Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) jennifer griffin 2017-08-31T11:29:10+00:00
Commercial driver’s license (CDL) applicants must have a Medical Examiner’s Certificate (also known as a “physical” card) from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet before they can test for a CDL. Every CDL applicant must have an application and a self-certification form on file before a permit or license can be issued. The Commercial Application (CAP) will display on the applicant’s driving record.
As of April 20, 2016, the updated federal forms are ONLY available online.
For the new Medical Examination Report Form, click HERE.
For the new Medical Examiner’s Certificate, click HERE.
New applicants must pass the vision and written tests to receive a permit. The applicant must have the permit for 14 days before a road test can be scheduled. To schedule a road test, contact the Kentucky State Police Skills Department at 800-542-5990.
Hazmat drivers must have a new Transportation Security Administration application on file every four years. Hazmat drivers will be required to retest on hazardous endorsements and apply with the Kentucky State Police for finger printing. Hazmat drivers are required to test every 2 years. Call the Kentucky State Police at (888) 655-9655 for more information.
Forms are also available online at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet website by clicking HERE.
Commercial drivers must now submit their medical certifications, self-certifications and commercial applications through a new KYTC website, MyCLD. We will no longer accept any documents submitted through fax and/or e-mail.
First-time users will need to create a Kentucky Business One Stop (KBOS) account, if they don’t already have one. This account creation is a one-time requirement. They will use the same user ID and password each time they log into their KBOS account. By submitting documents through the CDL website, they will receive an immediate confirmation email that the document(s) are received and another email when the CDLIS driving record has been updated.
Note: CDL holders may continue to submit documents via email or fax through Oct. 1, 2017, at which time the DDL will institute My CDL as the sole method of accepting paperwork electronically.