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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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66 60,500 91,500 121,000 135,000 141,500 148,500 156,500 165,000 173,000 181,500 190,500 67 60,500 91,500 121,000 135,500 142,000 149,500 157,500 165,500 174,000 182,500 191,000 68 60,500 91,500 121,000 136,500 143,000 150,500 158,500 166,500 175,000 183,500 192,000 69 60,500 91,500 121,000 137,500 144,000 151,500 159,000 167,500 175,500 184,000 192,500 70 60,500 91,500 121,000 138,500 145,000 152,500 160,000 168,000 176,500 185,000 193,500 71 60,500 91,500 121,000 139,500 146,000 153,000 161,000 169,000 177,500 186,000 194,500 72 60,500 91,500 121,000 140,500 147,000 154,000 162,000 170,000 178,000 186,500 195,000 73 60,500 91,500 121,000 141,500 147,500 155,000 162,500 170,500 179,000 187,500 196,000 74 60,500 91,500 121,000 142,500 148,500 156,000 163,500 171,500 180,000 188,500 197,000 75 60,500 91,500 121,000 143,500 149,500 156,500 164,500 172,500 180,500 189,000 197,500 76 60,500 91,500 121,000 144,000 150,500 157,500 165,000 173,500 181,500 190,000 198,500 77 60,500 91,500 121,000 145,000 151,500 158,500 166,000 174,000 182,500 191,000 199,500 78 60,500 91,500 121,000 146,000 152,000 159,500 167,000 175,000 183,000 191,500 200,000 79 60,500 91,500 121,000 147,000 153,000 160,000 168,000 176,000 184,000 192,500 200,000 80 60,500 91,500 121,000 148,000 154,000 161,000 168,500 176,500 185,000 193,500 200,000 81 60,500 91,500 121,000 149,000 155,000 162,000 169,500 177,500 185,500 194,000 200,000 82 60,500 91,500 121,000 150,000 156,000 163,000 170,500 178,500 186,500 195,000 200,000 83 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 156,500 163,500 171,500 179,000 187,500 196,000 200,000 84 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 157,500 164,500 172,000 180,000 188,000 196,500 200,000 85 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 158,500 165,500 173,000 181,000 189,000 197,500 200,000 86 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 159,500 166,500 174,000 182,000 190,000 198,500 200,000 87 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 160,500 167,000 174,500 182,500 191,000 199,000 200,000 88 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 161,500 168,000 175,500 183,500 191,500 200,000 200,000 89 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 162,000 169,000 176,500 184,500 192,500 200,000 200,000 90 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 163,000 170,000 177,500 185,000 193,500 200,000 200,000 91 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 164,000 171,000 178,000 186,000 194,000 200,000 200,000 92 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 165,000 171,500 179,000 187,000 195,000 200,000 200,000 93 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 166,000 172,500 180,000 187,500 196,000 200,000 200,000 94 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 166,500 173,500 181,000 188,500 196,500 200,000 200,000 95 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 167,500 174,500 181,500 189,500 197,500 200,000 200,000 96 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 168,500 175,000 182,500 190,500 198,500 200,000 200,000 97 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 169,500 176,000 183,500 191,000 199,000 200,000 200,000 98 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 170,500 177,000 184,000 192,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 99 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 171,000 178,000 185,000 193,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 100 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 172,000 178,500 186,000 193,500 200,000 200,000 200,000 101 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 173,000 179,500 187,000 194,500 200,000 200,000 200,000 102 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 174,000 180,500 187,500 195,500 200,000 200,000 200,000 103 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 175,000 181,500 188,500 196,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 104 60,500 91,500 121,000 151,000 176,000 182,000 189,500 197,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 105 60,500 91,500 121,000151,000176,500183,000190,500198,000 200,000 200,000 200,000

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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 43,500 15.00 24,000 43,500 16.00 25,500 43,500 17.00 25,500 43,500 18.00 25,500 43,500 19.00+ 25,500 43,500 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 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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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 38,000 13.00 20,800 38,000 14.00 22,400 38,000 15.00 22,500 38,000 16.00 22,500 38,000 17.00 22,500 38,000 18.00 22,500 38,000 19.00+ 22,500 38,000 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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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 46,000 16.00 25,600 46,000 17.00 27,000 46,000 18.00 27,000 46,000 19.00+ 27,000 46,000 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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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 41,000 14.00 22,400 41,000 15.00 24,000 41,000 16.00 24,000 41,000 17.00 24,000 41,000 18.00 24,000 41,000 19.00+ 24,000 41,000 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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Annual permits may not be issued for gross weights in excess of two hundred thousand (200,000) pounds for any colored route. Gross weights in excess of two hundred thousand (200,000) pounds must operate by single trip permit.

ID-20 08/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual

PERMIT RESTRICTIONS

General – Vehicles and/or loads exceeding the legal dimensions may be issued permits. The type of vehicle and/or load will determine what type of permit, if any, you must obtain. All single trip overlegal permits must be ordered from the Centralized Headquarters Permit Office before moving on the highways. Annual permits must be ordered from the Centralized Headquarters Permit Office or online at dmvonline.idaho.gov before moving on the highways.

All overdimensional and overweight permits have specific conditions that apply. Some, but not all, of these conditions include compliance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, compliance with the laws of Idaho, and the Idaho Transportation Department Administrative Rules. Other regulations apply to a specific load or to specific types of loads or to a specific route. ITD Rules are contained in the maps that are required to be attached to Annual Idaho overlegal permits.

Permits are valid for five days. Daylight travel is permitted one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset. Loads not exceeding 10' wide, 14'6" high, 100' long on 2-lane or 120' on 4-lane may travel 24 hours a day.

Permitted overweight/oversize self propelled vocational vehicles (such as cranes, loaders, motor graders, drills) may tow any vehicle eight thousand (8,000) pounds or less when such vehicle is used solely for return trip after delivery of the permitted vehicle.

The overlegal permit must be carried in the vehicle to which it refers during the time of movement and shall upon demand be delivered for inspection to any peace officer or authorized agent of the Idaho Transportation Board or any officer or employee charged with the care and protection of the public highways.

A maximum of 3 temporary registration permits and 3 temporary weight increase permits per vehicle may be purchased by an owner in a calendar year.

Black-coded Routes (majority of the state) — Loads not in excess of 10' in width may travel twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Loads over 10' in width are permitted to travel during daylight hours seven days a week. “Daylight” is defined as one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.

Insurance — Evidence of insurance or the posting of a bond shall be required when necessary because of loads creating an extraordinary hazard to the traveling public or to protect the public investment when a load presents an extraordinary hazard to the highway system. In such cases of extraordinary hazard to the roadway or structures, the Department may require the posting of a cash bond in such amount as to cover the maximum damage that could be expected to occur to the highway with the permittee also required to reimburse the Department for any engineering required to ascertain the extent of damages, if any, occurring to the roadway during the movement of the excessive load.

Not required to be on file with the permit office, but operator must carry proof of insurance.

Weekend/Night Travel – 1. Red-Coded Routes. Daylight travel until 2 p.m. on Friday, no Saturday, no Sunday. Due to low traffic volumes on these routes early in the mornings of Saturday and Sunday, single trip permits may be issued for dawn to 8 a.m. If the movement is not completed by 8 a.m. the permittee will be required to safely park and not proceed until the next day.

(4-5-00)

2. Black-Coded Routes. Loads not in excess of ten (10) feet wide, one hundred (100) feet long or fourteen (14) feet six (6) inches high may travel twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week; loads in excess of ten (10) feet wide, one hundred (100) feet long or fourteen (14) feet six (6) inches high may travel daylight hours seven (7) days per week.

(12-26-90)

3. Interstate. Loads not in excess of ten (10) feet wide, one hundred and twenty (120) feet long or fourteen (14) feet six (6) inches high may travel twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week; loads in excess of ten (10) feet wide, one hundred and twenty (120) feet long or fourteen (14) feet six (6) inches high may travel daylight hours, seven (7) days per week.

4. Emergency Movements. Permitted after dark and on weekends.

ID-21 08/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual Any overwidth load moving after dark or on weekends on a red coded route of the Pilot/Escort Vehicle and Travel Time Requirements Map must be preceded by an escort vehicle displaying a rotating or flashing amber light to warn other traffic of the presence of the hazard. Any overwidth load moving after dark on black coded routes, if width exceeds ten (10) feet, must also be preceded by such a pilot/escort vehicle. All overwidth loads moved after dark shall have the extreme dimensions marked by lights as required by IDAPA 39.03.12, “Rules Governing Safety Requirements For Overlegal Permits.” Self-propelled vehicles utilized to clear the travelway of snow or debris are exempt from the provisions listed in this Subsection.

Oversize vehicles operating under authority of an overlegal permit which exceed seven (7) feet of front overhang, on any vehicle in the combination, are restricted to daylight travel only on two (2) lane, two (2) way highways.

Holiday – Holiday restrictions exist for Black and Red Code routes and Interstate Routes for the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. Restictions can be found at http://itd.idaho.gov/dmv/poe/HolidayRestrictions.htm.

a. Red-Coded Routes: No travel for any load after 2 p.m. on the day preceding a holiday or holiday weekend. A holiday weekend occurs as three (3) consecutive days, when a designated holiday occurs on a Friday or Monday, or when the designated holiday occurs on a Saturday or Sunday, in which case the preceding Friday or the following Monday shall be included in such three (3) day holiday weekend. Travel may be resumed at dawn on the day following the holiday or holiday weekend. (4-5-00) b. Black-Coded Routes and Interstate Routes: Loads in excess of ten (10) feet wide, one hundred (100) feet long or fourteen (14) feet six (6) inches high may not travel after 4:00 p.m. on the day preceding a holiday; travel may be resumed at dawn on the day following the holiday.

Inclement Weather – Extreme caution in the operation of permitted vehicle combinations shall be exercised when hazardous conditions exist. The movement of overlegal vehicles and/or loads by overlegal permit shall be prohibited and otherwise valid permits shall automatically become invalid enroute when travel conditions become hazardous due to ice, snow or frost; when visibility is restricted to less than five hundred (500) feet by fog, dust, smoke or smog or other atmospheric conditions.

A spring breakup weight restriction to less than legal weight shall automatically place a restriction on width allowed by overlegal permit. On any section of highway restricted to less than legal weight, the maximum width by special permit shall be restricted to twelve (12) feet six (6) inches during the period of the weight restriction.



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