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CDL Examination Fees

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How much does a CDL exam cost? The answer to that question will depend on where in the country the exam is offered. Since there is no set market price for a commercial driver license examination, clinics and hospitals alike are free to set their own rates. Research into 2018 advertised fees shows the national average is $109, with Alaska and Hawaii being the most expensive on average at $170 and $156, respectively, and South Carolina and Georgia being the lowest at $82 and $80, respectively. The single lowest fee in the nation was $40, located in Nevada, and the most expensive came in at $289, located in Iowa.

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The following lists each state and their 2018 average CDL examination fee (excludes drug testing fee):

AL - $76 / AK - $170 / AR - $94 / AZ - $102 / CA - $116 / CO - $106 / CT - $95 / DE - $80 / FL - $89 / GA - $80 / HI - $156 / ID - $120 / IL - $102 / IN - $102 / IA - $134 / KS - $124 / KY - $97 / LA - $125 / ME - $107 / MD - $96 / MA - $87 / MI - $85 / MN - $125 / MS - $90 / MO - $95 / MT - $140 / ND - $141 / NE - $150 / NV - $83 / NH - $112 / NJ - $108 / NM - $109 / NY - $125 / NC - $112 / OH - $84 / OK - $100 / OR - $108 / PA - $103 / RI - $118 / SC - $82 / SD - $131 / TN - $86 / TX - $103 / UT - $115 / VT - $138 / VA - $109 / WA – 118 / WV - $100 / WI - $107 / WY - $126

Read more about charging for a CDL examination here: https://www.nrcmetraininginstitute.com/blogs/news/what-do-you-charge-for-a-dot-medical-exam

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