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Archive | February, 2015

How truckers figure into a bold plan to upgrade New York City transportation: Land Line Magazine

How truckers figure into a bold plan to upgrade New York City transportation: Land Line Magazine. Randolph Rosarion · Works at Sands Point Medical Rehab  It’s expensive already to live in NYC, low middle or high income, most of us would not welcome additional tolls in bridges that have been toll free way before our […]

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Things to remember for your DOT Physical.

1.  You must see a certified doctor listed in the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners NRCME. It’s the law and all the States are following the new Federal requirements, as far as I know.  if you see a doctor who is not listed in the NRCME a.k.a. ” Not Certified”, your medical examiner’s certificate […]

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391.62 Exempt Intracity Zone

Originally posted on DOT FMCSA-FAA-USCG-Rules-Regulations| Randolph Rosarion M.D.:
…and while we’re at it let’s talk again about 391.64, since both 391.62 and 391.64 can be a source of confusion. We saw in an earlier post that when filling out the medical examiner’s certificate certain boxes can confuse medical examiners, drivers, and motor carriers.  The…

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The Federal Vision Exemption Program-New Proposed Changes and Distinction from 49 CFR 391.64

Originally posted on DOT FMCSA-FAA-USCG-Rules-Regulations| Randolph Rosarion M.D.:
Federal Vision Exemption Program:  The current Vision Exemption Program was established in 1998.  It was preceded by the Vision Waiver Program of 1992.  The criteria used to determine commercial driver eligibility, as well as the condition and reporting standard that must be met by drivers approved…

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