How do you Submit Your DOT Medical Certificate to The North Carolina DMV?
This is one question that we are asked frequently; Now that I have my DOT medical certificate, how do I submit my DOT medical certificate to the North Carolina DMV? This question is asked by both CDL drivers and non CDL drivers in our Charlotte, NC DOT physical exam center. Our Charlotte chiropractor is a registered DOT medical examiner with the FMCSA. As a registered federal medical examiner, our chiropractic office will submit your medical exam and DOT medical certificate to the FMCSA for their records. The driver, is responsible for seeing that a copy of their DOT physical and DOT medical certificate are sent to and received by the DMV in North Carolina.
So how do you submit your NC DOT Medical Card to the North Carolina DMV?
Well, here are the tips provided by both the FMCSA and the DMV of NC for submitting your NC DOT medical card to the DMV in Raleigh NC. Both the CDL driver and the non CDL driver have several options to choose from in submitting your DOT medical card. You have a choice of either via traditional mail, email, fax or you may deliver the NC DOT physical and health card to the DMV personally.
You can mail your DOT medical certificate to the North Carolina DMV at the following address:
CDL Medical Certification Unit
3126 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-3126
You may also fax your NC DOT medical health card to 919-861-3915.
The DMV of NC also accepts submission of the NC medical card at email@example.com.
You may also hand deliver your DOT certificate to your local NCDMV office.
Please make sure that your DOT certificate is submitted promptly so there will be no action against you by the NCDMV with respect to either your cdl privileges, driving record. CDl holders may submit the cdl physical exams forms to the NC division of motor Vehicles in any North Carolina cities.
If you need an inexpensive DOT exam by a certified DOT medical examiner in Charlotte NC, you can call a chiropractic office near you at 704-541-7111, to obtain your medical examiners certificates for your commercial motor vehicles driving privileges.