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Commercial Vehicles and Commercial Driver Licenses

Tips for Getting Your Commercial Driver License

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When it comes to renewing a commercial driver license, having the right documents can save applicants time and trouble.

Commercial driver licenses, which are valid for five years, must be renewed at one of 13 Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division commercial driver license offices around the state. When a commercial driver comes in without the proper documentation, he or she will have to come back and risk the license expiring before it can be renewed.

To renew an Arizona commercial driver license, drivers must bring the following documents:

  • Current Arizona commercial driver license
  • A document establishing citizenship or legal presence such as a
    certified birth certificate, unexpired U.S. passport or permanent resident
    card
  • Social Security card
  • Medical examiner certificate
  • Proof of residency in Arizona such as a bank statement, utility bill
    or Arizona voter registration card

A full list of acceptable documents can be found on the ADOT website, azdot.gov

ADOT Commercial Driver License (CDL) Resource Links

CDL Information

CDL Application

CDL Manual

CDL Medical Status Verification

 

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