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Get Your DOT Medical Card, Drive, and Win!

Compete for the chance to receive Chicago Street Race Tickets and Draiver Swag.

5 Lucky Drivers Win Big.

#21: Harrison Burton, Wood Brothers Racing, Draiver Ford Mustang

5 Lucky Drivers Win Big.

Get ready for the thrill of a lifetime! By uploading your DOT Medical Card and taking trips with Draiver, you could be one of five lucky drivers to win two tickets to the Chicago Street Race on July 7th and exclusive Draiver swag.

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How To Get Started


Get your DOT Medical Card!

Don’t have a DOT medical card? Draiver will reimburse you 100%! Follow this video step-by-step to learn how. 



Once you have your DOT medical card, simply upload it to the Draiver Driver App. Watch this short video for directions.


Complete one trip that requires a DOT medical card to officially enter the contest. But don’t stop at just one trip! Every additional trip you complete during the contest period counts as another entry.

Frequently Asked Questions

Any driver with a valid DOT Medical Card and who completes at least one trip* with Draiver between June 10th and June 30th is eligible to participate.

*A trip that requires a DOT Medical Card.

The contest starts on June 10th and ends on June 30th. All trips must be completed within this period to be eligible.

No, there is no limit. Every qualifying trip you take counts as an entry, so the more you drive, the greater your chances of winning.

Winners will be notified on July 1st via the contact information provided in their Draiver profile. Ensure your details are up to date!

Winners are selected through a random draw from all eligible entries. Each completed trip counts as one entry, increasing your chances with each additional trip.

Have other questions?

Please contact Driver Support at (844) 366-6837.

Terms & Conditions may apply.