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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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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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IN-2 02/15 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual A "Superload" is any load that exceeds 15 feet high, 16 feet wide, 110 feet long, and/or 120,000 pounds, or fails the overload analysis. Any load that fails the overload analysis must be reviewed by an Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) engineer. Loads that are reviewed by INDOT engineers require additional processing time. The new permitting system allows you to have the INDOT engineering analysis done ahead of time, before you need the permit, and receive a superload preapproval number.

Once you have this preapproval number, you can get additional permits using the same vehicle configuration and route for the next 30 days without any additional INDOT analysis or delays.

PERMIT RESTRICTIONS

General - Permits are valid for fifteen days on most permits. Travel is allowed from one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset Monday through Friday (For loads exceeding 16’ wide, 15’ high or over 200,000 pounds).

Divisible load permits are not available except on "extra heavy duty highways". You must have a special weight permit commonly called Michigan Train Permits. To obtain a special weight permit you must register and pay an annual fee to Indiana. Routes are designated by statute.

Insurance — Minimum amounts of $25,000/50,000/10,000 for personal liability and property damage;

a certificate of insurance and company agreement must be filed with the permit office.

Permit Information Required — Tractor description (make, year of tractor, license number, Vehicle Identification number); overall dimensions; mileage, axle weights; gross weight; axle spacings; number of tires and size); load description; origin and destination; routes to be traveled; effective dates.

Weekend/Night Travel - Hours of Operation Up to 110’ long 10’ wide, 13’6” high, and under 200,000 lbs Continuous travel 7 days a week.

Over 110’ long, 10’-14’4” wide, up to 15’ high 7 days a week (1/2 hr before sunrise - 1/2 hr after sunset) Between 14’4” and 16’ wide Monday - Friday (1/2 hr before sunrise - 1/2 hr after sunset) Over 16’ wide, or over 15’ high, or over 200,000 lbs gross vehicle weight Monday - Friday 8:30am - 3:30pm (other provisions may apply) Up to 110 long, 11’6 wide, 13’ 6” high and 120,000 lbs (for paving equipment only to travel between jobsite(s) and home base with red/amber flashing light at widest point) Monday-Friday (1 ½ hour before sunrise -1 ½ hour after sunset) Permitted Mobile Homes and Sectionalized Buildings between 8’6” and 14’4” wide Monday - Friday (1/2 hr before sunrise - 1/2 hr after sunset) Saturday (1/2 hr before sunrise - 12:00 noon)

Holiday – Permitted vehicles may not operate on state highways from:

12:00 noon the last weekday preceding and continuing until 1/2 hr before sunrise on the day following: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.

Inclement Weather – Not allowed to operate during hazardous weather, road and/or traffic conditions or when visibility is less than 500’. No specific Spring thaw road restrictions.

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Overweight Commodity Permit (divisible steel and argriculture) - This permit may be granted for one single trip (one way) and is valid for 7 days.

Single Trip – 5 and 15 days Mobile Home Permits — Single Trip, 90 Day, Annual Ninety-day — (oversize only) up to 110' long, 12'4" wide, must be legal height and weight.

Annual (Oversize only) - up to 110' long, 12'4" wide, height and weight legal 24 Hour Permit — (special weight permit) extra heavy overweight (one day, steel mill to Michigan line, legal dimensions, 134,000 lbs. GVW, 24 hour/ daily operation, routes designated by statute).





Toll Road Gate — (exit toll road for 15 miles on or off for delivery or breakdown).

Annual Ocean Container Permit — 95,000 lbs., legal height, width, and length FEES

Single Trip:

Oversize only (up to 95' length, 12'4" width, legal height) $20.00 Oversize only (over 95’ length up to110' length, over 12'4" width up to 16’ width, over 13'6" height up to 15’ in height) $30.00 Ninety-day — $100.00 (oversize only) Annual — $405 (oversize only) Annual Ocean Container Permit — $800

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Extra Heavy Overweight Trip (special weight permit) — $42.50. For this type of permit company must register annually and pay $25 annual registration fee per company.

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IN-4 02/15 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual There are four types of mobile home permits, 12’4” wide permits,

Mobile Home Permits:

14’4” wide permits, 16’ wide permits and mobile home dealer permits. Currently, you may purchase single permits for 12’4” wide and for 14’4” wide you may purchase 90day or annual permits. 90-day or annual permits are not available for 16’ wide mobile homes. You must purchase single permits for these.

ESCORTS AND SIGNS

Labeling — Load must be marked front and rear with an oversize load sign. Sign must be 18" high and between 6' and 8' long, have yellow background, and have 12" high black letters with a 2" brush stroke.

Oversize movements must be marked with six (6) red flags at least 18" square.

Escort Vehicles and Personnel — Escorts must have an amber flashing light on top of the vehicle visible for 500'. Escorts must travel at least 500' from the load. “Oversize Load” sign must be visible to approaching traffic.

Permitted vehicles must have escorts when they exceed 12'4" in width, 110' in length, or 14'6" in height. One escort vehicle must be front of the load. One front and one escort must be in the rear of the load on 2-lane highways when load width exceeds 14’ 4” to 17’. The same dimensions on a 4-lane highway and interstates require one rear escort. If the load exceeds the 14'6" height requirement the front escort must have a height stick. Loads over 17’ on 4-lane highways and interstates require 2 police escorts.

Certification – Pilot Car Escort Certification is not currently required.

Law Enforcement Escort – Some OS/OW loads may require a police escort or pilot vehicles bearing warning signs and/or flashing lights.

FINES If an operator is caught in violation of the over dimensional permit issued, the permit will be confiscated and the company must write a letter to Motor Carrier Services stating corrective action has been taken to prohibit the violation from recurring. No additional permits will be issued until Motor Carrier Services receives a letter and corrective action is satisfactory.

Over dimensional Only: maximum $500

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Fines are calculated based on the vehicle’s legal weight. Operators may be cited for the greater fine of an over-axle or over-gross violation. Drivers may not shift load to avoid an over-axle violation.

Violation to Permit Anytime a permit is violated or a carrier is found to be hauling an OSW permit the carrier is put on violation and no further permits can be ordered until the violation is corrected.

To be removed from violation we will need an explanation of the violation, what the carrier’s company policy was concerning the violation, and what the company will do to ensure no further violations occur.

This letter will need to be on company letterhead and can be faxed to (317) 615-7241 or mailed to:

Motor Carrier Services Attn: OSW 7811 Milhouse Rd, Suite M Indianapolis, IN 46241

IN-5 02/15 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual Once we receive and approve your letter, your company will be taken off violation and can obtain any permits needed. However, Indiana does assess civil penalties up to $5,000 for violations of OSW permits or operating without OSW permit. We will send a certified letter of a show cause hearing to determine the civil penalty amount.

RESTRICTED TRAVEL

The Indiana Turnpike (574-674-8836) has restricted dimensions for travel on the highway, including the

following:

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LENGTH

Single vehicle under own motive power (other than buses) Over 36'0" to 65'0" Class 8 Toll Charged Over 65'0" Prohibited

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Semitractor and trailer combinations Trailer length is limited to 53'0".

There is no overall combination length restriction.

Trailer over 53'0" Special Hauling Permit Required Semitractor in three vehicle combination (Pups) Trailer length is limited to 28'6".

There is no overall combination length restriction.

Trailer over 28'6" Prohibited

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LENGTH

Single vehicle under own motive power (other than buses) Over 36'0" to 65'0" Class 8 Toll Charged Over 65'0" Prohibited

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Semitractor and trailer combinations Trailer length is limited to 53'0".

There is no overall combination length restriction.

Trailer over 53'0" Special Hauling Permit Required Semitractor in three vehicle combination (Pups) Trailer length is limited to 28'6".

There is no overall combination length restriction.

Trailer over 28'6" Prohibited

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Hours of Operation Up to 110’ long 10’ wide, 13’6” high, and under 200,000 lbs Continuous travel 7 days a week. Over 110’ long, 10’-14’4” wide, up to 15’ high 7 days a week (1/2 hr before sunrise - 1/2 hr after sunset) Over 16’ wide, or over 15’ high, or over 200,000 lbs gross vehicle weight Monday - Friday 8:30am pm (other provisions may apply) Between 14’4” and 16’ wide Monday - Friday (1/2 hr before sunrise - 1/2 hr after sunset) Permitted Mobile Homes and Sectionalized Buildings between 8’6” and 14’4” wide Monday - Friday (1/2 hr before sunrise - 1/2 hr after sunset) Saturday (1/2 hr before sunrise - 12:00 noon) Permitted vehicles are restricted during certain holidays (see Holiday Ban).

Vehicles exceeding 10' in width are not allowed to travel during hours of darkness on the Indiana Toll Rd.

Trailer Combinations (Triples and Long Doubles) operate under separate rules. Contact Patron Services for information, (574) 674-8836, ext. 420.

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Publication 101 Oversize/Overweight Vehicle Permitting Handbook Indiana Department of Revenue, Motor Carrier Services Division

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Moving heavy equipment at railroad grade crossing.

(a) A person may not operate or move a caterpillar tractor, steam shovel, derrick, roller, or any equipment or structure weighing more than ten (10) tons and having a normal operating speed of not more than (6) six miles per hour or a vertical body or load clearance of less than (9) nine inches above the level surface of a roadway upon or across tracks at a rail road grade crossing without first complying with this section.

(b) Notice of intended crossing under this section shall be given to a superintendent of the railroad, and a reasonable time shall be given to the railroad to provide protection at the crossing.

(c) Before making a crossing under this section, the person operating or moving a vehicle or equipment described in subsection (a) shall first stop the vehicle or equipment not less than (10) ten feet and not more than (50) fifty feet from the nearest rail or railway. While stopped, the person shall proceed until the crossing can be made safely.

(d) A crossing may not be made when warning is given by an automatic signal, crossing gates, a flagman, or otherwise of the immediate approach of a railroad train or car.

Oversize/Overweight Permits can only be obtained from the Department of Revenue, Motor Carrier Services, 7811 MIlhouse Rd, Suite M., Indianapolis, IN 46241, Telephone (317) 615-7320, Fax (317) 615-7241

PORTS OF ENTRY

Port Of Entry-Indianapolis

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Enter into a written agreement with Indiana before ordering an Indiana oversize/overweight vehicle permit.

Complete form M-203 (Transporting Company Agreement) and fax the form to (317) 615-7241, or mail to:

Motor Carrier Services 7811 Milhouse Road, Suite M Indianapolis, IN 46241-9612 The form may also be completed electronically at www.in.gov/dor. There are three options when ordering permits. You may go online and obtain permits, you can use a Permitting Service or you may mail your permit in on a form M-233 along with payment to : Indiana OSW Permits, 7811 Milhouse Rd, Suite M, Indianapolis, IN 46241.

When obtaining your permits on-line you must first create a User ID by clicking “User Registration”. To accomplish this go to https://motorcarrierirp.in.gov/mcsd/mcsdHome, (save this link to your favorites) select ”User Registration” under New/Returning User Information section. You will select OSW as your tax type and fill in all the required information. Once you have completed this you will then Log into OSW.

The OSW online service application allows carriers to electronically request, pay for, and print oversize and/or overweight permits. You may also amend permits and register for special weight permits. The electronic permit system is the fastest way to request and obtain your permits.

SPECIAL NOTES

Recent Changes – Beginning January 2014, the Indiana Department of Revenue’s Motor Carrier Services Division will assume responsibility for base plate registrations from the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles for companies with 25 or more commercial vehicles weighing 26,001 lbs. or more. For more information visit www.in.gov/dor/5027.htm.

As of Jan. 1, 2014 trucks using Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as fuel, may haul their max load of 80,000 pounds and up to an additional 2,000 pounds for a total gross weight of 82,000 pounds. To be exempt, a carrier must obtain a CNG Annual Fuel Permit through the Indiana Department of Revenue Oversize/ Overweight Division. This annual permit is no cost but allows carriers to carry the extra weight through Indiana. Carriers may contact the department for additional information at (317) 615-7320.



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