Hey guys, new to the forum. Been driving for 3 years, so I guess I'm still pretty green behind the ears? Idk, I've driven everything thus far from OTR to local to dedicated. Van, flatbed, reefer. All lengths and pretty much everything but tanker. My question is about meds. I recently got put on Buprenorphine and Diazepam. These two medications have changed my life, even saved it. My doctor agrees. I cannot go off of them. But trucking is my life... I know DOT and FMCSA law, and I know these things can be on a case by case basis. So, with that said, I'm going this week to renew my medical card and tell them about the meds. I even have a letter from my doctor stating that I am under her care, have been med compliant, and that the medications in no way impede my ability to drive. My question is, if I bring this letter to the DOT physical doc, will he/she still pass me? What can I do to increase my chances? My medications and my Class A are my lifelines. I can't live without either. Is there any particular kind of DOT doc/clinic I'd have better luck with. Please help! Any answers/input are appreciated. You can even email me at [email protected]. Thanks, y'all. Have a safe shift, and hammer down!