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Online Appointments

Effective immediately, all IRP offices are open by online appointment.


To access schedule link please visit **Important Notice** IRP Office Schedules page or visit to book an appointment. 



Shreveport IRP Office - New Address

 Effective immediately, the Shreveport IRP Office has moved to a new location. 



       6005 Financial Plaza                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Shreveport, LA 71129



Submitting a CDL Medical Certificate to OMV

Here's How:


1.  Complete form MCSA-5876. Go to and enter MCSA-5876 in the search box to access the form. 


To avoid rejection, please complete the correct form (MCS-5876).  The form number is located in the top left-hand corner of the form.  The long-form physical (MCSA-5875) is not a substitute for the certificate and cannot be used. Also, ensure the medical examiner completes and signs the form.  The driver must also sign.


2. Properly submit to OMV 


Send your CDL Medical Certificate to OMV one of the following ways:

Fax:  225-925-3901




Mail:  Office of Motor Vehicles

          P.O. Box 64886

          Baton Rouge, LA 70896


3.  Check your Status Online


If you have submitted your CDL medical certificate and you wish to check its status, visit us on the web at  If you have additional questions, contact the CDL Helpdesk at 225-925-4195.

OMV Alerts CDL/CLP Customers to Verify Medical Certificates

The Louisiana Office of Motor Vehicles (OMV) is alerting commercial driver’s license (CDL) and commercial learner’s permit (CLP) customers to verify their medical certification status. CDL and CLP customers can confirm their medical status at Commercial drivers must have a current medical certification or variance in their possession at all times while operating a commercial motor vehicle.  

Customers can submit their medical examiner certificate to the Office of Motor Vehicles in the following ways:

1.     Email:
2.     Fax: 225-925-3901
3.     Mail: Office of Motor Vehicles, P.O. Box 64886, Baton Rouge, LA 70896 

Customers who recently received a letter from OMV with a notice date of February 23, 2021, or February 24, 2021, will not be marked “not medically certified” or “canceled” as stated in the letter. Those CDL and CLP customers will receive a new notice from OMV in the mail with updated deadlines and additional information. The Office of Motor Vehicles will notify customers 30 days prior to canceling their CDL status.

2023 UCR Payments

2024 UCR Registration will open on October 01, 2023, and can be completed on the UCR website:


Please access the link provided below for up-to-date UCR fees for 2024:


Enforcement for the 2024 registration year will begin January 1, 2024.  If you are not compliant with the UCR regulations, you may now be cited on the roadside.

Louisiana will deny IRP registration for any vehicle associated with a USDOT number that is not in compliance with 2024 UCR fees after 2024 enforcement begins.    


HVUT Proof of Payment Requirement

The 2022 - 2023 HVUT proof of payment (Form 2290 Schedule 1) will be accepted to process renewals or supplements until September 01, 2023.             September 05, 2023 will begin the requirement of the 2023-2024 HVUT proof of payment (Form 2290 Schedule 1). 

Form 2290 Schedule

The Form 2290 Schedule 1 must have a received, paid, or E-file stamp to be accepted.

VIN Numbers and 2290 Schedule

The VIN number(s) on the Form 2290 Schedule 1 must match the vehicle(s) being registered and must be in the owner’s name.

**Important Notice** ACT 314 - HB 369 Louisiana Trucking Research & Education Council

Effective August 01, 2019 under ACT 314 - HB 369 of the 2019 Legislative session - all trucks and trailers with a GVWR in excess of 23,999 lbs will imposed a surcharge of $15.00 for initial and annual registration to fund the Louisiana Trucking Research & Education Council. 

Please refer to link for additional information:

***Important FMCSA Update***

Please refer to the link below for an important customer update from FMCSA.

FMCSA FAQ - April 27th

**Important Notice** IRP Registration Expiration Extension

Please refer to highlighted Section 3:B.(6) in the Governor’s Proclamation which pertains to IRP.

State of Louisiana Proclamation Number JBE 2020 - 27 

IRP Payments

IRP payments can be made by cash, money orders, cashier’s check or certified check.  Credit card payments online will be accepted soon.

Louisiana Tow Truck Policy

Louisiana Tow Truck Policy - For more information please visit this link

FRP Updates

FRP PLAN AND DISTANCE - Beginning in 2015, IRP accounts with expiration date 12/31/14 and after will show all jurisdictions and provinces under the IRP plan on issued cab card(s).

All jurisdictions and provinces will be implementing the (FRP) FULL RECIPROCITY PLAN into their programming.

For more information about FRP please visit IRP Online Org website:

USDOT Number Updates

IMPORTANT-Effective March 2014 - USDOT Number updates are no longer required every 12 months. Bi-annual updates are required and can be processed online at:


Charter Busses

Charter buses engaged in interjurisdictional operation are subject to the requirements of the USDOT, International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA), and Unified Carrier Registration (UCR).

Charter Bus Exemption

Effective January 1, 2016 the IRP Plan removes the exemption for charter buses. All IRP jurisdictions will start registering charter buses if they travel interstate to other IRP jurisdictions.