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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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Escorts are required (front and rear) when transporting superloads, large structures and when the width of the load exceeds 14 feet and traveling on highways less than 4 lanes.

When escorting loads or convoys more than 14 feet wide, the following conditions shall apply.

(1) On highways of fewer than four lanes, front and rear escorts shall be required. Except for superloads and large structures, the rear escort may be eliminated if a warning light is attached to the top of the towing vehicle and to the rear of each load and is mounted no less than two feet or more than eight feet above the surface of the road.

(2) On highways consisting of four lanes or more, a rear escort shall be required for superloads and large structures. All other types of loads shall not require escorting.- 27 When moving an oversize or overweight load, the driver of each escort vehicle and the person driving the permitted vehicle shall have the ability to communicate verbally with each other, using two-way equipment.

(4) Unless conditions dictate a different following distance, escorting vehicles shall travel at a distance not to exceed 300 feet in front or 300 feet to the rear of the load.

Certification – Kansas no longer requires Pilot Car Escorts to be certified.

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KS-10 02/15 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual

RESTRICTED TRAVEL- KANSAS TURNPIKE

Written permits are not required for the movement of oversize loads on the Kansas Turnpike. However, due to the size and configuration of some loads, prior approval is required from the Chief Engineer/General Manager or the Turnpike Highway Patrol Commander before such vehicles and/or loads can be moved or transported on the Kansas Turnpike.

The following guidelines indicate the maximum vehicle and/or payload sizes allowable and when prior approval is required.

1. Tractor-Trailer Combination Units The Kansas Turnpike presently allows single, tandem and triple trailer combinations to operate day or night.

2. Length Restrictions Any vehicle, or combination of vehicles, trailer(s), or load exceeding 119 feet in overall length must obtain authorization from the Chief Engineer/General Manager, or Turnpike Highway Patrol Commander prior to moving such vehicle on the Kansas Turnpike. Authorization will not be granted for night operation, except in extreme emergency, or disaster conditions.

3. Height Restrictions Vehicles and/or loads activating high load detectors when entering the Kansas Turnpike are required to stop, and cannot proceed until authorized by a Turnpike Highway Patrol Trooper. All overhead structures on the Kansas Turnpike will allow movement of loads not exceeding 14 feet in height. All vehicles and/or loads over 14 feet in height will be denied entry until a Turnpike Highway Patrol Trooper has measured the load. The trooper will then authorize or prohibit entry onto the Kansas Turnpike based on the measured height of the vehicle and/or load and the destination of the vehicle and/or load.

4. Width Restrictions Vehicles and/or loads up to, but not exceeding 12 feet - 6 inches in width may use the Kansas Turnpike without special authorization both day and night. They must, however, be properly lighted during the hours of darkness. Loads wider than 12 feet - 6 inches, but not exceeding 14 feet in width may use the Kansas Turnpike without authorization, but can only operate during daylight hours. Vehicles and/or loads exceeding 14 feet wide are required to obtain authorization from the Chief Engineer/General Manager or the Turnpike Highway Patrol Commander prior to using the Kansas Turnpike. Movement of such vehicles and/or loads is limited to Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.. At least one escort vehicle is required to accompany the movement of loads over 14 feet in width on the Kansas Turnpike.

Authorization will not be granted for night operation, except in extreme emergency, or disaster conditions.

Vehicle and/or loads exceeding 16 feet in width will rarely be authorized for any operation on the Kansas Turnpike.

5. Weight Restrictions All vehicle axle weights must comply with Kansas Law (KSA 8-1908 and 8-1909).

“Single Axle” shall not exceed 20,000 pounds, including any axle of a group of axles.

“Tandem Axles” shall not exceed 34,000 pounds, when axles spaced not less than 40 inches and not more than 96 inches apart.

“Triple Axles” shall not exceed 42,000 pounds, when such three or more consecutive axles are spaced more than 96 inches and not more than 120 inches apart.

“Quad Axles” shall not exceed 50,000 pounds when such four or more consecutive axles, arranged in tandem, are spaced more than 120 inches and not more than 150 inches apart.

No authorization is required for vehicles and/or loads up to and including 120,000 pounds if legal axle weights are not exceeded. Any vehicle and or load exceeding the above weight limitations cannot legally use the Kansas Turnpike without advance authorization from the Chief Engineer/General Manager, the Division I Engineer, or the Division II Engineer. Such authorization will be unlikely except in extreme emergency, or disaster situations.

6. Mobile Homes a. Mobile homes up to 12 feet - 6 inches in width may be moved day or night.





b. Mobile homes over 12 feet - 6 inches in width, and up to and including 14 feet in width may be moved only during daylight hours.

c. The movement of mobile homes over 14 feet in width will be limited to daylight hours, Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.. Additionally, the movement of such mobile homes on the Kansas Turnpike must be concluded by noon on any day preceding a legal holiday. At least one escort vehicle is required to accompany the movement of mobile homes over 14 feet in width on the Kansas Turnpike.

d. Overall length will be allowed up to and including 119 feet.

KS-11 02/15 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual e. All mobile homes must be towed by a truck-tractor specifically designed and equipped to tow mobile homes. Towing of more than one mobile home at any one time will not be permitted.

f. All movement of mobile homes must comply with the Kansas Department of Transportation Rules and Regulations regarding flags, lights, signing, and insurance requirements.

7. Other Information Special permits from the Kansas Department of Transportation are not required to move oversize loads on the Kansas Turnpike. Movement of any oversize loads, however, must comply with Kansas laws governing authority, insurance, lights, flags, signs, placards and safety equipment. It is the responsibility of the driver of any oversize vehicle and/or load entering or exiting the Kansas Turnpike to determine if the toll plaza has adequate space for the safe entry or exiting of the vehicle and/or load.

Restrictions on the movement of some or all oversize vehicles or combinations of vehicles may be temporarily implemented due to wind, weather, road or construction conditions. Daylight hours are those hours between sunrise and sunset.

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PERMIT ORDERING

Customers may simply print the standard permit application from www.truckingKS.org or contact Permit office 785-368-6501) to request a copy of the application. When the application is complete, customers may fax this form back to the Permit office at 785-296-6558 Customers must pay for any permit by using a pre-established escrow account provided by the central

permit office. If an application is sent through the mail a check may be used made out to the kdor. Call785to establish an escrow account or charge the permit fee against any one of four credit cards:

Discover VISA Master Card, or American Express Debit

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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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KY-2 10/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual

PERMIT RESTRICTIONS

General - Permits shall be valid 24/7 except from 7 – 9 AM and 4 – 6 PM Monday through Friday in the following: 5 counties, Boone, Campbell, Fayette, Jefferson, and Kenton and no travel is allowed on the 431 bridge in Owensboro.

* An overweight or overdimensional load originating in Fayette County shall be exempt from traffic rush hour restrictions on Interstate 64 and Interstate 75 in Fayette County and on connecting routes to both interstates up to a distance of three (3) miles from the interstates.

Self-propelled equipment must follow all oversize rules and regulations. Weight is calculated based on tire size, number of axles, and axle spacing. 700 lbs per inch of tire width or 20,000 lbs, whichever is less.

24/7 travel DOES NOT APPLY FOR MOBILE HOMES Mobile homes are allowed daylight hours only Monday through Saturday with no travel permitted on Sunday. Effective March 18, 2005 due to HB 309.

Insurance — No requirement for proof of insurance to be on file. Minimum insurance requirement for $750/500/10.

Weekend/Night Travel – All overweight/Overdimensional moves, except mobile homes, can travel 24 hours a day 7 days a week unless otherwise noted on the permit. Mobile home movements are restricted to Monday thru Saturday daylight hours only and no travel permitted Sunday.

County Restriction All permitted loads are restricted to the following counties 7am to 9am or 4pm to 6pm Monday through

Friday:

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* An overweight or overdimensional load originating in Fayette County shall be exempt from traffic rush hour restrictions on Interstate 64 and Interstate 75 in Fayette County and on connecting routes to both interstates up to a distance of three (3) miles from the interstates.

Holiday – There is no longer a "holiday" restriction in Kentucky unless it is a Superload, is a House move, or a restriction is otherwise noted on the permit.

The State Permit Office is closed on the following holidays:

Good Friday, New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Martin Luther King Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.

Inclement Weather – A move of an overweight/overdimensional load more than 12’ wide shall not be made on a highway if a wind advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service; or if adverse weather conditions or road conditions would cause these moves to be dangerous.

Permit Information Required — Tractor information; type of carrier; DOT motor carrier number; KYU number; load description; overall dimensions; gross weight; origin and destination; routes to be traveled;

effective dates.

Licenses KENTUCKY HIGHWAY USE LICENSE (KYU): This license is required for vehicles with a registered gross weight of 60,000 lbs. and above to report mileage tax. A surety bond is only required for carriers whose license has been cancelled for any reason.

KY-3 10/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual INTERNATIONAL FUEL TAX AGREEMENT LICENSE (IFTA): This license is required for interstate carriers with a gross registered weight exceeding 26,000 lbs. or vehicles with 3 or more axles regardless of weight to report fuel use tax. Kentucky currently exempts farm plated vehicles, buses and government vehicles. Exemptions are different for each state. If you are required to file taxes you will need to obtain an IFTA license through Kentucky. More information is available.

KENTUCKY INTRASTATE TAX LICENSE (KIT): This license is required for intrastate carriers with a gross registered weight exceeding 26,000 lbs. or vehicles with 3 or more axles regardless of weight to report fuel use tax.

Authorities – Carrier must have all authorities before applying for an OW/OD permit.

INTRASTATE AUTHORITY: Required for all intrastate for-hire carriers.

KENTUCKY REGULATED AUTHORITY: Required for intrastate for-hire carriers transporting passengers and/or household goods. To obtain an application for this authority, please call 502ICC EXEMPT AUTHORITY: Required if you are operating as an interstate for-hire carrier transporting goods exempt from ICC Regulations.

ICC AUTHORITY: Required if you are operating as an interstate for-hire carrier transporting goods subject to ICC Regulations. To obtain an application for this authority, please call 202-358-7106 or 202-358-7108.

US D.O.T. NUMBER: Required if you are operating vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating or actual gross weight of 10,001 lbs. or above. In Kentucky, all vehicles plated at 10,000 lbs. and above are considered commercial. Some private farm plated vehicles also need a US D.O.T.

number. Farm plated vehicles with the gross vehicle weight rating or actual gross weight of 10,001 lbs. or above operating interstate will need a US D.O.T. number. Intrastate farm plated vehicles with the gross vehicle weight rating or actual gross weight exceeding 26,000 lbs. will also need a US D.O.T. number. To obtain an application, please go to our Forms and Applications page,

Section 2 Item H, or call the applicable number:

KY based carriers: (502) 564-4127 Out-of-state carriers: (800) 832-5660 or visit the FMCSA at http://safer.fmcsa.dot.gov INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATION PLAN (IRP): Required for interstate carriers who operate through two or more of the member jurisdictions with a gross weight exceeding 26,000 lbs. or vehicles with 3 or more axles regardless of weight. Vehicles operating intrastate in any member jurisdiction would either have to IRP Apportion Register or purchase a Trip Permit. For questions regarding this authority, please call 502-564-4120 or e-mail irp.dmc@ky.gov. More information is available.

KY-4 10/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual UNIFIED CARRIER REGISTRATION (UCR): A Federal Mandated Program enforced by participating states. UCR (Unified Carrier Registration) - any motor carrier that operates in interstate or international commerce is subject to the UCRA (Unified Carrier Registration Agreement) fees. This includes: Motor Carriers, Motor Private Carriers, Leasing Companies, Brokers, and Freight Forwarders.

ATTENTION Overweight/Overdimensional carriers. - Route survey required with all loads over 15' 6".

PERMIT TYPES

Single Trip – valid for 10 calendar days.

Annual — 7 types of annuals. An Annual permit is a truck specific permit that allows that truck to move continuously throughout the state without having to contact the Permit Office for approval.

Industrial Haul Permit – Authorized by KRS 189.271.

FEES Single Trip — $60

Annual — $20 to $500 See OW/OD Permits and Specifications at:

http://dmc.kytc.ky.gov/owod/owod_permits_and_specs.htm

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