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What is the CDL drug and alcohol clearinghouse (clearinghouse)?

The Federal Motor Carrier Administration (FMCSA) established the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse (Clearinghouse). This new database contains information pertaining to violations of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) controlled substances (drug) and alcohol testing program for holders of CDLs.

What do drivers need to know about the clearinghouse?

What do Driver’s Need to Know? The identifying information for a driver in the Clearinghouse shall be the CDL driver’s license number and the state of issue, not the social security number or employee ID number.

How do I login to the clearinghouse?

The Clearinghouse requires authentication, via a login.gov username and password, to access records. Login.gov, a shared service which offers secure online access to participating government systems, also requires the completion of a user verification process to ensure the proper person is using those credentials.

How do I link my clearinghouse account to the National Driver Register?

Once you have the Clearinghouse Portal user role, go to My Dashboard > My Profile and select ”Add USDOT #.” Follow the system instructions to link your Portal account. Will any information from the Clearinghouse appear in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s National Driver Register?
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