Are you a Utah business owner? Being located in Salt Lake City, we get quite a few calls from local business owners asking whether or not they, or their employees, need a DOT medical card. UDOT Driver Qualification Rules Here is a brief summary of the Utah Department of Transportation driver qualification rules: Operates a […]
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Welcome Commercial Drivers!
Kenn Seals here at ChiroStop. Most drivers just call me "Doc". I've been here at Sapp Bros. truck stop working with commercial drivers for more than 10 years so I understand the importance of the DOT Physical exam for your livelihood and the importance of your health for your life.
We do our best to make the DOT Physical exam as hassle free as possible for you, and make it as simple as these 3 steps:
Step 1: Brief Health History
Step 2: Medical Examination
Step 3: Complete Long Form and Medical Card
We trust you'll find answers to your questions here. Visit this site often for updates on ways to stay healthy and tips to prepare for your next DOT Physical.
Be well! Doc Kenn.
Amenities at Sapp Bros. T.S.
Sapp Bros. - ATM, Burger King, Chiropractic, Dentist, DOT Physicals, DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing, Idleaire, Laundry Room, Load Board, Private Bathtubs, Private Showers, Restaurant 24-hour, Parking for 135 trucks, Service & Lube, Sinclair Fuel, Theatre / TV Lounge, UPS & Fedex Dropbox, Wireless Internet
What Drivers Are Saying
"I'm an OTR driver and know that I can get fuel, park my truck and have my DOT medical card recertified, right here at the truck-stop. What a life and time saver, walkin and 'get r done' Thanks for being here for us Doc." - Bret L., OTR driver Wisconsin
"I'm a local driver, I can grab a quick bite to eat and get my DOT medical card all right here at Sapp Brothers truck-stop. Plenty convenient for me." - Dane S., Salt Lake City areaAll posts tagged DOT medical cardPosted by Doc on November 3, 2010
Yes, it does happen. Occasionally we get a driver who is unable to pass the DOT required physical exam. I recently had a woman driver come in for her DOT medical card and she failed her examination with flying colors. Her blood pressure was 190 over 120. Yet she had no symptoms of high blood […]Posted by Doc on October 31, 2010