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7. The term “lift axle” shall mean any axle designed with the capabilities of manipulation or adjustment of the weight on it or the axle group by use of manual valve(s). Under no circumstances will “lift axles” be recognized in weight computations. An additional axle may be added to an existing axle group provided— A. All axles have a common equalization system;

B. All equalization is accomplished with automatic valves; and C. Axle lifting mechanism is located outside the cab, not readily accessible to driver; and

8. The term “booster axle” shall mean an extension of a hauling unit which when attached to the trailer adds a single axle, tandem, or triple axle group. To be acceptable, a booster axle must connect to the vehicle frame in such a manner as to equalize the load between axles;

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5-Axle Configurations Single-Tandem-Tandem (1-2-2) Single-Tandem-Spread (1-2-2) Minimum distance between the centers of the first and last axles is fifty-one feet (51’).

Maximum gross weight allowed on a 5-axle configuration is one hundred four thousand (104,000) pounds.

6-Axle Configurations Single-Tandem-Triple (1-2-3) Single-Triple-Tandem (1-3-2) Minimum distance between the centers of the first and last axle is fifty-one feet (51’).

Maximum gross weight allowed on a 6-axle configuration is one hundred twenty thousand pounds (120,000).

Configuration lengths from forty-three (43’) up to fifty-one feet (51’) will be allowed provided that the maximum gross weight on these configurations does not exceed one hundred twelve thousand pounds (112,000). When the configuration length is at least 43’ but less than fifty-one (51’), the maximum gross weight on any tandem axle grouping shall be forty thousand pounds (40,000) and the maximum gross weight on any tridem axle grouping shall be sixty thousand pounds (60,000).

7-Axle Configurations Single-Triple-Triple (1-3-3) (Routine Configuration) Single-Tandem-Quad (1-2-4) (Alternative Configuration) Single-Tandem-Triple-Single (1-2-3-1) Single-Triple-Tandem-Single (1-3-2-1) Single-Tandem-TandemTandem (1-2-2-2) Minimum distance between the centers of the first and last axles is fifty-five feet (55’) for the routine configuration, seventy-five feet (75’) for the alternative configuration, and sixty-nine feet (69’) for all other configurations.

The following axle group spacing limitation will apply to all of the configurations as shown above, but will not apply to the steering axle. A minimum distance of fourteen feet (14’) shall be required between centers of adjacent axles on consecutive tandem, triple and quad axle groupings and on single axles used in combination with these groupings.

Maximum gross weight allowed on a 7-axle configuration is one hundred thirty thousand (130,000) pounds for the alternative configuration and one hundred thirty-two thousand (132,000) pounds for the routine configuration, one hundred thirty-eight thousand (138,000) pounds for the 1-2-3-1 and 1-3-2-1 configurations, and one hundred fifty thousand (150,000) pounds for the 1-2-2-2 configuration.

8-Axle Configurations Single-Triple-Quad (1-3-4) (Routine Configuration) Single-Tandem-Tandem-Triple (1-2-2-3) Single-Triple-Triple-Single (1-3-3-1) Single-Triple-TandemTandem (1-3-2-2) Single-Tandem-Triple-Tandem (1-2-3-2) Minimum distance between the centers of the first and last axle is sixty-one feet (61’) for the routine configuration and seventy-five feet (75’) for all other configurations.

MO-14 01/15 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual The following axle group spacing limitation will apply to all of the configurations as shown above, but will not apply to the steering axle. A minimum distance of fourteen feet (14’) shall be required between centers of adjacent axles on consecutive tandem, triple and quad axle groupings and on single axles used in combination with these groupings.

Maximum gross weight allowed on an 8-axle configuration is one hundred forty-four thousand (144,000) pounds for the routine configuration and one hundred sixty thousand (160,000) pounds for all other configurations.

9-Axle Configurations Single-Triple-Tandem-Triple (1-3-2-3) (Routine Configuration) Single-Quad-Quad (1-4-4) (Alternative Configuration) Single-Tandem-Triple-Triple (1-2-3-3) Single-Triple-Quad-Single (1-3-4-1) Single-Triple-Triple-Tandem (1-3-3-2) Single-Tandem-Tandem-Tandem-Tandem (1-2-2-2-2) Minimum distance between the centers of the first and last axle is seventy-five feet (75’) for all configurations. The following axle group spacing limitation will apply to all of the configurations as shown above except for the alternative configuration, but will not apply to the steering axle. A minimum of fourteen feet (14’) shall be required between centers of adjacent axles on consecutive tandem, triple and quad axle groupings and on single axles used in combination with these groupings. When the alternative configuration is used, a minimum distance of thirty feet (30’) shall be required between centers of adjacent axles on the consecutive quad axle groupings.

Maximum gross weight allowed on a 9-axle configuration is one hundred fifty-six (156,000) pounds for the alternative configuration and one hundred sixty thousand (160,000) pounds for all other configurations.

10-Axle Configurations Single-Triple-Triple-Triple (1-3-3-3) (Routine Configuration) Single-Tandem-Tandem-Tandem-Triple (1-2-2-2-3) Single-Triple-Tandem-Tandem-Tandem (1-3-2-2-2) Single-Tandem-Triple-Tandem-Tandem (1-2-3-2-2) Single-Tandem-Tandem-Triple-Tandem (1-2-2-3-2) The minimum distance between the centers of the first and last axle is eighty-five feet (85’) for all configurations.





The following axle group spacing limitation will apply to all of the configurations as shown above except for the routine configuration, but will not apply to the steering axle.

A minimum of fourteen feet (14’) shall be required between centers of adjacent axles on consecutive tandem and triple axle groupings. When the routine configuration is used, a minimum distance of twenty feet (20’) shall be required between centers of adjacent axles on the consecutive triple axle groupings. When possible, the distribution of the loading to the various axle groupings should be done in a manner to equalize the loadings to all of the axles on the entire configuration. When full equalization between the axles on the configuration is not possible, the gross weight variation between the individual axles (excluding the steering axle) on the entire configuration shall not be more than twenty-five percent (25%).

The maximum gross weight allowed on a 10-axle configuration is one hundred sixty thousand (160,000) pounds.

11-Axle Configurations Single-Tandem-Tandem-Triple-Triple (1-2-2-3-3) Single-Tandem-Triple-Tandem-Triple (1-2-3-2-3) Single-Triple-Tandem-Tandem-Triple (1-3-2-2-3) Single-Triple-Triple-Tandem-Tandem (1-3-3-2-2) Single-Triple-Tandem-Triple-Tandem (1-3-2-3-2) Single-Tandem-Triple-Triple-Tandem (1-2-3-3-2) The minimum distance between the centers of the first and last axle is eighty-five feet (85’) for all configurations.

MO-15 01/15 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual The following axle group spacing limitation will apply to all of the configurations as shown above, but will not apply to the steering axle. A minimum distance of fourteen feet (14’) shall be required between centers of adjacent axles on consecutive tandem and triple axle groupings. When possible, the distribution of the loading to the various axle groupings should be done in a manner to equalize the loadings to all of the axles on the entire configuration.

When full equalization between the axles on the configuration is not possible, the gross weight variation between the individual axles (excluding the steering axle) on the entire configuration shall not be more than twenty-five percent (25%).

The maximum gross weight allowed on an 11-axle configuration is one hundred sixty thousand (160,000) pounds.

12-Axle Configurations Single-Tandem-Triple-Triple-Triple (1-2-3-3-3) Single-Triple-Tandem-Triple-Triple (1-3-2-3-3) SingleTriple-Triple-Tandem-Triple (1-3-3-2-3) Single-Triple-Triple-Triple-Tandem (1-3-3-3-2) The minimum distance between the centers of the first and last axle is eighty-five feet (85’) for all configurations.

The following axle group spacing limitation will apply to all of the configurations as shown above, but will not apply to the steering axle. A minimum distance of fourteen feet (14’) shall be required between centers of adjacent axles on consecutive tandem and triple axle groupings. When possible, the distribution of the loading to the various axle groupings should be done in a manner to equalize the loadings to all of the axles on the configuration.

When full equalization between the axles on the configuration is not possible, the gross weight variation between the individual axles (excluding the steering axle) on the entire configuration shall not be more than twenty-five percent (25%).

The maximum gross weight allowed on a 12-axle configuration is one hundred sixty thousand (160,000) pounds.

(D) The maximum allowable axle weights for permits are as follows:

1. Single axle—twenty thousand (20,000) pounds;

2. Tandem axle group—forty-six thousand (46,000) pounds, but not more than twenty-four thousand (24,000) pounds for any one (1) axle of a multi-axle group;

3. Triple axle group—sixty thousand (60,000) pounds, but not more than twenty-one thousand (21,000) pounds for any one (1) axle of a multi-axle group;

4. Quadrum axle group—seventy-two thousand (72,000) pounds, but not more than nineteen thousand (19,000) pounds for any one (1) axle of a quadrum axle group; and (E) Prior to issuing an overweight permit, the equalization system of the axle groups on the power unit and the trailer must be accepted by the Missouri Department of Transportation, Motor Carrier Services Division, 1320 Creek Trail Drive, PO Box 893, Jefferson City, MO 65102. Detailed schematic drawings may be requested. It shall be the responsibility of the applicant to contact the Motor Carrier Services Division for approval or disapproval;

(F) When it is necessary to move specialized equipment, such as mobile cranes, rock crushers, drilling equipment or other equipment which cannot be reasonably reduced in weight to comply with legal weights, consideration shall be given for a special permit for these moves. The applicant must first give assurance that the unit has been reasonably reduced in weight and dimension (exclusive of attachments that are an intricate part necessary for the operation of the machine and/or machine adjustments necessary for weight distribution).

After the weight has been reduced to a reasonable minimum, a special permit may be issued for 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, sixty thousand (60,000) pounds on a triple axle group or sixty thousand (60,000) pounds on a quadrum axle group. Axle and axle groups are defined in subsection (11)(C); and MO-16 01/15 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual (G) The maximum allowable gross weight in pounds for specialized equipment shall be determined by the

number of axles and the distance between the external axles as indicated in the following chart:

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If the specialized equipment exceeds the:

1. Allowable weight on an axle or axle group;

2. Gross weight for the number of axles; or

3. Does not meet the required axle spacings for the number of axles; the permit request will be considered according to the rules of section (15).

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The following requirements in addition to the requirements of oversize and overweight permit regulations for movement of loads up to twelve feet four inches (12'4") in width shall apply to all loads over twelve feet four inches (12'4") to fourteen feet (14') in overall width.

(A) Restrictions and Requirements. Bridge crossings may require stopping traffic on two (2)-lane highways where bridge width is less than twenty-eight feet (28'); a distance of at least one thousand feet (1,000') between oversize vehicles is required; escorts may act as flaggers.

1. Travel on interstate and other divided highways allowed from one-half (1/2) hour before sunrise to one-half (1/2) hour after sunset except where restricted in tourist and urban areas (see subsections (9)(D) and (9)(E)) and as prohibited by holiday restrictions in subsection (1)(I).

2. No movement Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on all other routes on the state highway system and no movement allowed on Saturday and Sunday in tourist areas (see subsection (9)(D)).

(B) Escort Requirements. One (1) escort is required for each oversize unit on the interstate and designated route system. This escort shall be in the rear on dual-lane, divided, or multi-lane pavement and in the front on two (2)-lane pavement. Travel on routes off interstate and designated route system will require two (2) escorts (one (1) front and one (1) rear). Continuous, uninterrupted two-way communication is required between the power unit and all escort vehicles.

(C) All permits will be one (1)-way single trip.

Regulations for the movement of loads over fourteen feet (14') to sixteen feet (16') overall width.

The following requirements, in addition to the requirements of oversize and overweight permit regulations for movement of loads up to twelve feet four inches (12'4") in width, shall apply to the movement of allowed loads. Farm products (hay) shall not exceed fourteen feet (14') in width.

(A) Routes over which these loads will be considered are highways with pavement at least twenty-four feet (24') wide with at least four foot (4') shoulders and travel on routes of lesser width shall be for the shortest practical distance to complete the move, unless traffic volume, roadway alignment and/or other circumstances justify alternate routing.

1. Travel on interstate and other divided highways allowed from one-half (1/2) hour before sunrise to one-half (1/2) hour after sunset, except where restricted in tourist and urban areas (see subsections (9)(D) and (E)); and movement is limited to Monday through Friday except as prohibited by holiday restrictions (see subsection (1)(I)).

2. Movement is further restricted from 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on all other routes on the state highway system.

(B) Escort Requirements. One (1) escort is required in the rear on interstate and other divided highways.

Two (2) escorts are required on all multi-lane undivided and two (2)-lane highways, one (1) front and one (1) rear. Continuous, uninterrupted two-way communication is required between the power unit and all escort vehicles.

(C) Additional Restrictions and Requirements.

1. No movement on two (2)-lane highways when dirt shoulders are wet.

2. Bridge crossing may require stopping traffic on two (2)-lane highways where bridge width is less than thirty-two feet (32'). A distance of at least one thousand feet (1,000') between oversize vehicles is required; escorts may act as flaggers.

(D) All permits will be one (1)-way single trip.

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Loads in excess of routine permit limits will be considered according to the following regulations when air,

rail or water terminal points are not available:

(A) All permit applications with dimensions or weights exceeding the routine limits of the preceding oversize and overweight permit rule (generally in excess of sixteen feet (16') wide, sixteen feet (16') high, one hundred fifty feet (150') long and/or over one hundred sixty thousand (160,000) pounds gross weight) shall be submitted by fax or online, along with proof of insurance. Valid vehicle registration may be required, as well as minimum of $425 in escrow (to cover the cost of a bridge analysis) before an application can be processed. Applications for this type of move are available on request or online. The applicant should allow at least two (2) weeks for a route evaluation. If any problems exist that may prevent the move from reaching its destination over the state highway system, the application will not be approved.



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