California Trucking Regulations - Coast 2 Coast Trucking Permits

North Dakota State Regulations

Permit Types

Permit Validity

3 Travel Days

Transportation Restrictions


Travel restricted for transports over 16’ wide on the following holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.  When a holiday falls on a Sunday, the following Monday is restricted.  When a holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday is restricted.  Travel restrictions always start at noon the day before the holiday.

Travel restricted during inclement weather, when visibility is poor, or when highways are slippery.

Trucking Permits Goal - Coast 2 Coast Trucking Permits

Operating Time

Half an hour before sunrise to half an hour after sunset. Continuous movement allowed if under 10’ wide.

Weekend Travel

Travel restricted from 12:00 PM Saturday and all day Sunday if over 16’ wide.

Holiday Travel

3/30CLOSEDTravel allowed with a valid permit.

Transportation Requirements

USA & Canada Pilots - Coast 2 Coast Trucking Permits
365 Nationwide & Canada Pilots - Coast 2 Coast Trucking Permits


Anything over Routine Issue dimensions require special approval from the DOT.

Oversize Load Signs

“Oversize Load” signs required for all oversize transports.


12” red or orange flags required at the front and rear of any overdimensional transport.


Blades or buckets are to be so loaded or reduced to the least possible dimension and or weight
prior to application for an over dimension and or overweight permit.

Routine Issues

Single Axle21,600 lbs. (2 Tires) | 24,000 lbs. (4 Tires)
Tandem Group43,200 lbs. (4 Tires) | 45,000 lbs. (8 Tires)
Tridem Group60,000 lbs.
Quad Group68,000 lbs.
Gross Weight150,000 lbs.

Escort Requirements

Width Over 14’6″1 Front On 2-Lane Highways
Width Over 16’2 (Front & Rear) On 2-Lane Highways | 1 Rear On 4-Lane Highways
Width Over 18’2 (Front & Rear) & Police On 2-Lane Highways | 1 Rear & Police On 4-Lane Highways
Height Over 18′1 Front W/ Height Pole
Length Over 120’1 Front on 2-Lane Highways | 1 Rear on 4-Lane Highways
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