How wide is a wide load?

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How wide is a wideload? What is considered a wideload?

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Anything that is over 102” wide is considered a wideload. This standard is set by the federal government and all states have agreed to this. Any item that is over 102” or 8’ 6” at it’s widest point is considered a wideload. A wideload requires a permit to be legally shipped. Wideload permits are required by each state the shipment is being transported through.

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