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DOT Drug Testing

Affordable Rapid Testing is here to assist with all DOT  Drug Testing needs. Whether getting tested for DOT Testing,  you can schedule an appointment online or walk-in and get tested. We are DOT Testing and DHHS Testing Urine Specimen collector certified. For any additional questions or information, please call us at (480) 351-1880.

★ Please call if you need DOT testing as we can get you DOT testing as needed!

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DOT Drug Testing in Phoenix, & Scottsdale in Arizona

For DOT DrugTesting with Breath Alcohol Testing

DOT Drug Testing made rapid, easy, and affordable

View our specific DOT drug testing and Non-DOT drug testing options below.

DOT Drug Panel $95

We offer DOT Drug Testing for drugs requaried by DOT with results delivered same day on negative, 1 to 2 days for confirmation on positives after testing.

Personnel are DHHS & DOT-qualified.

★ Call to book your DOT Test

DOT Drug panel + Breath Alcohol Testing $150

We offer DOT Drug Testing and Breath Alcohol Testing for drugs requaried by DOT with results delivered same day on negative, 1 to 2 days for confirmation on positives after testing.

Personnel are DHHS & DOT-qualified.

★ Call to book your DOT Test

DOT Drug Testing for All Your DOT Compliance Needs

Employers must provide a safe working environment for their employees. Employers are required by the Occupational Safety and Health Act to provide a workplace free of recognized hazards and to comply with OSHA standards, rules, and regulations.

Employee drug and alcohol abuse are one of the most well-known safety concerns for employers. Work-related injuries, including those caused by drug and alcohol abuse, have a wide-ranging impact on businesses. They can result in OSHA inspections/violations, higher worker’s compensation insurance premiums, lower employee morale, and a life-changing impact on the employee and their family.

So, if you work for one of the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) six safety-sensitive agencies and you have employees under you, you must conduct DOT-compliant drug testing on all Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) holders. The six safety-sensitive agencies are as follows:

  • The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
  • FMCSA stands for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
  • The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration are all federal agencies (PHMSA)
  • Coast Guard of the United States (USCG)


Others who must maintain DOT compliance include private and for-hire motor carriers, churches, civic organizations, and federal, state, and local government entities.

For you and your staff to stay in compliance with all relevant rules and regulations, Affordable Rapid Testing provides certified DOT drug testing services. The DOT drug testing process can be made straightforward with our assistance. We are certified to conduct both DOT urine collection and BAT (Breath Alcohol Testing).

As always, we make an effort to deliver the result as quickly and accurately as we can, all while maintaining some of the most competitive prices available.

Getting an accurate diagnosis can be one of the most impactful experiences that you can have — especially if you’ve been in search of that answer for a while. We can help you get there. 

Do you need DOT drug testing services in Phoenix, Arizona? Need assistance with DOT protocol instruction? Find out how we can help you by calling Affordable Rapid Testing at 480-351-1880 or visiting a location close to you!

Onboarding Process

Register for DOT Drug Testing by entering your name, date of birth, the test of your choice, and other relevant details. Make sure all details are correct since you will need them to access your results.

Get Results Via Email

We not only care for your health and well-being but also respect your privacy. Your DOT drug test reports are QR code-protected and delivered via email.

Guaranteed Timeframe

We stand by our commitment to deliver results within the stipulated time frame. With us, you can rest assured that you get your test reports on time!

Book Your Appointment

Call us or book an appointment online at our Scottsdale and Phoenix labs. Our Phoenix labs are only 4 & 15 minutes away from the airport. So, you can quickly get tested and get going!

Opening Hours

Affordable DOT Drug Testing

Drive-Thru DOT Drug Testing

Come visit us at one of our four locations across the valley. Appointments can be scheduled online, however walk-ins are welcome as well.

Organization & Business Testing

Need our DOT Drug Testing services for a large group but are unable to reach our lab? Worry not! Our mobile testing vehicles can be dispatched to any location in the valley. Unlimited patients at the same appointment time with our Mobile Testing Service (travel fee $100) in Metropolitan Phoenix Area.

On-site DOT Drug Testing for Schools & Colleges

Our onsite drug testing services are customized for schools and colleges to ensure classroom and campus safety.

Frequently Asked Questions

We offer multiple types of Dot drug testing. We test for all major and pharmaceuticals. Call for Details.

If your employer is asking you to get a Dot drug testing, we are here to help you with that. Make an appointment or walk in at any of our locations for our services.

If you need a drug test for health or other reasons, please make an appointment or
walk into one of our locations and we would be happy to help you.

Our Dot drug testing results will be delivered to your email within an hour.

People with Gmail sometimes don’t realize their mail gets sorted into various folders i.e. Promotion/Update/All Mail/Forum/Inbox, so if you are having an email in your Gmail & don’t get your result in INBOX, you need to check “All Mail” or call us if you can’t find it even after clicking ‘ALL MAIL’.

Either pre-book your appointment online or simply drive up during business hours without an appointment for a safe, contactless check-in and payment experience. Just be sure to verify business hours for your location if you do not make an appointment.

We do not bill health insurance – it is self-pay and we provide insurance reimbursement documentation.

First of all, the U.S. Department of Transportation regulates DOT drug tests. A DOT drug test differs from standard tests in a few ways despite complying with DOT rule 49 CFR Part 40.

All businesses subject to Department of Transportation regulation must pass a DOT test. This comprises but is not restricted to:

  • Mass transit
  • Aviation
  • Trucking
  • Railroads


If any of your employees fail a DOT drug test, as an employer, you must follow established procedures before allowing them to resume work.

A non-DOT drug test, as implied by the name, is appropriate for any industry not covered by the Department of Transportation. This covers all businesses that function out of the DOT.

The requirements for taking a non-DOT test are determined by the particular employer, as opposed to a DOT drug test, which is required of all applicable DOT employees.

Employers may require any of their employees to submit to specific drug tests under state regulations. Depending on the substance that the employer wants to test against, different conditions apply.

Testing is required by the DOT at specific stages of employment and after certain events. According to DOT regulations, testing must be performed before employment, at random during employment, whenever there is reasonable suspicion or cause, after an accident, before an employee returns to duty, and as a follow-up after the employee returns to duty following an accident.

A DOT test differs greatly from a non-DOT test in several ways. The following elements are some of them:

Regulations at the Federal vs. State Level:

Drug tests conducted by the DOT are subject to federal law, but tests conducted by other organizations are subject to state laws. The DOT drug test recommendations frequently have an impact on non-DOT tests in some jurisdictions due to specific state laws.

Paperwork And Supporting Documentation:

Employers and employees must complete a Federal Drug Testing Custody and Control Form before taking a DOT test (CCF). This form is not needed for non-DOT tests, where employers or the testing locations they choose must produce particular paperwork following state regulations.

Samples And Specimens Necessary:

Urine is required as the primary specimen for a DOT drug test. However, a non-DOT test can conduct its tests using different specimens, such as saliva. Employers may choose these requirements for non-DOT tests per state regulations.

Penalties for Refusal:

Employees have the right to refuse DOT and non-DOT drug tests. They must, however, follow specific procedures before returning to work. They must follow the return-to-duty (RTD) protocol during DOT tests. In non-DOT tests, the employer has the final say on their employment status.

Return-to-Duty Procedure:

If an employee fails a DOT test, they must follow specific RTD procedures that include evaluation and treatment by a Substance Abuse Professional (SAP). They must then test negative for a specific substance/alcohol on a DOT drug test. The subsequent process in non-DOT tests is determined by employer and state regulations. In either case, the employee may be fired if he or she tests positive for drug abuse.

Testing Scope:

Only employees who are concerned about their safety are subjected to DOT drug and alcohol tests.

Employers can choose who they want to test for non-DOT testing. Of course, who they choose to test may be influenced by their respective state’s drug-free workplace program regulations.

Urine specimens are almost always used in DOT testing while on the other hand, urine, hair, or saliva can be used in non-DOT testing. The method is determined by the state’s drug-free workplace regulations as well as the employer’s discretion.

At Affordable Rapid Testing, we are prepared to meet all of your DOT drug testing requirements. For your convenience, we can even offer mobile testing services. So that you never have to worry about maintaining your DOT compliance, our amiable, knowledgeable team can assist you in developing and implementing your DOT-compliant employee testing program, preparing for an audit, or conducting mobile DOT physicals.

DOT safety-sensitive employees must submit to testing in the following circumstances:

  • Pre-employment screening
  • Testing at random
  • Post-accident evaluation
  • Testing for reasonable suspicion
  • Return-to-duty evaluation
  • Testing in the future


Attempting to get a test canceled by putting soap in your specimen is an example of adulteration. Replacing or diluting your urine with another substance is an example of substitution.

If a safety-sensitive employee refuses or fails a DOT test, he or she must go through the DOT return-to-duty process before returning to safety-sensitive functions with any employer.

Refusals to test may be treated differently in a non-DOT setting than they are in a DOT setting, where they are equivalent to a failed test.

Employers may also have a policy requiring employees to go through a certain process before returning to work with them. This is up to individual employers. However, there is no mandated policy requiring an employee to go through a specific process before returning to work for any employer.

A DOT safety-sensitive employee must complete the DOT return-to-duty process before being authorized to carry out safety-sensitive duties for anyone, anywhere. This is the main distinction between DOT and non-DOT testing failures.