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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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You may also obtain an extended permit through a permit service. However, you must register with MBOS, add the task for Oversize/Overwieght Permits, click on the link once and select carrier from the dropdown prior to using a permit service. The permit services submit permits electronically as described above, and then forward them onto their customers. A list of permit services may be viewed by clicking on the following link: http://www.michigan.gov/mdot/0,4616,7-151-9625_56949-172644--,00.html.

If you still have questions regarding extended permits, please contact the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), Transport Permits Unit at (517) 241-8999.

Extended permits are usually issued within 15 to 21 business days from the time it is received by the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). Also, if the information submitted is inaccurate or incomplete, further information may be requested, which will delay issuance. Therefore, in order to ensure you receive your new permit prior to the expiration of your existing permit, MDOT recommends submitting the renewal application a minimum of 30 days prior to expiration of the existing permit. Permits can be applied for up to 60 days prior to expiration.


Crystal Falls TSC 120 Tobin-Alpha Road Crystal Falls, MI 49920 (906) 875-6644 Toll Free: (866) 584-8100 Fax: (906) 875-6264

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Ishpeming TSC 100 S. Westwood Drive Ishpeming, MI 49849 (906) 485-4270 Toll Free: (888) 920-6368 Fax: (906) 485-4878 Newberry TSC 14113 M-28 Newberry, MI 49868 (906) 293-5168 Toll Free: (866) 740-6368 Fax: (906) 293-3331 Alpena TSC 1540 Airport Road Alpena, MI 49707 (989) 356-2231 Toll Free: (877) 404-6368 Fax: (989) 354-4142 Cadillac TSC 100 E. Chapin Cadillac, MI 49601 (231) 775-3487 Toll Free: (800) 943-6368 Fax: (231) 775-0301 Grayling TSC 1680 Hartwick Pines Road Grayling, MI 49738 (989) 344-1802 Toll Free: (888) 811-6368 Fax: (989) 344-8403 Traverse City TSC 2084 US-31 South, Ste B Traverse City, MI 49684 (231) 941-1986 Toll Free: (888) 457-6368 Fax: (231) 941-1512 Grand Rapids TSC 2660 Leonard St. NE Grand Rapids, MI 49525 (616) 464-1800 Fax: (616) 464-1189 Howard City TSC 19153 W. Howard City-Edmore Rd Howard City, MI 49329 (231) 937-7780 Fax: (231) 937-2281 Muskegon TSC 2225 Olthoff Drive Muskegon, MI 49444 (231) 777-3451 Fax: (231) 777-3621 MI-8 09/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual Bay City TSC 2590 E. Wilder Road Bay City, MI 48706 (989) 671-1555 Fax: (989) 671-1530 Cass City TSC 6867 E. Cass City Road Cass City, MI 48726 (989) 872-3007 Fax: (989) 872-4464 Davison TSC 9459 Potter Road Davison, MI 48423 (810) 653-7470 Fax: (810) 653-1248 Mt. Pleasant TSC 1212 Corporate Drive Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858 (989) 773-7756 Fax: (989) 775-6329 Coloma TSC 3880 Red Arrow Highway Benton Harbor, MI 49022 (269) 849-1165 Toll Free: (877) 321-6368 Fax: (269) 849-1227 Kalamazoo TSC 5372 S. 9TH St Kalamazoo, MI 49009 (269) 375-8900 Toll Free: (877) 320-6368 Fax:(269) 544-0080 Marshall TSC 15300 W. Michigan Avenue Marshall, MI 49068 (269) 789-0592 Toll Free: (877) 324-6368 Fax: (269) 789-0936 Brighton TSC 10321 E. Grand River, Ste 500 Brighton, MI 48116 (810) 227-4681 Fax: (810) 227-7929 Jackson Specialty Crews Office 800 Chanter Road Jackson, MI 49201 (517) 783-2871 Fax: (517) 783-2236 Jackson TSC 2750 N. Elm Road Jackson, MI 49201-6802 (517) 780-7540 Fax: (517) 780-5454 Lansing TSC 1019 Trowbridge Road East Lansing, MI 48823 MI-9 09/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual (517) 324-2260 Fax: (517) 324-0294 Detroit TSC 1400 Howard St.

Detroit, MI 48216 (313) 965-6350 Fax: (313) 965-5933 Macomb TSC 38257 Mound Road Sterling Heights, MI 48310 (586) 978-1935 Fax: (586) 978-8075 Oakland TSC 2300 Dixie Highway, Ste 300 Waterford, MI 48328-1810 (248) 451-0001 Fax: (248) 451-0108 Port Huron TSC 2127 11th Ave.

Port Huron, MI 48060 (810) 985-5011 Fax: (810) 985-5042 Taylor TSC 25185 Goddard Road Taylor, MI 48180-3923 (313) 375-2400 Fax: (313) 295-0822 MDOT RE Support Area Transport Permit Unit 7050 W. Saginaw Hwy.

Lansing, MI 48917 (517) 373-2121 Fax: (517) 373-4340


Recent Changes – Senate Bill 2012-PA-0800 Section 719 part (3)(f) Effective April 11, 2012 The following vehicles and combinations of vehicles shall not be operated on a designated highway of this

state in excess of these lengths:

Truck tractor and lowboy semitrailer combinations: no maximum overall length, if the lowboy semitrailer does not exceed 59 feet, except as otherwise permitted under this subdivision. A lowboy semitrailer wheelbase shall not exceed 55 feet as measured from the kingpin coupling to the center of the rear axle. A lowboy semitrailer more than 59 feet in length shall not operate with more than any combination of 4 axles on the lowboy unless an oversized load permit is issued by the state transportation department or a local authority with respect to highways under its jurisdiction. As used in this subdivision, “lowboy semitrailer” means a flatbed semitrailer with a depressed section that has the specific purpose of being lowered and raised for loading and unloading.

Senate Bill-PA-00232 Section 719 part (3)(a) Effective July 5, 2012 the following vehicles and combinations of vehicles shall not be operated on a designated highway of this

state in excess of these lengths:

Truck tractor and semitrailer combinations: no overall length limit, the semitrailer 53 feet. All semitrailers longer than 50 feet shall have a wheelbase of 37.5 to 40.5 feet plus or minus 0.5 feet, measured from the kingpin coupling to the center of the rear axle or the center of the rear axle assembly. City, village, or county authorities may prohibit stops of vehicles with a semitrailer longer than 50 feet within their jurisdiction unless the stop occurs along appropriately designated routes, or is necessary for emergency purposes or to reach shippers, receivers, warehouses, and terminals along designated routes.

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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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Length that exceeds 170’ may require special hours of move.


General - Permits are valid for seven consecutive days. Single trip permits for building movers are valid for fourteen days. A copy of the MnDOT permit and its attachments, including these General Conditions, must be carried in the vehicle during transport and made available upon demand to law enforcement or a MnDOT official. A legible and complete permit copy may be presented on an electronic device.

Permit Exemptions:

When hauling utility poles (over-length only) Driving or towing Implements of Husbandry (e.g. farm equipment) at speeds less than 30 miles per hour.

No interstate travel is allowed.

Through a Governor's Order or Disaster Relief Insurance - Proof of liability insurance is not required to be on file with the MN/DOT Permit office.

Weekend/Night Travel - Authorized hours of movement are found under “Permit Travel Hours” on our web site. However, a permit may require different travel hours when deemed necessary.

Rush hourrestrictions do not apply to loads up to 12’6” wide, 14’ high, and 95’L.

Twin Cities Rush Hour Period: The Twin Cities metro area rush hour restriction periods are 6:00 AM – 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM – 6:00 PM.

The Twin Cities metropolitan area includes all of Anoka, Hennepin, Ramsey, and Washington Counties as well as portions of Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Goodhue, Isanti, Le Sueur, Mille Lacs,

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Duluth Rush Hour Period: The Duluth metro area rush hour restriction periods are 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM and 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM.

Rush hour restrictions apply to weekdays only. More information is found at our web site under Permit Travel Hours.

Rush hour: restrictions do not apply to loads up to 12’6” wide, 14’ high, and 95’L.

Twin Cities Rush Hour Period: The Twin Cities metro area rush hour restriction periods are 6:00 AM – 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM – 6:00 PM.

The Twin Cities metropolitan area includes all of Anoka, Hennepin, Ramsey, and Washington Counties as well as portions of Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Goodhue, Isanti, Le Sueur, Mille Lacs, Rice, Scott, Sherburne, Sibley, and Wright counties.

Duluth Rush Hour Period: The Duluth metro area rush hour restriction periods are 7:00 AM – 8:30 AM and 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM.

Rush hour restrictions apply to weekdays only. More information is found at our web site under Permit Travel Hours.

Daily, Continuous, except:

No Movement Friday and Sunday After 2PM, between Memorial Day through Labor Day Twin Cities and Duluth Rush Hour (see below) Observed Holidays (New Year’s, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas) Special Event (Walleye/Northern Fishing Opener) Local Events If load does not exceed 12’6” wide, 14’ high, 95’ long combination (or legal length for single vehicle), then travel is allowed during Duluth and Twin Cities rush hour (except on MN244 between MN96 and CR12 in Washington County).

Observed Holidays & Special Event Restrictions No Move from 2PM the Day Before the holiday until 2AM the Day After the Holiday. National holidays observed are: New Year’s, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.

Permit Office is closed for the following Holidays, but travel is allowed: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, President's Day, Veteran’s Day.

Special Event (Walleye/Northern Fishing Opener – Mother’s Day Weekend) ○ Approval might be given to move during different hours in special cases; those hours must be listed on the permit itself.

Posted Roads- Please click on the following link for winter weight and spring load restrictions:


See http://www.mrr.dot.state.mn.us/research/seasonal_load_limits/sllindex.asp for seasonal load limits.

Inclement Weather: Movement is not authorized when weather or road conditions are hazardous due to snow, ice or rain; when visibility is less than ¼ mile; or when winds or wind gusts prevent the permitted vehicle from staying in its travel lane.

It is the driver’s responsibility to monitor local weather reports and/or MN511 to determine satisfactory travel conditions.

Minnesota road condition information is available at the Web site www.511mn.org Permit Information Required - Description of load; tractor and trailer information; weight of load;

dimensions of load; overall dimensions; gross weight; axle weights; tire size: # of tires per axle; axle

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Single Trip - One trip, valid for seven consecutive days from the date issued. Single trip permits issued to building movers are valid for fourteen days.

Job - Issued for two month time frame to one specific job site. The same routes and restrictions must be used. The Job Permit is issued to one specified truck with various listed trailers. Any changes will require a new Permit.

Oversize Annual/Seasonal - Issued to one truck, for limited load types, and valid for up to 12 months for vehicles with dimensions up to 14'6" in width, 14' in height, 60' single unit length, or 85' combination length.

Oversize and Overweight Annual - Same dimensions as those listed for the oversize annual to a maximum GVW of 145,000 lbs.

Between sunset and sunrise, OVERSIZE LOAD signs must be lighted or reflective with amber warning lights on each end, visible at least 500 ft. to the front and rear. Amber lights must outline the load every 20 ft.

with red lights at the rearmost point. Front escort is required on 2-lane non-divided roads and rear escort is required on multi-lane, divided roads when width exceeds 12'6" and/or when length exceeds 95'0".

FEES See http://www.dot.state.mn.us/cvo/oversize/annualseasonalpermitchart.pdf for current fee

schedule for annual and seasonal permits:

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Issued for up to 60 days. This permit type allows same type of non-divisible objects and configuration over one designated route. Must be used by the same permit user, with same vehicle, similar size and weights, with identical restrictions from/to one job site. Overweight Job Permits are calculated “Damage Assessment Fee” X number of moves = $36.00 fee.

**Mileage fee based on damage assessment cost factors per mile, and is calculated according to the axle group weights, number of axles, and cents per mile traveled. Mileage fee rates and fee calculation example is on the Damage Assessment Table that follows.

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A) N/A - not available.

B) Single axle = 20,000 pounds; no fee.

C) The cost factors listed are accumulative for total vehicle group weights. Example: three tandem axle groups at 40,000 pounds each equal a cost factor of $ 0.54 per mile.

D) Cost factors listed above are multiplied times the distance in miles. This total is added to base fee.

Annual & Seasonal Permits:

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* Permit is for oversize only, no overweight available.

** Permit is available at fee noted for Oversize Only, but both over weight and oversize is available for higher fee (see Overweight Annual Permit Fees, below)

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Certification – Effective 1/1/14, Pilot Car Escorts are required to be certified by the Minnesota State Patrol. For information on training and certification reciprocity, please visit http://hennepintech.edu/customizedtraining/cts/100.

Generally, escort vehicles are required when overall widths exceed 14'6", or under the following conditions:

On any divided roadway, or when overall lengths are between 95’0” and 110’0”, one rear escort is needed.

On any non-divided roadways, or when overall lengths exceed 110', a front and rear escort is needed.

Perimeter Flags & Lights Flags are required on all loads over 9' in width and/or 75' in length for vehicle combinations (45’ length for single unit motor vehicle). Red, yellow or orange flags must be at least 18" square and displayed on all corners and widest points of the permitted load and vehicle. For over legal length loads, the flag must be mounted at the tip of front and tip of rear (flag at rear must be red) overhang, as well as, every 20’ along the side of the load and/or vehicle combination. At night, a steady amber light must be used in place of flag(s), except at the rear, where the light must be red. Flags are not required on escort vehicles.

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