ATLANTA (AP) -- The Georgia Department of Driver Services says it's reaching out to commercial drivers whose federal medical certifications are past due.<br />
Officials say more than 25,000 Georgia commercial drivers still need to complete their federal medical clearances within 60 days or risk having their commercial drivers' licenses disqualified and canceled.<br />
Department officials say 92 percent of more than 314,300 Georgia commercial drivers have completed the new medical certification process by Jan. 30, 2014.
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