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Hazmat Endorsement Information
Prior to applying for or renewing a CDL license with a hazardous material endorsement, applicants must complete a background check application on-line or by phone. Click
to complete on-line or call 855-347-8371. (
You cannot complete the application at the TSA fingerprint site.)
After the application is complete, visit a
TSA fingerprint site
to submit your fingerprints. The TSA agent will forward your application and fingerprints to TSA and the FBI. TSA then notifies the applicant and Motor Vehicle of the results (TSA will only notify Motor Vehicle of "Yes/Issue" or "No/Don't Issue"). If the TSA results are "Yes/Issue", the applicant may then obtain a hazardous material endorsement on the CDL.
How Do I Check My Hazmat Status
to check your Hazmat status or call 855-347-8371
• For those individuals who wish to appeal TSA's decision or apply for a waiver, please call 855-347-8371 for more information
The Vets-2-Trucks program helps Colorado residences who are currently serving in the military, close to being discharged, or have been recently discharged
(within the last 90 days)
or a Colorado CDL. The Vets-2-Trucks program waives the drive skills testing requirement, but you are required to successfully pass the written exams.
Click here to view the
Application for Military CDL Skills Test Waiver
I Lost My CDL, How Do I Get It Back?
Revocation - you may be required to take both the regular and CDL written exams and drive skills tests after you reinstate.
Suspension - your CDL should go back to valid after you reinstate or you may purchase a duplicate CDL.
If your CDL expired (for less than 1 year) during the suspension, you will be required to renew it or downgrade to a regular license
If your CDL was canceled due to an unpaid ticket, you are required to purchase a new CDL
If your CDL was canceled for more than one year, you are required to take both regular and CDL written exams and drive skills tests after you reinstate
If your CDL was canceled due to an expired DOT medical, the license will go back to valid after the Department of Revenue receives your current DOT medical information
If your CDL expired (for less than 1 year) before you provided your current DOT medical, you will be required to renew it or downgrade to a regular license. For more information about DOT medical click
Will My CDL Transfer From Another State?
All valid (expired less than 1 year) out of state CDLs will transfer to Colorado. All endorsements with exception of the H, X, and S will also transfer. Out of state CDL permits
transfer and require retesting. For more information click
PO Box 173350
Denver, CO 80217
For general questions call 303-205-5694 or email
Where to Find a 3rd Party Tester
For a complete list of 3rd party CDL testing units, please click