Oversize permits are valid for 3 days. Driver must have permit prior to entering the state.
Sunrise to sunset, including Saturday and Sunday except loads over 16 feet wide and 110 feet long cannot travel Saturday afternoon or Sunday all day. Overweight only can have continuous travel.
Loads over 16′ wide are not permitted to travel starting 12 noon the day prior to a major holiday until sunrise the day after the holiday.
40 mph. if the gross weight exceeds 120 000 pounds. OS loads do not have additional speed limits unless otherwise specified on permit.
*Note: Instead of pilot car, for width over 14’6 but not over 16′, load may be equipped with lighted rotating or flashing amber light(s) that are visible from the front and rear at 500 feet
“Oversize Load” sign is required on rear of the vehicle when overall length exceeds 75′. All over dimensional loads must have red or bright orange flags, 18″ square, on the traffic side of the load front and rear. Loads authorized with night movements are required to have clearance lights visible from the front, rear and side, marking the outermost portion of the vehicle and load which extends beyond legal width; 1 rotating or 2 flashing amber lights mounted above the cab visible at a distance not less than 500′; flashing amber lights are required at the rear when lights on the cab are not visible. Overhang of 4′ or more shall be marked at the extreme end of the load with flags (red, 12″ x 12″) during day and red lights during night travel.