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«Legal Notice This SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual is intended only to provide concise, easily read information, useful in planning movements of ...»

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General - Permits are valid only for dates specified. Travel is allowed during daylight hours, except during peak hours. Divisible load permits are not available. The permit covers only the person or firm designated as permitted and is not transferable. The permit shall be carried in the vehicle during the movement. For Annual permits a copy of the permit is carried in the vehicle and the original permit must be readily available for inspection from the operator’s offices in the county of issuance.

Insurance — Required to be on file with the Permit office; must have minimum coverage of $100,000/$300,000/$50,000.

Weekend/Night Travel – Operating time is specified on the permit. Night travel may be authorized in the permit for oversize or overweight vehicles. Authorized weekend travel will also be noted on the permit.

Movements on Saturdays and Sundays are at the discretion of the applicable district engineer.

Holiday – Restrictions are noted on the permit and holiday travel may be authorized. The state permit

office is closed on the following holidays:

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Weather – Notwithstanding the date and time specified in the permit, moves shall not be made when visibility is unduly impaired by rain, fog, smog or at any time travel conditions are considered to be unsafe by the department of police. Police may direct or escort a vehicle off the roadway to a place of safety.

During those periods of adverse weather, should operating conditions be impaired or otherwise become hazardous due to inclement weather, which may include high winds, the police at their discretion, may require the driver of the vehicle or combination of vehicles to pull off the highway to a place of safety until the movement can be resumed under safe operating conditions.

Permit Information Required — Overall dimensions; gross weight; axle weights; axle spacings; origin and destination; routes to be traveled.

PERMIT TYPES

Single Trip – valid only over a specified route between pre-determined points of origin and destination Continuous Trip – shall not be for more than one year (for loads less than 12’ wide and an overall length of less than 70’) Annual Trip – valid for one year Overweight Permit – Oversize Permit

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ESCORTS AND SIGNS

Labeling — Signs reading “wide load” are required on all vehicles over 12' in width. Sign must have yellow background with black letters 10" high. Sign dimensions must be 6' x 1'.

Red flags 24" square are required on vehicles over 12' in width.

Escort Vehicles and Personnel — Vehicles over 12' in width must be accompanied by a lead escort.

Two escorts are required for vehicles over 14' in width.

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A second violation within one year of the first doubles the fine (maximum $1,200) third and subsequent violations within one year triple the fine (maximum $1,800). Operators may be cited for both axle and gross weight violations Drivers may not shift load to avoid an over axle citation.

RESTRICTED TRAVEL

Travel may be restricted on state highways during the following hours 5:00–8:30 am and 3:00–6:00 pm.

Hawaii Administrative Rules Chapter 19-101 establishes restricted movement of overweight vehicles along and upon Hana Highway between Kailua Village and Hana Town. (Restricted gross weight of less than 10 ton without a permit)

PORTS OF ENTRY

Port Of Entry-Honolulu International Airport

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PERMIT ORDERING

Application for permit should be submitted on forms furnished by the respective District. Applicant should provide all information required on the form including sketches showing plan and elevation of wheel arrangements, dimensions, and distribution of load.

Application can be made at the following office and the aforementioned district offices:

Oahu District 727 Kakoi Street Honolulu, Hawaii 96819 Phone: (808) 831-6712 (See: District Offices under Contact Information) In most cases, requests are reviewed and processed by the District Office within one (1) day.

Permit applications requiring headquarters review may take a minimum of three (3) weeks. This may be necessary when the proposed loads are extraordinarily large or heavy.

District Offices – Oahu District Engineer (Pratt Kinimaka) 727 Kakoi Street Honolulu, Hawaii 96819 Phone: (808) 831-6700 Kauai District Engineer (Ray McCormick) 1720 Haleukana Street Lihue, HI 96766 (808) 241-3000 Hawaii District Engineer (Sal Panem) 50 Makaala Street Hilo, Hawaii 96720 Phone: (808) 933-8866 Maui District Engineer (Ferdinand Cajigal) (Includes assistance to Molokai and Lanai) 650 Palapala Drive Kahului, Maui, Hawaii 96732 Phone: (808) 873-3535

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The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association is pleased to publish this Oversize/ Overweight Permit Manual.

Each state analysis includes information in a standardized format: contact, legal limits, special permit limits, general restrictions, types of permits available, fees, escort needs, fines, and restricted travel areas. Telephone numbers, locations, and hours of operation are listed for ports of entry and permit branches. However, readers are always advised to check with the state offices on current laws and procedures. This project could not have been completed without the advice and consultation of many state officials. We thank all of those who provided permit manuals, maps, laws, regulations, and various other forms of documentation.





Legal Notice This SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual is intended only to provide concise, easily read information, useful in planning movements of overdimensional and overweight loads. This Permit Manual is not intended to be an accurate summary of all the applicable laws and regulations. Users of the Permit Manual should confirm the information contained herein before dispatching vehicles and loads. The SC&RA cautions Permit Manual users that state laws and regulations are subject to change without notice, and that some time elapses between the effective date of such changes and the amendment of the Permit Manual to reflect those changes. The SC&RA assumes no responsibility for accident, injury, loss or claim, penalties or any other damage resulting from reliance on the contents of this Permit Manual.

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8.25 13,200 26,400 9.00 14,400 28,800 10.00 16,000 32,000 11.00 17,600 35,200 12.00 19,200 38,400 13.00 20,800 41,600 14.00 22,400 44,800 15.00 24,000 48,000 16.00 25,600 51,200 17.00 27,200 54,400 18.00 28,800 56,000 19.00+ 30,400 56,000 Maximum allowable weight is based on the distance in feet between the first and last axle of any group or groups of consecutive axles.

To find the weight allowed for the vehicle combination, use the number of axles and axle spacings from the number 2 axle to the last axle of the combination, add the weight for the steering axle (approximately 12,000 lbs.) to this weight, to acquire the total gross weight allowed.

To find the weight allowed for self-propelled vehicles, use the number of axles and axle spacings from the number 1 axle to the last axle of the combination. If axles have less than 4 tires per axle see chart above for weights allowed.

Check the weight allowed for every internal group or groups of axles as well as total gross weight. At times the sum of the axle weights may be less than the total gross weight allowed. Must use most restrictive weights.

If the vehicle combination exceeds the weight allowed on any group or groups of axles, or total gross weight allowed by this chart and the route capacity map, the vehicle must operate on a single trip permit if approved.

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Axle Space in Ft.

4 56,000 5 58,000 6 59,500 7 61,000 8 62,500 69,500 9 64,500 70,500 10 66,000 72,000 11 66,000 73,000 12 66,000 74,500 82,500 13 66,000 75,500 83,500 14 66,000 76,500 84,500 15 66,000 78,000 86,000 16 66,000 79,000 87,000 95,500 17 66,000 80,500 88,000 96,500 18 66,000 81,500 89,000 98,000 19 66,000 83,000 90,000 99,000 20 66,000 84,000 91,500 100,000 109,000 21 66,000 85,500 92,500 101,000 110,000 22 66,000 86,500 93,500 102,000 111,000 23 66,000 88,000 94,500 103,000 112,000 24 66,000 89,000 95,500 104,000 113,000 122,000 25 66,000 90,500 97,000 105,000 114,000 123,000 26 66,000 91,500 98,000 106,000 115,000 124,000 27 66,000 93,000 99,000 107,000 116,000 125,000 28 66,000 94,000 100,000 108,000 117,000 126,000 135,500 29 66,000 95,500 101,000 109,000 118,000 127,000 136,000 30 66,000 96,500 102,500 110,000 119,000 128,000 137,000 31 66,000 98,000 103,500 111,000 120,000 129,000 138,000 32 66,000 99,000 104,500 112,000 121,000 130,000 139,000 148,500 33 66,000 99,000 105,500 113,000 122,000 131,000 140,000 149,500 34 66,000 99,000 106,500 114,500 123,000 131,500 141,000 150,500 35 66,000 99,000 108,000 115,500 124,000 132,500 142,000 151,500 36 66,000 99,000 109,000 116,500 124,500 133,500 143,000 152,000 161,500 37 66,000 99,000 110,000 117,500 125,500 134,500 144,000 153,000 162,500 38 66,000 99,000 111,000 118,500 126,500 135,500 144,500 154,000 163,500 39 66,000 99,000 112,000 119,500 127,500 136,500 145,500 155,000 164,500 40 66,000 99,000 113,500 120,500 128,500 137,500 146,500 156,000 165,500 175,000 41 66,000 99,000 114,500 121,500 129,500 138,500 147,500 157,000 166,500 176,000 42 66,000 99,000 115,500 122,500 130,500 139,500 148,500 158,000 167,000 176,500 43 66,000 99,000 116,500 123,500 131,500 140,500 149,500 158,500 168,000 177,500 44 66,000 99,000 117,500 124,500 132,500 141,500 150,500 159,500 169,000 178,500 188,000 45 66,000 99,000 119,000 125,500 133,500 142,500 151,500 160,500 170,000 179,500 189,000 46 66,000 99,000 120,000 126,500 134,500 143,500 152,500 161,500 171,000 180,500 190,000 47 66,000 99,000 121,000 127,500 135,500 144,000 153,000 162,500 172,000 181,500 191,000 48 66,000 99,000 122,000 128,500 136,500 145,000 154,000 163,500 172,500 182,000 191,500 49 66,000 99,000 123,000 129,500 137,500 146,000 155,000 164,500 173,500 183,000 192,500 50 66,000 99,000 124,500 131,000 138,500 147,000 156,000 165,000 174,500 184,000 193,500 51 66,000 99,000 125,500 132,000 139,500 148,000 157,000 166,000 175,500 185,000 194,500 52 66,000 99,000 126,500 133,000 140,500 149,000 158,000 167,000 176,500 186,000 195,500 53 66,000 99,000 127,500134,000141,500150,000159,000168,000 177,500 186,500 196,000 54 66,000 99,000 128,500 135,000 142,500 151,000 160,000 169,000 178,000 187,500 197,000 55 66,000 99,000 130,000 136,000 143,500 152,500 161,000 170,000 179,000 188,500 198,000 56 66,000 99,000 131,000 137,000 144,500 153,000 161,500 171,000 180,000 189,500 199,000 57 66,000 99,000 132,000 138,000 145,500 154,000 162,500 171,500 181,000 190,500 200,000 58 66,000 99,000 132,000 139,000 146,500 155,000 163,500 172,500 182,000 191,000 59 66,000 99,000 132,000 140,000 147,500 156,000 164,500 173,500 183,000 192,000 60 66,000 99,000 132,000 141,000 148,500 157,000 165,500 174,500 183,500 193,000 61 66,000 99,000 132,000 142,000 149,500 157,500 166,500 175,500 184,500 194,000 62 66,000 99,000 132,000 143,000 150,500 158,500 167,500 176,500 185,500 195,000 63 66,000 99,000 132,000 144,000 151,500 159,500 168,500 177,500 186,500 196,000 64 66,000 99,000 132,000 145,000 152,500 160,500 169,000 178,000 187,500 196,500 ID-4 08/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual

BLACK CHART CONTINUED

Axle Spacein Ft.

65 66,000 99,000 132,000 146,000 153,500 161,500 170,000 179,000 188,500 197,500 66 66,000 99,000 132,000 147,500 154,500 162,500 171,000 180,000 189,000 198,500 67 66,000 99,000 132,000 148,500 155,500 163,500 172,000 181,000 190,000 199,500 68 66,000 99,000 132,000 149,500 156,500 164,500 173,000 182,000 191,000 200,000 69 66,000 99,000 132,000 150,500 157,500 165,500 174,000 183,000 192,000 70 66,000 99,000 132,000 151,500 158,500 166,500 175,000 184,000 193,000 71 66,000 99,000 132,000 152,500 159,500 167,500 176,000 184,500 194,000 72 66,000 99,000 132,000 153,500 160,500 168,500 177,000 185,500 194,500 73 66,000 99,000 132,000 154,500 161,500 169,500 177,500 186,500 195,500 74 66,000 99,000 132,000 155,500 162,500 170, o00 178,500 187,500 196,500 75 66,000 99,000 132,000 156,500 163,500 171,000 179,500 188,500 197,500 76 66,000 99,000 132,000 157,500 164,500 172,000 180,500 189,500 198,500 77 66,000 99,000 132,000 158,500 165,500 173,000 181,500 190,500 199,500 78 66,000 99,000 132,000 159,500 166,500 174,000 182,500 191,000 200,000 79 66,000 99,000 132,000 160,500 167,500 175,000 183,500 192,000 80 66,000 99,000 132,000 161,500 168,500 176,000 184,500 193,000 81 66,000 99,000 132,000 162,500 169,500 177,000 185,500 194,000 82 66,000 99,000 132,000 164,000 170,500 178,000 186,000 195,000 83 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 171,500 179,000 187,000 196,000 84 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 172,500 180,000 188,000 197,000 85 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 173,500 181,000 189,000 197,500 86 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 174,000 182,000 190,000 198,500 87 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 175,000 182,500 191,000 199,500 88 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 176,000 183,500 192,000 200,000 89 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 177,000 184,500 193,000 90 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 178,000 185,500 194,000 91 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 179,000 186,500 194,500 92 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 180,000 187,500 195,500 93 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 181,000 188,500 196,500 94 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 182,000 189,500 197,500 95 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 183,000 190,500 198,500 96 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 184,000 191,500 199,500 97 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 185,000 192,500 200,000 98 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 186,000 193,500 99 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 187,000 194,500 100 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 188,000 195,500 101 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 189,000 196,000 102 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 190,000 197,000 103 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 191,000 198,000 104 66,000 99,000 132,000 165,000 192,000 199,000 105 66,000 99,000 132,000165,000193,000200,000

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Width Tires Tires 8.25 13,200 26,400 9.00 14,400 28,800 10.00 16,000 32,000 11.00 17,600 35,200 12.00 19,200 38,400 13.00 20,800 41,600 14.00 22,400 44,800 15.00 24,000 48,000 16.00 25,600 51,200 17.00 27,200 51,500 18.00 28,800 51,500 19.00+ 30,000 51,500 Maximum allowable weight is based on the distance in feet between the first and last axle of any group or groups of consecutive axles.

To find the weight allowed for the vehicle combination, use the number of axles and axle spacings from the number 2 axle to the last axle of the combination, add the weight for the steering axle (approximately 12,000 lbs.) to this weight, to acquire the total gross weight allowed.

To find the weight allowed for the vehicle combination, use the number of axles and axle spacings from the number 2 axle to the last axle of the combination, add the weight for the steering axle (approximately 12,000 lbs) to this weight, to acquire the total gross weight allowed.

To find the weight allowed for self propelled vehicles, use the number of axles and axle spacings from the number 1 axle to the last of the combination. If axles have less than 4 tires per axle see chart above for weights allowed.

Check the weight allowed for every internal group or groups of axles as well as total gross weight. At times the sum of the axle weights may be less than the total gross weight allowed. Must use most restrictive weights.

If the vehicle combination exceeds the weight allowed on any group or groups of axles, or total gross weight allowed by this chart and the route capacity map, the vehicle must operate on a single trip permit if approved.

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