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Useful information on obtaining, renewing, and transferring a Commercial Driver's License (CDL).
In order to maintain a CDL and CDIP, commercial drivers must provide the DMV with a Medical Examiner's Certificate from a certified medical examiner.
Learn how the State of Connecticut DMV enforces commercial vehicle safety.
The state's commercial driver's manual is available to read or download from the site.
A DOT Number is required and serves as a unique identifier when collecting and monitoring a company's safety information.
Connecticut is a member of the International Registration Plan (IRP). Motor vehicles registered in Connecticut that travel through other IRP districts, such as US states and Canadian provinces. Find IRP information here.
Drivers can obtain credentials and conduct transactions related to fuel taxes, international registration and oversize and overweight permits.
How to obtain a commercial registration.
Procedures for applying for taxi, livery and moving companies; transferring permits, record keeping and information about fares.
Connecticut Interstate 95, 91, and 84 as well as some State highways (Routes 2, 8, 9, and 72) are equipped with traffic cameras. Locate and view live images from these cameras.
Cancel vehicle registration and license plates online through the DMV Online Self-Service.
Find information on directions and hours for DMV offices throughout Connecticut.