Permits are valid for 3 days. Driver must have permit prior to entering the state.

Travel is allowed one-half hour after sunrise to one-half hour before sunset, Monday through Saturday. No Sunday travel. Continuous movement is allowed for loads not exceeding 12′ wide, 13’6″ high, 99′ overall length, 150,000 pounds GVW, 4′ rear overhang, and with proper lighting for night travel. However, when the load is over 10′ wide, an escort is required for night travel.

No travel on major holidays and some holiday weekends.  Please call us for more information on restrictions in your area of travel.

Width: 8’6″
Height: 13’6″
Length: 53’0 trailer, 99′ overall length
Overhang: 2’11” front, 14’11” rear
Weight: 80,000 Gross Single – 20,000 Tandem – 34,000 Tridem – 42,000

Width: 20′
Height: 15’6″ (over 15’7″ requires route survey)
Length: 120′
Height: 16’ (Over 16′ requires route survey, utility company letters, and special approval.)
Weight: Single – 12,000 Tandem – 48,000 Tridem – 57,000 (60,000 on Interstate)

Width: Over 13″ – 1 escort; over 16′ – 2 escorts; over 10′ wide at night – 1 escort
Length: Over 95′ – 1 escort (2 on some routes); over 105′ – 2 escorts
Height: The DOT may require an escort with high pole for some routes if conditions warrant. A route survey is required when exceeding 15’7″ in height.
Overhang: Over 15′ front or rear – 1 escort

“Oversize Load” signs are required for all loads exceeding 12 feet wide. Flags are required on all corners of loads that measure 10′ – 12′ wide. Loads over 12′ wide require flashing amber lights mounted on the rear of the load and signs on the front of the load. Over length loads and loads that exceed 4′ overhang must be flagged.