Comments for TRUCKING QUOTES. Heavy haul trucking, oversize trucking, pilot cars, permits. https://wideloadshipping.com Heavy haul and oversize trucking quotes from hundreds of trucking companies in one click. Permits. Tue, 23 Apr 2019 19:20:38 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Connecticut State Shipping Regulations by Trekmovers https://wideloadshipping.com/connecticut-state-shipping-regulations/#comment-20585 Tue, 23 Apr 2019 19:20:38 +0000 http://ipilotcars.com/?p=444#comment-20585 Weight:Single – 22,400 Tandem – 40,000 Tridem – 60,000. Connecticut does not go strictly by axle weights. They will go as high as 25,000 on a single, providing that the manufacturer’s rating is not exceeded and provided that the gross is within the limits stated above for 5, 6 or 7 axles. Over 14? wide, 14? high or 120 long is considered a Super Load. Over 140,000 lbs. requires an engineer review. Note: the maximum superload width in Massachusetts is 16 feet.

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Comment on Alberta DOT Shipping Regulations by WLSADMIN https://wideloadshipping.com/alberta-shipping-regulations/#comment-20486 Wed, 17 Apr 2019 16:00:48 +0000 http://ipilotcars.com/?p=562#comment-20486 Thank you for this clarification Lucien.

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Comment on California State Shipping Regulations by WLSADMIN https://wideloadshipping.com/california-state-shipping-regulations/#comment-20485 Wed, 17 Apr 2019 15:55:06 +0000 http://ipilotcars.com/?p=440#comment-20485 Absolutely not. California has very strict regulations when it comes to axle spacings. I am unable to answer your question entirely as I do not know your entire configuration. I would suggest you stop into the closest California scale house when you have time and speak to the California DOT inspectors. Hopefully they can have a quick look at your entire tractor/trailer configuration and let you know precisely what you can and can’t do. I’m sure this isn’t exactly the answer you were looking for but hopefully it helps you solve your question legally.

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Comment on How much does oversize trucking pay? by WLSADMIN https://wideloadshipping.com/oversize-trucking-pay/#comment-20484 Wed, 17 Apr 2019 15:43:00 +0000 http://wideloadshipping.com/?p=4697#comment-20484 It is interesting however travel times and loading times vary. Check out some of the other comments as well. Thanks for your post.

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Comment on How to start a pilot car company. by WLSADMIN https://wideloadshipping.com/how-to-start-pilot-car-company/#comment-20483 Wed, 17 Apr 2019 15:40:43 +0000 http://wideloadshipping.com/?p=5453#comment-20483 You will find our carts are very much secure. Good luck!

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Comment on Oklahoma State Shipping Regulations by WLSADMIN https://wideloadshipping.com/oklahoma-state-shipping-regulations/#comment-20482 Wed, 17 Apr 2019 15:39:49 +0000 http://ipilotcars.com/?p=518#comment-20482 We agree this isn’t the best case scenario for most primary routes. While it may apply well towards extremely narrow and windy roads in obscure locations such as the Ouachita Forest area and a few others the primary regulations should not reflect this. This is great information to share with others in order to eventually get this rule changed.

Good point and thank you Arthur!

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Comment on Oklahoma State Shipping Regulations by Arthur Hinton https://wideloadshipping.com/oklahoma-state-shipping-regulations/#comment-20340 Mon, 08 Apr 2019 19:07:58 +0000 http://ipilotcars.com/?p=518#comment-20340 Oklahoma is stupid on its rule of putting an escort up front anything over 80ft long the Escort should be in the rear the driver can see up front of the load the dangerous part is in the rear of the load like tail swing in a turn an escort out front of just a long load is stupid this from a retired driver and now escort

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Comment on How to start a pilot car company. by William Copeland https://wideloadshipping.com/how-to-start-pilot-car-company/#comment-20301 Sat, 06 Apr 2019 15:36:14 +0000 http://wideloadshipping.com/?p=5453#comment-20301 I would like the start up kit but the website is not secure

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Comment on How much does oversize trucking pay? by Michael Lee https://wideloadshipping.com/oversize-trucking-pay/#comment-20255 Wed, 03 Apr 2019 14:34:24 +0000 http://wideloadshipping.com/?p=4697#comment-20255 I have a friend that is a trucker that specializes in overmass freight. It is interesting that there is such a difference in pay with truckers. This is often based on the industry.

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Comment on California State Shipping Regulations by Paul https://wideloadshipping.com/california-state-shipping-regulations/#comment-20026 Sun, 24 Mar 2019 22:53:13 +0000 http://ipilotcars.com/?p=440#comment-20026 Hi,have a question,had discussion with my dispatch,about the 41ft,yes with 53 ft trailer,can I put the axel anywhere as long do not exceed 41ft,sorry for my English…and if you have the regulation about it can you send it to me please,thanks

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