Regulations can vary from state to state. As a general rule any truck-trailer-load combination exceeding 8’6″ wide and/or 13’6″ high (14′ for most western states) will require an oversize permit. Length regulations vary per state. Oversize loads must be non-divisible. Divisible loads are loads that can be reduced in size within an eight (8) hour period without damaging the load. To determine if you need a oversize permit click here or call 888-963-0830!
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