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Trucking permits

Commercial trucking is a complex and incredibly time-consuming topic. Our team has been working in this niche for a long time, so we are 100% sure of a positive result.

Why Use Omni Permits?

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Over the years, we have established and optimized processes in the way that even in the most difficult situations you get the result quickly and at minimal cost. The Omni Permits team knows the ins and outs of shipping across all 50 US states and Canada.

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Any state has its own laws regarding the transportation of various types of cargo:

  • oversized;
  • overweight;
  • superload;
  • etc.

That is why it is necessary to obtain transport permits. Moreover, within issuing this document, many factors will be taken into account such as time when you can drive on a particular route, the permissible weight of the cargo, the driver’s work mode, etc.

We have been working with carriers of oversized and super-heavy cargo for a long time, so we can competently plan routes, as well as help with the preparation of all necessary documents. As a result, you have steady nerves, save money, and ensure 100% legality of cargo transportation.

The reasons to choose our company:

  • We guarantee the fastest possible execution of all necessary permits for trucking.
  • Our experts speak several languages and can act as translators.

You just need to leave your contacts to the managers to start working with us - then they will explain to you how the cooperation will take place specifically in your case.

We offer some of the lowest permit prices on the market.

What's more, every permit made with us supports orphans around the world (find out how).

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Truck Permit Services

Fuel Permits

Fuel Permits

The fuel permit IFTA (The International Fuel Tax Agreement) Temporary Fuel Permits (IFTA)
Superload Permits

Superload Permits

A heavy haul load becomes a superload when it can’t be reduced in size or weight.

Pilot car service

Pilot car service

Escort vehicles are required In most states where a load is over 12 feet wide, 14.5 feet high, 90 feet long.

Route Surveying

Route Surveying

Once we receive the permit application and understand the type of load that is being hauled, as well as the final destination

Trip Permits

Trip Permits

An IRP travel permit is required for any heavy haul vehicle that intends to leave its state without being registered according to current legislation.

Oversize

Oversize

If you need to transport oversize load, it may be associated with various bureaucratic and other problems.
Overweight

Overweight

To obtain a permit for overweight cargo (class A), the mass of this cargo must be irreducible.  

Fuel Permits

Fuel Permits

The fuel permit IFTA (The International Fuel Tax Agreement) Temporary Fuel Permits (IFTA)
Superload Permits

Superload Permits

A heavy haul load becomes a superload when it can’t be reduced in size or weight.

Pilot car service

Pilot car service

Escort vehicles are required In most states where a load is over 12 feet wide, 14.5 feet high, 90 feet long.

Route Surveying

Route Surveying

Once we receive the permit application and understand the type of load that is being hauled, as well as the final destination

Trip Permits

Trip Permits

An IRP travel permit is required for any heavy haul vehicle that intends to leave its state without being registered according to current legislation.

Oversize

Oversize

If you need to transport oversize load, it may be associated with various bureaucratic and other problems.
Overweight

Overweight

To obtain a permit for overweight cargo (class A), the mass of this cargo must be irreducible.  

Our Process
1 Fill out the form
2 We plan the route with you & get the proper permits
3 You get your permits while saving time & money
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Trucking Industries:

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Backhoe Backhoe

Backhoe lauder transport

Crane Crane

Boom lift transport

Loader Loader

Forklift transport

Tractor Tractor

Motor grader transport

Scraper Scraper

Motor scrapers transport

Excavator Excavator

Oversize & overweight

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Hauling permits

Dot hauling permits

Our leading permitting company can help you to obtain the following types of permit:

We also offer planning the best route and booking an accompanying car. Contact us and save time and money, have steady nerves, as well as shorten the route and keep yourself away from bureaucracy.

FAQ
What is considered an oversize/overweight load
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An oversize permit is required in all cases when the load being transported exceeds the allowable limits (depending on the laws of a specific state, an oversize/overweight permit must be obtained). Oversize permit service is very popular as carriers often need to transport large loads through the territories of several states.
More specifically, such permits as overweight permits, OSOW permits, or overweight truck permits are usually required to transport cargo that weighs over 80,000 lbs and has dimensions over 75' long, 8'6 wide, 13'6 tall.
When do you need a oversize/overweight permit
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Our oversize permit service is specialized in most of the load types. In other words, you can obtain oversize, overweight, trip and fuel permits with our assistance. Typically, these permits are required if a load has dimensions exceeding 75’ long, 8 feet 6 inches wide, 13 feet 6 inches tall, and the gross weight over 80,000 pounds.
What width, length, height, weight is considered an oversize
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An oversize/overweight load permit is mandatory to obtain if a transported cargo exceeds 75’ long, 8 feet 6 inches wide, 13 feet 6 inches tall, and has a gross weight over 80,000 pounds.
If the gross weight does not exceed 80,000 lbs, but an axle or a group of axles exceeds the permissible weight, do I need permits?
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Yes, you need to obtain permits if the steering axle group exceeds 12,000 pounds, the tandem axle group exceeds 34,000 pounds, or the tridem axle group exceeds 40,000 pounds (limits may vary depending on a state).
Are there any loads that do not require permits?
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Yes, there are, but they are limited by size restrictions and not applicable in all states. It is best to discuss a planned route with our permit agent to check the necessity of permits.
What is a pilot car, and in what cases is it needed?
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Each state has its own regulations. If your dimensions exceed the maximum allowable limits (gross weight over 80,000 pounds and dimensions exceeding 75 long, 8 feet 6 wide, 13 feet 6 inches tall), it is advisable to clarify the necessity of ordering a pilot car service with our permit agent.
However, it is important to remember that regulations can vary in each state. Therefore, we always arrange oversize pilot services based on the specific route to ensure 100% compliant transportation.
What are the rules for hauling oversized/overweight loads
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Each state has its own regulations. To learn more about them, please visit the section
State Regulations
How to get the oversize/overweight permits
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As part of our oversize permit service, we offer the processing of oversize, overweight, oversize/overweight, trip and fuel permits. However, to determine which specific permit is required in your case, it is necessary to consult with our permit agent. Contact him/her using the contact information provided on our website and ask any questions you may have.
How to get a trip permit
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To obtain a trip permit, please contact our permit agent by phone in the "Contacts" section on the website. He/she will provide you with assistance and guidance on all inquiries, inform you about the required information for obtaining the permit, and more.
How much do oversize/overweight permits cost
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The cost directly depends on the gross weight and dimensions of a load. Depending on the state, your dimensions and gross weight, the permit price can range from $9 to $1000 and over.
How long does it take to obtain a permit?
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Each case is individual. It depends on the state regulations, workload of a specific Department of Transportation/Department of Motor vehicles/Department of Public Safety (DOT, DMV, DPS), and your dimensions. For some states, it is possible to obtain a permit within 15 minutes. However, there are states where the review process may take over 24 hours.
Can I drive at night?
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Each state has its own regulations. There are states that allow night driving, and there are states that do not permit it. Our permit agent will provide guidance on this matter based on A planned route.
Can I deviate from the route specified in the permit?
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No, you can not. You are only allowed to exit at the nearest truck stops and weigh stations along the road.
Can I drive on holidays or weekends?
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It depends on the regulations of a state and your dimensions. Most states do not allow driving on holidays and weekends, before and after a holiday.
Cases and news
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Updated laws about new human trafficking violations

U.S Department of Transportation issues a new regulation for commercial drivers that have a record for human trafficking.
What is a pilot car

What is a pilot car

Escort vehicles are required In most states where a load is over 12 feet wide, 14.5 feet high, 90 feet long.
When do I need a trip permit

When do I need a trip permit

In order to legally transport cargo from one state to another, you need the necessary permits - an interim travel permit (IRP) and fuel (IFTA).

Updated laws about new human trafficking violations

Updated laws about new human trafficking violations

U.S Department of Transportation issues a new regulation for commercial drivers that have a record for human trafficking.
What is a pilot car

What is a pilot car

Escort vehicles are required In most states where a load is over 12 feet wide, 14.5 feet high, 90 feet long.
When do I need a trip permit

When do I need a trip permit

In order to legally transport cargo from one state to another, you need the necessary permits - an interim travel permit (IRP) and fuel (IFTA).

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