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Find DOT Exam Locations

Professional drivers have been getting DOT and CDL medical exams for a long time but only recently have the standards called for the providers of those exams to be certified. This certification process reduced the number of medical providers that perform DOT and CDL exams from over 440,000 to just over 40,000. Consumers need easy to access information that provides the means and opportunity for these busy professionals to get their exams, know what their options are and to provide feedback on their experience. DOT and CDL exams are provided at a varying set of medical venues, including traditional DOT and CDL Exam locations, retail clinics, occupational medicine providers and primary care offices that operate by appointment and see walk-ins. The problem is most of these clinics are owned and operated by individuals, small physician groups and other independent operators making them difficult to find and obtain trusted information about. Our job is to make that easier on the patients that need them. Through our free online service, healthcare consumers are able to quickly search, sort and find DOT and CDL medical exam providers from our directory of over 40,000. But we don't stop there. We’ve painstakingly verified nearly all of the information presented on the site, are constantly adding new information and detail on each location and have given you - the consumer - the ability to rate and review each location based on your experience.

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Illinois DMV Information & Resources

Illinois DMV Services

The Secretary of State oversees driver and vehicle services in the state of Illinois. You can visit a Secretary of State facility if you need a new driver’s license, title, or anything else related to vehicle or driver services. These facilities are all across the state of Illinois. Simply use the online facility finder to find the one that is located closest to you. You will also see a list of services provided by that facility, along with the hours of operation.

Accessing the DMV Online

If you prefer to stay at home, you can use the online services. These services are available seven days a week, 24 hours a day. You can accomplish various tasks online.

Online services include:

  • New titles and registrations
  • License plate renewal
  • Driver’s license reinstatement
  • Mileage reporting
  • Address changes

You can also use the online service to schedule CDL appointments.

Real ID

The Secretary of State now issues driver’s licenses and ID cards that meet federal Real ID requirements. Real ID protects people from identity theft and fraud. These IDs will also allow residents to board planes and enter federal facilities once registrations go into effect in 2020. People who do not have these IDs won’t be able to fly or enter federal facilities until they switch over to IDs with Real ID.

Get Renewal Notices Through the Email

The Secretary of State offers renewal notices through email. If you sign up for this service, the SOS will email you whenever you are up for a renewal. This is convenient and environmentally friendly. You can cut down on the amount of paper that the state uses, all while getting your renewal notices conveniently sent to your email address.

Contact Information

If you have a question or concern, you can contact the Illinois DMV through the mail or over the phone. Use the appropriate contact information when reaching out to driver or vehicle services.

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South Holland CDL Secretary of State Office in South Holland, Illinois

Popularity:#12 of 17 DMVs in Cook County#75 of 121 DMVs in Illinois#3,100 in DMVs

South Holland CDL Secretary of State Office Contact Information

Address, Phone Number, and Hours for South Holland CDL Secretary of State Office, a DMV, at West 162nd Street, South Holland IL.

Name
South Holland CDL Secretary of State Office
Address
41 West 162nd Street
South Holland, Illinois, 60473
Phone
312-793-1010
Hours
Monday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM, Tuesday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM, Wednesday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM, Thursday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM, Friday: 8:00AM - 5:00PM

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About the South Holland CDL Secretary of State Office

The South Holland CDL Secretary of State Office, located in South Holland, IL, is a government agency that issues driver's licenses and offers other motor vehicle services. Also called a Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV), the office's services include administering vehicle titling and registration, enforcing Illinois emissions requirements, and issuing special parking permits. The office also issues IDs for non-drivers that act as valid Illinois photo identification.

Interested parties may contact the DMV/BMV for questions about:
  • How to get an Illinois driver's license
  • Renewing Illinois driver's licenses
  • Scheduling driving permit and road tests
  • Making a South Holland DMV appointment
  • Registering a motor vehicle
  • Hours of operation

South Holland Motor Vehicle Statistics

Find South Holland Vehicles Available by Household Status and Number of Vehicles per Household. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.

 South HollandCook County
Total Vehicles13,1202,750,837
Owner Occupied Households Vehicles11,3211,953,937
Renter Occupied Households Vehicles1,799796,900
 South HollandCook County
No Vehicle Available306 (4.2%)347,470 (17.7%)
1 Vehicle Available2,606 (36.1%)794,734 (40.5%)
2 Vehicles Available2,887 (2,887.0%)590,946 (590,946.0%)
3 or More Vehicles available1,420 (19.7%)229,920 (11.7%)
Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/south-holland-cdl-secretary-of-state-office-south-holland-il-33e/
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Renewing Your CDL in Illinois

How to Renew an IL CDL

The process for renewing your CDL differs slightly based on age. Regardless of your age, and once the renewal process is complete, you’ll get a temporary license to use while your card is processed and mailed to your address.

To renew your Illinois CDL, no matter your age, you’ll need to:

  • Pass any required CDL testing (if your renewal notice says you must). This could include a:
    • Vision exam.
    • Basic autowritten exam.
    • CDL general and endorsement knowledge tests (such as HAZMAT).
    • Motorcycle test for Class L and Class M license renewal.
  • Provide documents proving your legal presence. The SOS website has a complete list of acceptable documents.
  • Pay the $60 renewal fee.
    • If you have a Class M or L license, an additional $5 renewal fee will apply.

When you’re ready, submit your items and take your test(s) at your local SOS office.

CDL Renewal Age Qualifiers

If you are 75 years old or older, first you’ll have to make an appointment* to take and pass a:

  • Pre-trip test.
  • Skills exam.
    AND/OR
  • Drive test.

Make sure that you take any tests needed in the same class of vehicle your CDL indicates.

You can prepare for your test by downloading the Illinois Commercial Driver’s License Study Guide (Form DSD CDL 10) and studying the:

  • Pre-Trip Inspection section.
  • Skill Maneuvers section.
  • Driving Road Test section.

*Schedule your appointment online or by calling (217) 785-3013 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Sours: https://www.dmv.org/il-illinois/renew-cdl.php

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Driver’s license facilities in Illinois have been closed since mid-November, and due to the surge in coronavirus cases they’ll remain closed through at least Jan. 4 (most of them anyway — there are exceptions).

What does the temporary closure mean if your state ID or license has expired? Will TSA agents turn you away from the airport gate? 

What if you’re a new driver who’s been waiting to get a driver’s license for the first time? 

If DMVs are closed, do you still need to have a current state sticker on your license plate? What about a city sticker?

Navigating a pandemic is difficult. Navigating the rules of the (paperwork) road on top of the pandemic is confusing.

We’ve got your road map.


1. Your expired license probably isn’t actually expired.

Given the frequent closures of state drivers facilities, and the inability (or unwillingness) for some people to visit them, Illinois has extended the deadline for updating your license or state identification card.

As long as they weren’t already expired before the pandemic, they’re automatically good through next May.

“Everyone with a driver’s license or an ID card that on its face currently looks expired or will be expiring soon actually has an expiration date moved up to June 1 of 2021,” Illinois Secretary of State’s office spokesman Henry Haupt said. 

2. Who can renew an ‘expired’ license online? Most people can, but not everyone.

Even with state facilities closed, most people can still get their license or ID renewed by visiting www.cyberdriveillinois.com

Because of COVID-19, the office of Secretary of State Jesse White has expanded online renewal options.

“If all you really need is to take the vision screening. The majority of those individuals will be allowed to renew their driver’s license online,” Haupt said. “We encourage people to take advantage of that and do their business with our office from the comfort of their own home. And if you do renew online you won’t have to stand in a line at a facility when they reopen.”

But not everyone has that option, including those with unsafe driving records, who are driving on a suspended license; and those who haven’t physically visited a DMV in awhile. “Someone who has not had a photo in eight years, you’re required to come in to get a new photo. That’s basically a fraud issue, we want to have fairly recent photos of individuals,” Haupt said.

3. What about state license plate stickers?

Most people should also be able to get a fresh license plate sticker online, too.

Illinois had temporarily let renewals slide because of the coronavirus, but that amnesty program ended in November.

The sticker will cost at least $151; the fee went up by $100 for most vehicles in 2020 in order to pay for infrastructure upgrades statewide.

Late on renewing the sticker? Haupt has a tip:

Renew online and print your receipt. That’s good for 30 days (while your sticker order is being processed and mailed) should you be caught driving or parked for having an expired sticker on your back plate.

To renew online, you’ll need a registration ID and a PIN number (something Haupt said most people keep in their glove compartment).

Uneasy about renewing online or want that sticker in hand right away?

Illinois does have seven drive-thru facilities open strictly for sticker renewals. Haupt said the locations were chosen specifically because they’re set up for drive-thrus.

Those locations:

—Chicago North, 5401 N. Elston Ave.

—Chicago South, 9901 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

—Chicago West, 5301 W. Lexington St.

—Danville/Tilton, #5 Southgate

—Macomb, 466 Deer Rd.

—Rockford-Central, 3720 E. State St.

—Springfield, Dirksen 2701 S. Dirksen Parkway

4. What about vehicle emissions permissions?

If your car is due for an emissions test, you have to have proof of passing it before you can get a license plate sticker renewed, whether you get it online or at a drive-thru site, with rare exceptions.

“People who are required by Illinois EPA to pass an emissions test before renewing their license plate sticker, but who are in high-risk categories for complications with COVID-19, may call the secretary of state’s (office) at 217-782-2285 to renew their license plate sticker by phone,” Haupt said.

5. Some drivers facilities are still open to serve truckers.

DMVs are set to reopen Jan. 5, but Haupt said Secretary of State White is monitoring the coronavirus situation and consults the state public health department.

The priority, Haupt said, it keeping secretary of state staff and customers safe.

But certain facilities remain open for specific populations: truck drivers and new drivers.

Some 18 driver’s license locations throughout Illinois that serve truckers have not closed, as they are catering to those who need a current Commercial Drivers License to transport goods on the nation’s highways and byways.

“Secretary White fully understands the importance of the trucking industries’ ability to move goods and services throughout the state and throughout the country,” Haupt said.

It’s a big issue, and not just in Illinois.

A national trucking association has complained about a lack of options; according to a media release from the Commercial Vehicle Training Association: “Nationally, the industry is already running with a driver deficit of about 60,000 and now 25,000 - 40,000 drivers that need to be trained and licensed are still in limbo. Additionally, Pre-COVID-19, DMVs didn’t have enough manpower or locations to handle the demand for skills testing, leading to an annual $1.5 billion economic loss to our economy and a major problem. This problem is expected to be far worse post COVID-19. The lack of enough open DMV facilities in the state will likely make the problem worse.”

The locations serving CDL applicants are:

—Bradley, 1111 Blatt St.

—Charleston, 1010 E. St.

—Danville/Tilton, #5 Southgate

—DeKalb, 1360 Oakwood St.

—Elk Grove Village, 650 Roppolo Drive

—Marion, 1905 Rendleman St.

—Mascoutah, 9221 Beller Drive

—Moline/Silvis, 2001 Fifth St., Ste. #10

—Olney, 1302 S. West St.

—Peoria, 3311 N. Sterling Ave., #12

—Princeton, 225 Backbone Road East

—Quincy, 2512 Locust St.

—Rantoul, 421 S. Murray Road

—Rockford, 4734 Baxter Road

—Salem, 1375 W. Whittaker St.

—South Holland, 41 W. 162nd St.

—Springfield, 2701 S. Dirksen Pkwy.

—West Chicago, 1280 Powis Road

6. New drivers can still get licenses.

Teenagers eager to get behind the wheel sans supervision need not be deterred by a global pandemic. Certain facilities are open exclusively so they can get licenses for the first time.

“The vast majority of them (new driver’s license applicants) have already gone through driver’s education, they took the driving test through their school. The vast majority of teens don’t even need to take a drive test at a facility,” Haupt said. “All they will simply need is to provide their paperwork and then have their photo taken and then have their driver’s license mailed to them.”

Safety precautions are in place.

Secretary of state employees at drivers facilities are behind plexiglass, and some booths are closed for social distancing purposes.

Customers and workers must wear face coverings, and single-use plastic sheets cover the seats for behind-the-wheel exams.

Locations for first-time drivers are:

—Bradley, 1111 Blatt St.

—Charleston, 1010 E. St.

—Chicago North, 5401 N. Elston Ave.

—Chicago South, 9901 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

—Danville/Tilton, #5 Southgate

—DeKalb, 1360 Oakwood St.

—Marion, 1905 Rendleman St.

—Mascoutah, 9221 Beller Drive

—Moline/Silvis, 2001 Fifth St., Ste. #10

—Olney, 1302 S. West St.

—Peoria, 3311 N. Sterling Ave., #12

—Princeton, 225 Backbone Road East

—Quincy, 2512 Locust St.

—Rantoul, 421 S. Murray Road

—Rockford, 4734 Baxter Road

—Salem, 1375 W. Whittaker St.

—Springfield, 2701 S. Dirksen Pkwy.

Per the secretary of state’s office: “Chicago North and Chicago South facilities will be open for new drivers only Tuesday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The other facilities listed above will operate under normal hours.”

7. Pandemic or not, city parking, sticker requirements are in effect.

The annual state sticker required on the back license plate is not the same as the annual sticker that Chicago requires its residents to affix to their front window.

While early in the pandemic Chicago temporarily offered late fee waivers for city stickers, and went easy on some parking rules, those amnesty periods are over.

More parking rules are in effect, including the winter snow ban parking rules.

So, if you’re in the city, you have to pay the meter (or use your smart phone app to pay). Want another tip? Paying by app puts more money into the city’s coffers versus the private company that leased the meters under former Mayor Richard M. Daley.

And if you live in Chicago, you need to have a current city sticker, which can be purchased at various locations including these official Chicago City Clerk locations, with updated COVID-19 procedures in place:

—City Hall Office, 121 North LaSalle St. Room 107 

Mon – Fri: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sat – Sun: Closed 

—North Side Satellite Office, 5430 West Gale St.

Mon – Fri: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sat – Sun: Closed 

—South Side Satellite Office, 5672 South Archer Ave.

Mon – Fri: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sat – Sun: Closed 

A spokesperson for City Clerk Anna Valencia said the office offers “senior hours at our satellite locations on the last Tuesday of every month.”

There’s also the option to buy a city sticker online.

8. Hurry up and pay overdue tolls.

There are no employees staffing toll booths; due to the coronavirus, the tollway is all electronic for the foreseeable future.

That may not mean much to those who have an I-PASS or E-ZPass, but if you don’t have such a device and don’t have coins to drop into a tollbooth basket, drivers have seven days to visit www.illinoistollway.com to pay missed tolls.

Notice to drivers who incurred toll violations, even before the world shuddered at the novel coronavirus: Now’s your chance to knock a lot of money off that tab.

Through the end of the year, drivers who owe hefty fines for unpaid, overdue toll violations can pay them with just a $3 fee per unpaid toll, versus fines of $20 or $50 per toll.

But that relief deal ends when 2020 comes to a close.

9. Is an expired ID still good outside Illinois?

The coronavirus is a phenomenon.

Secretary of state spokesman Haupt assured WTTW News that the office had alerted all law enforcement in Illinois and nationwide about the state’s extension for licenses and IDs.

So if you do travel by air, TSA agents may give you a warning to get your identification up to date, but they must accept it.

The feds have pushed back their own ID deadline; anyone wanting to travel by plane without a passport has until October 2021 to get a REAL ID.

10. Have input on Illinois’ roadways?

The Illinois Department of Transportation is soliciting feedback from travelers on road conditions, snow removal and your daily commute pattern.

IDOT’s annual survey (in conjunction with the University of Illinois at Springfield) is seeking input through December. (You can also go here for information.)

“Information allows us to better understand travel habits as well as areas where we’re doing a good job and those that may need improvements,” acting Illinois Transportation Secretary Omer Osman said in a media release. “We represent and try to meet the best interests of all Illinois citizens and individual travelers and in an effort to help us continue to provide the best service, please take a few minutes to complete the survey.”

Go here to see past data from the survey.

Follow Amanda Vinicky on Twitter: @AmandaVinicky


Sours: https://news.wttw.com/2020/12/07/illinois-drivers-license-facilities-are-closed-what-now
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How To Find Illinois CDL Permit Test Locations

If you want to become a heavy-vehicle driver in Illinois, you will have to take the CDL test. We can tell you where you can take the test and how to best prepare for it.

It doesn’t matter what part of the Prairie State you live in—you will undoubtedly be able to find a commercial driver’s license test location in your vicinity. We can help you with that process and tell you how to get ready for the test!

What Is the Illinois CDL Driving Test?

Illinois CDL driving test is a mandatory step in acquiring a commercial driver’s license in this state. It is similar to any other test you need to take to be able to drive heavy vehicles such as:

  • Road trains
  • Semi-trailers
  • Vehicle carriers
  • Agricultural vehicles
  • Passenger buses
  • B-double freight trucks
  • Some special purpose vehicles

As with most CDL knowledge tests, the one in Illinois includes 50 questions, and you need to know the correct answer to 40 of them. The questions are multiple-choice, which is good but shouldn’t be taken lightly. A significant percentage of people (60%) fail when they sit for the test the first time.

If you fail the test in Illinois, you will have to wait a while to retake it. You will also need to pay the fee each time, and no one wants to waste money.

What Are the Illinois CDL Test Locations?

You will be able to find CDL facility locations in Illinois without trouble. Here’s a table that shows what options are available:

Type of Facility ServiceIllinois Area

CDL Services Only

  • Elk Grove Village (closed at the moment)
  • South Holland (closed at the moment)
  • West Chicago (1280 Powis Rd., West Chicago, IL 60185)

CDL and First-Time Driver Services

  • Bradley (1111 Blatt, Bradley, IL 60915)
  • Charleston (1010 ‘E’ St., Charleston, IL 61920)
  • Dekalb (1360 Oakwood St., Dekalb, IL 60115)
  • Marion (1905 Rendleman St., Marion, IL 62959)
  • Quincy (2512 Locust St., Quincy, IL 62301)
  • Rantoul (421 S. Murray Rd., Rantoul, IL 61866)
  • Rockford CDL (4734 Baxter Rd., Rockford, IL 61109)
  • Salem (1375 W. Whittaker, Salem, IL 62881)
  • Mascoutah (9221 Beller Dr., Mascoutah, IL 62959)
  • Moline/Silvis (Twin Oaks Shopping Centre, 2001 Fifth St., Ste. 10, Silvis, IL 61282)
  • Olney (1302 S. West St., R.R.1, Olney, IL 6)
  • Peoria (Sterling Bazaar Shopping Plaza, 3311 N. Sterling Ave. #12)
  • Princeton (225 Backbone Rd. East, Princeton, IL 61356)

CDL, First-Time Driver Services and Drive-Through Vehicle Sticker Sales

  • Tilton (5 Southgate Dr., Tilton, IL 61833)

First-Time Driver Services and Drive-Through Vehicle Sticker Sales ONLY

  • Chicago South (9901 S. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr., Chicago, IL 60628)
  • Chicago North (5401 N. Elston Ave., Chicago, IL 60630)

Drive-Through Vehicle Sticker Sales ONLY

  • Rockford Central (3720 E. State St., Rockford, IL 61108)
  • Macomb (466 Deer Rd., Macomb, IL 61455)

How Can You Prepare for the Illinois CDL Driving Test?

Finding a test location won’t be of much use if you show up to the test unprepared. There are a couple of ways to ensure you get the results you want, but all of them require you to study.

The first item you’ll need is the Illinois CDL study guide. You should read it as many times as possible and see what CDL is all about. Nobody expects you to remember everything you find in this book, and you shouldn’t worry. 

Other techniques will come in handy. Practice tests are the study technique that will help you lock in the knowledge and experience what the real test will be like. Be wary of free tests available online—they might not be updated regularly and have only a certain amount of questions available.

If you don’t want to risk not getting the best results, use DoNotPay’s practice tests, and have peace of mind when you get to the CDL test location.

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DoNotPay’s comprehensive database consists of numerous question combinations you can get on your Illinois CDL knowledge test. If you wish to get prepared for the real deal with our app, you only need to perform these simple steps:

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  3. Pick the test you want to get ready for
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  5. Begin completing the test

You may retry incorrect questions right away or see the results and then retake the entire test.

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Drivers and the ones looking to get behind the wheel for the first time can find all the practice tests if they open our app in a web browser. No need to look for tests in specific states—we have it all in one place:

If you want to know the secret on how to pass the written driving test or schedule an appointment for your test, you can turn to DoNotPay for help. 

In addition to these helpful driving features, DoNotPay thought of other government-issued licenses and the tests you need to take to obtain them. Practice for the following tests on our app end ensure the passing grade:

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