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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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Holiday I) Movement is restricted on the following holidays: New Year’s Day (January 1), Memorial Day (last Monday in May), Independence Day (July 4), Labor Day (1st Monday in September), Thanksgiving Day (4th Thursday in November), and Christmas Day (December 25).

1. The restriction for Thanksgiving will begin at 12:00 noon on Wednesday and apply until one-half (1/2) hour before sunrise on the following Monday. In the event a holiday falls on Saturday, the restriction will apply to the preceding Friday. If a holiday falls on Sunday, the restriction will apply to the following Monday. On all holidays, the restriction will begin at 12:00 noon on the day preceding the holiday or the holiday weekend period.

2. All offices are closed on the holidays listed in paragraph (1)(I)1. Only the Jefferson City office will be open on Martin Luther King Day (3rd Mon in Jan), Lincoln’s Day (Feb 12), Presidents’ Day (3rd Mon in Feb), Truman Day (May 8), Columbus Day (2nd Mon in Oct), and Veterans’ Day (Nov 11). All other offices will be closed on these dates, and on any date designated by the governor as a holiday;

however, movement under permit is allowed on these days.

During specific holiday periods, oversized and overweight loads are not allowed to use Missouri highways.

During specific holiday periods, oversized and overweight loads are not allowed to use Missouri highways.

Memorial Day 2015 - No movement from 12:00 noon 5/23/15 until 5/26/14 Independence Day 2015 - No movement from 12:00 noon 7/3/15 until 7/5/15 Labor Day 2015 - No movement from 12:00 noon 9/04/15 until 9/08/15 Thanksgiving 2015 - No movement from 12:00 noon 11/26/15 until 11/30/15 Christmas 2015 - No movement from 12:00 noon 12/24/15 until 12/26/15 New Year's 2015-2016 - No movement from 12:00 noon 12/31/15 until 1/2/16 Inclement Weather – No movement is allowed when road conditions are hazardous, such as snow and ice covered or when hazardous cross winds affect the movement or when weather conditions are such to limit the visibility to less than five hundred feet (500’);

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Height and weight shall be in accordance with Chapter 304 of the Missouri Revised Statutes. The fee schedule for blanket permits is outlined in subsection (4)(E). Separate permits are required for each power unit. To qualify for an annual blanket permit, insurance must be in force for the entire period (see section and vehicles must be properly licensed Annual blanket permits are issued only by the Missouri Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Services Division, 1320 Creek Trail Drive, PO Box 893, Jefferson City, MO

65102. All annual permits will expire at 12:00 a.m. on January 1 of the following year.

Violation of a blanket permit shall be cause for revocation of the current blanket permit and may result in loss of the privilege of obtaining future blanket permits. Blanket permit moves shall be made in accordance with all other regulations and requirements. The permittee is required to obtain current travel restrictions prior to movement with blanket permits.

(A) These permits authorize travel over the state highway system only. Movement from origin to destination must be by the most feasible direct route. All conditions, safety considerations, bridge loading and clearance postings shall be complied with. The permittee shall properly warn traffic, adjust speed, and if necessary, stop traffic when crossing bridges where the load exceeds one-half (1/2) the roadway width of the bridge.

Travel over structures on which load limits are posted for lesser weights is not allowed. Permittees traveling on interstate highways shall maintain the posted minimum speed.

(B) Single Commodity.

1. Manufactured and sectional home units. Annual blanket permits are available for the movement of manufactured and sectional home units up to and including twelve feet four inches (12’4”) in width and one hundred fifty feet (150’) in overall length. Height and weight shall be legal.

2. Farm products (hay). Annual blanket permits are available for farm products (hay) up to and including twelve feet four inches (12’4”) in width. All other sizes and weight shall be legal. Farm products (hay) will not be required to comply with the reducible load requirement for width.

3. Farm implements and construction equipment. Annual blanket permits are available for these moves up to and including twelve feet four inches (12’4”) in width and/or overall length up to a maximum of one hundred fifty feet (150’). Height and weight shall be legal. Farm implements or equipment not designed for towing at highway speeds must be hauled. If the equipment is designed to be towed, it shall meet all regulatory safety requirements. Farm equipment with dual tires will not be required to comply with the reducible load requirement for width.

4. One hundred (100)-mile radius blanket for farmers and farm implement dealers. Annual blanket permits are available to farm implement dealers and farmers for movement of farm implements up to and including fourteen feet six inches (14’6”) in width. All other dimensions and weight shall be legal. This blanket is only valid for moves within a one hundred (100) mile radius of permittee’s principal place of business. All other permit regulations, including but not limited to times of travel, signing and escorts) will apply. Farm implements not designed for towing at highway speeds must be hauled. If the equipment is designed to be towed, it shall meet all regulatory safety requirements.





5. Implements of husbandry and transporting vehicle. Annual blanket permits are available for movement up to and including twelve feet four inches (12’4”) in width. All other dimensions and weight shall be legal.

Implements of husbandry are machines designed specifically for the application of commercial plant-food materials or agricultural chemicals and off-road usage. Such units shall not operate under their own power on the interstate system.

6. Repeated moves of like objects. Annual blanket permits for the movement of specific nonreducible commodities may be issued to a maximum width of twelve feet four inches (12’4”) and/or overall length up to a maximum of one hundred fifty feet (150’). Height and weight shall be legal. The following items may be considered: boats, portable buildings, wood trusses, steel trusses, plates, beams, angles, pipe or piling, reinforcing steel mesh, rods or bars, tanks, mobile office trailers, grain carts, cotton trailers, park trailers, precast concrete panels, aluminum plates, wood beams and concrete girders. The permit will describe and specify the object to be hauled. A blanket permit may be issued for the repeated movement of objects for permanent use in their transported form. Such objects may vary in size as long as the largest is within the width and/or length limit specified on the permit.

Multipiece loads must be nonreducible and nondivisible in dimension.

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Height and weight shall be legal. MULTIPIECE LOADS SHALL BE NONREDUCIBLE AND NONDIVISIBLE. (D) Blanket permits are also available for items that may be oversize or overweight with varying operation

areas and time periods. These blanket permits may be issued as explained in the following paragraphs:

1. Thirty (30)-day blanket. Blanket permits up to and including twelve feet four inches (12’4”) wide and/or overall length up to and including one hundred fifty feet (150’) covering specified travel over listed routes may be issued for a period not exceeding thirty (30) days to expedite construction or repair of public utilities or public works clearly in the public interest; Height must be legal;

2. Well-drilling blanket. Blanket permits for well-drilling rigs may be issued to a maximum width of twelve feet four inches (12’4”), and/or overlength to a maximum of sixty feet (60’) for single units and weights not to exceed twenty thousand (20,000) pounds or legal weight on a single axle, forty thousand (40,000) pounds on a tandem axle group or sixty thousand (60,000) pounds on a triple or quadrum axle group and a gross weight not to exceed the maximum allowable gross weight according to the number of axles and the specified axle spacings as shown on the weight table in subsection (11)(G). Equipment classified for use in well-drilling work is a single unit designed primarily to drill wells. The unit shall be reduced in size as much as practical. Drill bits and other necessary drilling tools may be carried with the drill rig provided the permitted axle and gross vehicle weight are not exceeded. The permit authorizes travel over the state highway system only and the unit must be able to maintain the posted minimum speed on the interstate system. Travel over bridge structures on which a load limit is posted for lesser weights is not allowed;

3. Emergency response blanket. Annual blanket permits for the initial response and direct return from an emergency are available up to and including twelve feet four inches (12’4”) in width, one hundred fifty feet (150’) in length and maximum axle weights and gross weight as allowed in section (11). Height shall be legal. This permit authorizes travel over the state highway system only. Travel over bridge structures on which a load limit is posted for lesser weight is not allowed. The restriction prohibiting travel in tourist areas, during curfew hours, at night and on holidays or holiday weekend periods will be waived for the initial response to the emergency site. Clearance lights in lieu of flags and reflectorized oversize load signs are required for night travel. See section (12) for additional procedures for emergency travel;

4. Public utility. Blanket overlength permits not exceeding one hundred fifty feet (150’) in length (width, height and weight must be legal) may be issued to a public utility company, a public agency or their contractor to transport poles or pipe for minor construction, reconstruction, replacements or emergency repairs. Such permits shall be issued for each power unit to travel from the nearest available pole or pipe storage yard. The restriction prohibiting travel in tourist areas, during curfew hours, at night and on holidays or holiday weekend periods is waived for emergency repairs. Clearance lights in lieu of flags and reflectorized oversize load signs are required for night travel (see subsection (12)(J));

5. Sludge disposal units. Blanket permits are available for travel on the state highway system other than the interstate and shall not exceed eleven feet six inches (11’6”) in width. All other dimensions and weight shall be legal;

6. Concrete pump truck blanket. Blanket permits for concrete pump trucks may be issued to a maximum width of twelve feet four inches (12’4”), and/or overlength to a maximum of sixty feet (60’) for single units and weights not to exceed twenty thousand (20,000) pounds or legal weight on a single axle, forty thousand (40,000) pounds on a tandem axle group or sixty thousand (60,000) pounds on a triple or quadrum axle group and a gross weight not to exceed the maximum allowable gross weight according to the number of axles and the specified axle spacings as shown on the weight table in subsection (11)(G).

This permit authorizes travel over the state highway system only and the vehicle must be able to maintain the posted minimum speed on the interstate system. Travel over bridge structures on which a load limit is posted for lesser weights is not allowed.

7. Projects. Blanket permits are available for the movement and/or operation of oversize and overweight road-building equipment within the limits of a specific highway project or combination of projects, for a period not to exceed the completion date of that project. The permittee shall coordinate movement and/or operation necessity and procedures with the project engineer and collectively submit a permit application containing all pertinent information to include any special or unusual circumstances with a recommendation to the Missouri Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Services Division, 1320 Creek Trail Drive, PO Box 893, Jefferson City, MO 65102;

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8. Longer combination vehicles (LCV) blanket permits. This permit may include combinations defined as Rocky Mountain Doubles (RMD), Turnpike Doubles (TPD), and triple-trailers currently allowed to operate on turnpikes in other states. Annual blanket permits are available for longer combination vehicles up to one hundred twenty feet (120’) in overall length to travel to and from locations within twenty (20) miles of the western border of this state. One hundred twenty thousand (120,000) lbs. is allowed for LCVs entering from the Kansas border. Ninety five thousand (95,000) lbs. is allowed for LCVs entering from the Nebraska border and ninety thousand (90,000) lbs. is allowed for LCVs entering from the Oklahoma border. All other dimensions shall be legal. LCV blanket permits are allowed overweight as allowed in the state from which they enter. This permit authorizes travel over specified routes on the state highway system, and

9. Government agency. Annual blanket permits are available for government agencies up to and including twelve feet four inches (12’4”) in width, one hundred fifty feet (150’) in length and maximum axle weights and gross weight as allowed in section (11). Height shall be legal.

Crossing Permits and Commercial Zone Bridge Analysis:

(A) Highway crossing. A single day permit is available to allow off-road machinery to be transported or driven across a state maintained highway in order to access adjacent properties.

Size and weight limitations will be based on physical restrictions at the location of the crossing;

and (B) Commercial Zone Bridge Analysis. A bridge analysis is available for loads moving under legal commercial zone weight limits that are too heavy to cross a posted structure. Fee $265 Applications must include information as outlined in section (4)(D).

FEES All oversize and overweight applications should be completed and fees filed at least two (2) days prior to the date of movement, except permits covered by sections (15) and (16) should allow two (2) weeks advance notice. This will allow sufficient time for any investigations, studies or analysis necessary for the issuance of the official permit.

Applications for permits are accepted in person, by mail, by telephone, and online.

Applications may be reproduced or copies will be furnished upon request. Each application shall show all information requested in regard to the applicant, load description (including make, model, serial number and dimensions) and vehicle description (including vehicle combination, year, make, vehicle identification number, insurance and license). The type of power unit (truck or tractor) and trailer (semi or other configuration) shall also be required.

Application for an oversize permit must show the width, length, and height of the commodity being hauled as well as the overall width, overall length, and overall height. Application for an overweight permit must show axle loads and axle spacings measured center-to-center between each axle. Additional information may be required to complete the application.

Special permit fees are payable prior to the issuance of the permit. If the permit becomes invalid for any reason, the original fee shall be nonrefundable and a new permit with fee will be necessary. Permit fee is required for expired permits still in approved status. Applicants are responsible for payment of permit fees for expired permits that are issued and left in approved status. Postal and telegraphic money orders, personal, company, certified and cashier’s checks, credit cards and electronic funds shall be made payable to the “Director of Revenue.” Cash is also accepted.

The special permit fees are as follows:

1. Single trip oversize permits including pre-issue—$15;

2. Single trip oversize permits in excess of sixteen feet (16’) wide, sixteen feet (16’) high or one hundred fifty feet (150’) long—$15 plus $250 movement feasibility fee;

3. Multi-stop oversize permit—$25 (farm implements only);



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