Attention: Due to the COVID – 19 emergency, FMCSA has issued guidance that FMCSA will not take enforcement action against a CLP/CDL holder or a non-CDL driver operating a CMV with an expired CLP/CDL or driver’s license through August 31, 2021, or with an expired medical certificate meeting the following criteria: If the MEC expired on or after March 1, 2021, the MEC remains valid until August 31, 2021. To view the complete FMCSA Waiver and Enforcement Guidance, click on the following links:


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