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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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For a complete listing of available permits view the User Guide on the DelDOT OSOW Permit System web site www.osow.deldot.gov FEES Single Trip $10 issuance fee $5 per each 8,000 lbs. or fraction over legal weight Multi-Trip $30 per month Superload $30 plus $5.00 per each 8,000 pounds or fraction thereof over the legal weight Annual Crane $1,500 (plus a weight fee) for Self-Propelled Cranes up to and including 24,000 pounds and $2,500 (plus a weight fee) for Self-Propelled Cranes over 24,000 pounds.

For a complete listing of permit fees view the User Guide on the DelDOT OSOW Permit System web site www.osow.deldot.gov

ESCORTS AND SIGNS

Warning Signs — Warning signs shall be in evidence during all oversize movements. Load hauling vehicle warning signs shall be at least seven (7) feet long and eighteen (18) inches high. The sign's background shall be yellow with black lettering, and for night moves, of high-intensity reflective material. Letters shall DE-4 04/14 SC&RA Oversize/Overweight Permit Manual be at least ten (10) inches high with a 1.41 inch brush stroke. Note: If Series E Modified is used, the brush stroke is to be two (2) inches.

Vehicles and loads exceeding legal width shall display two signs with the wording "OVERSIZE LOAD". One sign shall be on the front of the vehicle. The other shall be on the rear of the load; however, if the sign cannot be attached to, or is not legible on the load, then the sign shall be attached to the rear of the vehicle itself.

Vehicle and loads exceeding legal length or rear overhang shall be required to display two signs with the wording "OVERSIZE LOAD". One sign shall be on the rear of the over length or overhanging part of the load; however, if the sign cannot be attached or is not legible here, then the sign shall be attached to the rear of the vehicle itself. The other sign shall be attached to the front of the vehicle.

Escort vehicles shall display a sign on the roof or front and rear of the escort vehicle that is at least five (5) feet long and twelve (12) inches high with eight (8) inch high letters. For roof mounted signs, the sign shall be legible on both sides with the wording "OVERSIZE LOAD". The sign shall be mounted on the roof perpendicular to the length of the escort vehicle. For front and rear mounted signs the legend shall rear "OVERSIZE LOAD".

Warning signs shall not obstruct lights and other safety devices on the vehicle with load or on the escort vehicle.

Escort Vehicles and Personnel — Escort vehicle(s) shall be a single unit non-permitted vehicle, no smaller than a compact car. The escort vehicle shall not be attached to any other vehicle.

Escort vehicle(s) shall escort only one oversize vehicle or load. More restrictive conditions may be required on high volume highways or when the lane width is less than twelve (12) feet.

One (1) escort vehicle is required for vehicles and loads more than twelve (13) feet in width but not exceeding fourteen (14) feet. The escort vehicle shall be behind an overwidth vehicle or load on a multi-lane highway, and in front of an overwidth vehicle or load on a two-lane highway.

Two (2) escort vehicles are required for vehicles and loads more than fourteen (14) feet in width. One (1) escort vehicle shall be in front of the overwidth vehicle or load and one (1) behind. A separate state police escort (third escort) is required for vehicles and loads more than fifteen (15) feet in width.

Vehicles and loads eighty five (90) feet or more in overall length are required to have one (1) rear escort vehicle. Vehicles and loads one hundred (100) feet or more in overall length are required to have two (2) escorts, one (1) in front, and one (1) in the rear. Vehicles and loads one hundred twenty (120) feet or more in length are required to have a separate state police escort (third escort).

Two (2) escort vehicles are required for vehicles and loads fifteen (15) feet or more in height. One (1) escort vehicle shall be in front of the over height vehicle or load and one (1) behind. A separate state police escort (third escort) is required for vehicles and loads seventeen feet six inches (17'6") or more in height.

Vehicles and loads with fifteen (15) feet or greater rear overhang shall have one (1) rear escort unless the permit specifies otherwise.

Two (2) escort vehicles, one (1) in front and one (1) behind the oversize vehicle are required when previous paragraphs separately require one (1) escort in the front and one (1) behind for multiple conditions.

Two (2) escort vehicles are required for vehicles and loads over 120,000 lbs. weight. One (1) escort vehicle shall be in front of the overweight vehicle or load and one (1) behind. A separate state police escort (third escort) is required.

A single Delaware State Police escort can escort up to a maximum of two loads in a single move if the loads are moved at the same time, other required escorts are available as stated above, and communication is present between the loads.

Vehicles and loads that are only overweight or are twelve (12) feet or less in width and that cannot move freely with the flow of traffic may be subject to escort requirements.

Escort vehicles shall have visual contact with the permitted vehicle and have two-way radio communication with the driver of the permitted vehicle.

Certification – Pilot Car Escort Certification is not currently required.





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Penalties Based on the Authority provided under Delaware State Code Chapter 45, Section 4508, of Title 21, relating to Penalties, any person who violates any requirements of this section relating to the size or weight of a vehicle or a combination of vehicles or restrictions regarding parking in residence districts shall be punished

as follows:

A first offense shall be punishable by a fine of not less than $28.75 nor more than $230.00 or by a term of imprisonment of not more than 30 days or both.

A subsequent like offense shall be punishable by a fine of not less than $115.00 nor more than $575.00 or by a term of imprisonment of not more than 60 days or both.

Any person who violates any requirement of this section, specifically relating to the weight of a vehicle or a combination of vehicles, such that said vehicle shall be classified as an “overweight vehicle,” shall in addition

to whatever other penalties may be allowed by law be punished as follows:

A first offense shall be punishable by a fine for all excess weight exceeding the vehicles registered weight or Federal Bridge Formula, if operating on the interstate, for the first 5,000 pounds in the amount of 2.3 cents per pound and a fine for all excess weight over the first 5,000 pounds in the amount of 5.75 cents per pound or by a term of imprisonment not to exceed 30 days or both.

Each subsequent offense shall be punishable by a fine for all excess weight exceeding the vehicles registered weight or Federal Bridge Formula, if operating on the interstate, for the first 5,000 pounds in the amount of

5.75 cents per pound and a fine for all excess weight over the first 5,000 pounds in the amount of 11.5 cents per pound or by a term of imprisonment not to exceed 60 days or both.

For purposes of this section a first offense shall be defined as one not previously committed by the person charged within the previous 24 months prior to the date of the offense. A subsequent like offense shall be deemed to have occurred if the person charged has previously been convicted or charged and subsequently convicted of the same offense within the previous 24 months prior to the date of this offense.

PERMIT ORDERING

Application of permits can be done electronically directly by the permittee. This direct entry process is described in detail in the State of Delaware Oversize Overweight Permit System User’s Guide for the OnLine Customer available at www.osow.deldot.gov. Permits may also be obtained by contacting any one of the several communications redistribution forms (Permit Services) authorized by the State to perform such work.

Errors in the From, To and Route data fields continue to delay permit processing.

Detailed instructions for entries can be viewed in item 7.9 SECTION IV - FROM, TO AND ROUTE in the Online User Guide.

Current road construction projects are causing several route restrictions.

Please view Temporary as well as the Permanent Route Restrictions

SPECIAL NOTES

Recent Changes: DelDOT created a new form HP Form 16 State of Delaware SUPERLOAD Route Survey. New form is only acceptable form to be submitted when requested.

Revised DELDOT POLICY AND PROCEDURES MANUAL Below changes to the DelDOT Policy and Procedures Manual were adopted as Administrative Code effective January 1, 2014. Projected effective date of implementation in the DelDOT OSOW Permit System is, January 30, 2014.

DAYS &TIMES OF MOVEMENT and DURATION OF PERMIT

Permitted vehicle may move on and during the permit’s Effective and Expiration Dates as indicated below unless otherwise authorized or prohibited upon review of permit application. Holiday Restriction will apply to all Load Codes (LC) except 9 and 10. Restriction movement period ending time will change from NOON to 9AM.

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Revised Regulation - Monday through Sunday sunrise to sunset. Duration 5 days.

Load Code 2 Overweight (Over GVW but less than LC3 Superload /May be over dimensional but weight takes

precedence):

Current Policy -. Monday through Friday sunrise to sunset. Duration 3 days.

Revised Regulation - Monday through Sunday sunrise to sunset. Duration 5 days.

Load Code 3 Superload: (Criteria for Superload: Length at 120’; Width at 15’; Height at 15’; GVW 120000 lbs.)

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Load Code 4 Manufactured Housing (Oversize but less than LC3 Superload):

Current Policy -. Monday through Friday sunrise to sunset. Duration 3 days.

Revised Regulation - Monday through Sunday sunrise to sunset. Duration 5 days.

Load Code 5 Sealed Container (Permit application requires name of Entering or Exiting Port and Seal

Number):

Current Policy -. GVW 90000 lbs. Monday through Friday sunrise to sunset. Duration 3 days.

Revised Regulation - GVW 100000 lbs. Monday throughSunday 24 hour continuous movement.

Duration 5 days.

Load Code 6 Ship (Permit allows movement of multiple loads within 2 mile limit of Port of Wilmington) :

Current Policy -. Monday through Friday sunrise to sunset. Duration 5 days.

Revised Regulation - Monday through Sunday 24 hour continuous movement. Duration 5 days.

Load Code 7 Pole & Piling:

Current Policy -. Monday through Friday sunrise to sunset. Duration 30 days.

Revised Regulation - Monday through Sunday 24 hour continuous movement. Duration 30 days.

Load Code 9 Single Trip Interstate (Single 3 or 4 axle vehicle with a divisible load, i.e. Dump Truck, exceeding Federal Bridge Formula moving on Interstate 95, 295, 495 in Delaware. Allows 1 Single Trip in a 5 day period.

No change from revised policy effective 1/1/2013. Duration 5 days Load Code 10 Multi Trip Interstate (Single 3 or 4 axle vehicle with a divisible load, i.e. Dump Truck, exceeding Federal Bridge Formula moving on Interstate 95, 295, 495 in Delaware. Allows 60 Single Trips in a 1 year period.

Duration changed from 90 days or 60 Single Trips whichever comes first to 1 year or 60 Single Trips whichever comes first.

Load Code 11 Annual Crane (Refer to Policy Manual, section 3.2.1.11, for details):

Current Policy -. Monday through Friday sunrise to sunset and Saturday until Noon. Evening movement authorized Monday through Friday provided escort and lighting rules are followed. Duration 1 year

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Additionally, Annual blanket permit application packets are only required for permit renewals if any change, specifically with GVW or individual axle weights, differ from previous permit.

Load Code 12 Twin Trailer:

Current Policy -. Monday through Friday sunrise to sunset. Duration 30 days.

Revised Regulation - Monday through Sunday 24 hour continuous movement. Duration 30 days.

NIGHT MOVE WITH ENVELOPE VEHICLE / OTHER

Permitted loads not exceeding 75 feet in Length, 12 feet in Width, 14 feet 6 inches in Height, and 120,000

pounds will be allowed to move from 9pm to 5am Monday through Friday with prior approval. NOTE:

Other loads may request After Hour movement with justification (See Policy Manual for request instructions).

ESCORTS

Change escort requirement for WIDTH from 12 feet to 13 feet. One (1) escort vehicle is required for vehicles and loads more than thirteen (13) feet in width but not exceeding fourteen (14) feet.

Change escort requirement for LENGTH from at 85 feet to 90 feet ( One (1) rear escort )

EXTENTION OF EXPIRATION DATE OF PURCHASED PERMIT

Current Policy - Expiration Date may be extended to next Business Day due to breakdown.

Revised Regulation - Expiration Date may be extended to 3 days due to breakdown FORMS DelDOT created several forms to include a new HP Form 16 ROUTE SURVEY to standardize format and submission of administrative changes. See Policy Manual for details.

Manuals DelDOT Policy and Procedures Manual and User Guide for the Online Customer have been revised and display on OSOW Permit System web site, Pending Changes: None Noted

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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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Depends on spacings, lbs per inch tire width.

PERMIT RESTRICTIONS

General - Permits are valid for one trip only, for five consecutive days. Travel is permitted for 24 hours a day unless extremely overheight or overwidth seven days a week.

Divisible load permits are not available. Travel allowed 24 hours a day unless extremely overwidth or overweight.

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Insurance — Proof of insurance coverage not required to be on file; must have coverage meeting federal standards ($750,000 — $5,000,000, depending on commodity and hazardous nature).

Weekend/Night Travel – Overwidth vehicles and overheight vehicles may be restricted to night travel between the hours of 10 pm – 5 am. Travel is allowed on weekends.

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Weather – Movement will not be allowed during inclement weather. No Spring weight restrictions.



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