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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 944 Pr Certification

Instructions and Help about Can Form 944 Pr Certification

Hi everyone, welcome to New England DOT Physicals. We're here today to talk about the self-certification CDL process. There's been a lot of confusion as to what it means to self-certify and how exactly to do it, so hopefully after watching this video, you'll understand the process a little bit more. I have a CDL self-certification form in my hand, and I'm going to go over exactly how you do it. Everyone always says, "Well, what does self-certification mean? Why do I have to do it?" There's a federal law which states that if you are a CDL holder, you have to show proof of your DoD medical card every time that it expires. So that's basically what the self-certification process is. We send your DoD medical card information into the federal government, but they do not talk to the state. That's why you have to do it on your own. This here is the self-certification form. It's pretty easy. On the table, you're basically just filling out your name and information. It's pretty self-explanatory. Underneath that is for different types of reasons or what kind of driver you are, actually. So I'm going to go over those with you right now. I'm going to start with the first one, which is "NI" meaning that you drive interstate. Most people should be checking off "NI." The next one is "I" which means you can drive anywhere in the entire US with your medical card. I'm going to skip down to the third one, which is "non-exempted intrastate." This is where people get really confused. "Intra" means within. So, if you're checking this off, you're basically stating that you only drive within the state of your license. You wouldn't really want to do that unless you have several restrictions on your license. For example, if...