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Idaho oversize trucking permits

Idaho oversize trucking permits


Idaho oversize and over-weight trucking permits. Do it yourself – DIY easy!

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Save money DIY trucking permits. Oversize and over-weight.

You can save your trucking company a considerable amount of money today fairly easy.

Looking for ways to save money? Oversize and over-weight trucking permits is a good way to start. With all of the new technology here to stay state DOT offices have found ways to cut spending costs by automating the trucking permit process by streamlining the process online. While the Idaho DOT is not as advanced as many states they still have created an online interface for dealing with oversize and over-weight trucking permits which works to the advantage of the dispatcher or driver for OS and OW trucking  companies looking to save money. The process is pretty simple and can save you a bundle in the overall picture – something that permit processing companies aren’t exactly jumping with joy to let you know since their livelyhood depends on your continued business of ordering permits. It used to be that the service was worth it but they’re just too easy to obtain these days and we can not only point you in the right direction but show you how.

You can have your oversize or over-weight trucking permit approved in just a few hours.

Not only that it’s pretty easy too. Idaho DOT has a pretty interesting program for issuing single trip permits for oversize and over-weight trucking companies. You simple answer a few questions over the phone and you are ready to go. For annual trucking permits you create an online account. As long as you pay for each permit as you go with a debit card you are good to go. If you wish to continually deal with Idaho and be billed for their trucking permits you can put up a $1000.00 bond – THIS IS NOT REQUIRED. So let’s get started:

  1. For single trip permits simply have the answers to these questions ready and call then number below.
  2. If you wish to create an account for annual permits that information is here.
  3. submit the permit and relax as the state is working on getting it approved.

Not so bad at all right? Now if you get it the hang of doing your own trucking permits all of the time you will be on your way to saving your trucking company thousands if not tens of thousands of dollars every year. Online technology has made it much easier for the driver or dispatcher to obtain their own oversize and over-weight trucking permits so you might as well enjoy the savings while you can and move on. It’s just another spoke in the wheel for OS/OW trucking. If you liked this article and would like to share it simply click the button above. If you have comments that you’d like to leave for our other visitors please use the form below to do so and thank you for visiting our site.

 

 

Idaho State Shipping Regulations

Idaho State Shipping Regulations

These are the Idaho state shipping regulations, limitations, rules and laws for the trucking of oversize and over weight loads over the roads and highways in the state of Idaho.

 

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Idaho State Permit Regulations for – Oversize Shipping, Trucking & Transport.

Idaho State Trucking information website: http://itd.idaho.gov/dmv

Legal Loads:
Length: A 75’ length is the legal limit for any combined truck and trailer in transport.
Overhang: 4’ in front of trailer and no more than 10’ from the rear axle of trailer to the end of load.
Weight: A maximum of 80,000 lbs. total (GVW) with no more than 14,000 lbs. on the steer axle and 20,000 lbs. on any other single axle.
Width:  A maximum of 8’ 6” wide.
Height: A maximium of 14’ w

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Routine oversize shipping & trucking permits:
Length:110’ on 2 lane hwys and 115’ on 4 lane hwys
Weight:5 axles 112,000 6 axles 118,000
Width:16’
Height:14’6”

How to apply for trucking permits:
Idaho Transportation Department
3311 W State St
Boise. ID

208-334-8420 Phone
800-662-7133 Phone within Idaho
Basic fee is $13.00
Permit is valid for 5 days

Pilot Car – Escort Car Requirements:
Width: Over 12’1” 2 Lanes requires 1 car., Over 15’1” 4 Lanes requires 1 car.
Height:
Over 16’ requires 1 car.
Length: Over 100’ 2 Lanes requires 1 car.  Over 115’ Interstate requires 1 car.

Travel Restrictions.
Travel permitted from ½ hour before sunrise to ½ hour after sunset.  If 10’ wide or less, travel is permitted 24/7.

Port of Entry Information.
Hollister, Idaho 21 miles south of Twin Falls 208-734-5370.
East Boise, Idaho 11 miles east of Boise 208-334-3272.
Marsing, Idaho 6 miles south of US 55/US 95208-896-4814.
Lewiston, Idaho 1 mile east of Lewiston 208-799-5080.
Huetter, Idaho 2 miles east of Coer d’Alene 208-769-1551.
Bonner’s Ferry, Idaho (Moyle Jct.) Jct. of US 95 & US 2208-267-2486.
Haugan, Idaho  15 miles east of state line 406-678-4257.
Sage Junction, Idaho 2 miles north of Roberts 208-228-3636.
Inkom, Idaho 8 miles south of Pocatello 208-775-3322.
Cottrell, Idaho  8 miles south of Twin Falls 208-349-5650.

 

The information contained in these pages is research information primarily for use by oversize and overweight trucking company drivers, dispatchers and pilot car companies. While every effort is put into maintaining the accuracy of this information you must absolutely verify this information with the Idaho State DOT Permits office before commencing movement.

 

 

 

 

 

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