Manitoba State Regulations
No Sunday travel. No travel over 10′ wide from 3:00 pm, Friday to sunrise Monday
No night travel over 12-0 side unless there are 2 escorts
Oversize Load Signs
Over 10-0 wide also requires “Oversize Load” or “D” warning signs or “Wide Load” signs.
Flag all four corners and/or any front and rear projections of any oversized vehicle/load (light at night.)
|Steer Axle||5.443 kg (12,000 lbs.)|
|Single Axle||11,550 kg (20,020 lbs.)|
|Tandem Group||15,967 kg (35,200 lbs.)|
|Tridem Group||20,956 kg (46,200 lbs.)|
|Overhang||3’3″ Front and Rear|
|Single Axle||20,000 lbs.|
|Tandem Group||44,445 lbs.|
|Tridem Group||60,500 lbs.|
Note: Weight maximums may vary by axle spacings and highway classes.
|Width Over 15′||1 on 4-Lane Divided Highway | 2 on 2-Lane Highways|
|Length Over 98’6″||1|
Tridem Drive Tractors:
Pusher or lift axles are NOT recognized; all axles must drive.
A spread axle group (over 6’ spacing) is treated as a single axle for weight allowances, and it’s not allowed to carry more than 20,000lbs total (10,000lbs per axle)
Must carry an Annual Spread Axle Exceeding 3.05m permit to enter Manitoba with a 10’ to 12’ spread axle trailer. HOWEVER, this still does not allow extra weight.
Trailer Lift/Flip Axles:
MB will all lift or flip axle on trailer on overweight load permit if the axles are evenly spaced.
The axle must be chained up securely when not in use for the load.
You can get annual permit for a lift axle as long as the axles in group are evenly spaced.