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Interim Annual License Anniversary Date Drug Test Information

For your convenience, a list of Yellow Taxicab and For-Hire Vehicle Drivers and the date by which they are required to take their interim annual drug test, and the dates during which the drug test must be taken , is now available on the web site. According to TLC Rules an interim annual drug test can NOT be taken more than 30 days prior to their renewal license being one (1) year old.

We have prepared this list to help you understand when you are required to take your Interim Annual Drug Test.  On the list, you will see the date of your last drug test, your license expiration date, and the time period during which you are required to take your interim annual drug test.
 
All Yellow taxicab and For-hire vehicle drivers MUST take and pass a drug test EVERY YEAR in order to keep their license current and valid.  You must take and pass your drug test no more than thirty (30) days before your license is one (1) year old.  Tests taken earlier will not be accepted.  Tests taken after could result in an immediate suspension and a $200 penalty.

For additional information on the interim annual drug test requirements and for instructions on how to schedule your drug test, please click here.

You may also visit our Licensing Frequently Asked Questions page where you will find answers to questions you may have regarding drug test requirements and a variety of other topics. Please click here.

To check\confirm the date by which you are required to take your Interim Annual Drug Test please click on one of the following links listed below: 

Yellow Taxicab interim Drug test list
For-Hire Vehicle interim Drug Test list

NOTE: If you have decided NOT to continue with your license you MUST surrender it immediately to the TLC.  Failure to surrender your license could subject you to fines and penalties that will impact your ability to file a new application at a later date should you decide to obtain a new license.