Texas Drivers Applying fora Commercial Driver License A driver currently licensed in Texas must present their driver license, proof of their Social Security number (examples include actual Social Security card, health insurance card issued by governmental agencies, peace officer’s license issued by TCLEOSE, military identification card, DD, pilot’s license issued by FAA, certified college or university transcript, IRS form W Wage and Tax Statement, Form MISC, pay stub (stub must include name and SSN) and Medicare or Medicaid card. A facsimile flea market or metal Social Security card are not acceptable. Also they will be required to complete an application, a self-certifi- cation of medical status, and a Qualification Certification form (CDL-4, CDL-5, or CDL-10) to certify that they meet or are exempt from certain physical qualifications, along with any other necessary certification forms previously mentioned. All the information necessary to take and pass the required CDL tests is contained in the Texas Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver Handbook. If a Texas driver is upgrading from a Class C license to a higher class license, he will be required to take the Texas Commercial Rules Test. (See Section 14 of this handbook, page 14-1).