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Oklahoma Oversize and Overweight Permits

Contact (877) 792-5056 for Oversize Permits in Oklahoma.

Oversize and overweight loads have to be accompanied by shipping permits during transport in Oklahoma. Wide Load Shipping will help you acquire the necessary permits on time. Below is more detailed information about shipping permits, pilot cars, and superloads.

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Oversize Load Limits in Oklahoma

Oklahoma DOT legal load size limits and weight limitations.
  • Length: 53 feet.
  • Width: 8’ 6 feet.
  • Height: 13’ 6 feet.
  • Weight: 80,000 lbs GVW.

Pilot Car and Escort Vehicle Requirements in Oklahoma

Below is when you will need a pilot car in Oklahoma state.

  • Length: All roads over 80’ require one front. Over 100’ one front and one rear pilot car.
  • Width: Loads over 12’ wide, one front on 4 lanes or less, or rear if over 4 lanes. Up to 15’ then a second escort is required. 18’ or wider needs police escort.
  • Height: If over 15’ 9” you may be required to have a high pole depending on the route.
NOTE: Permits will state on them if they are valid for either 3 or 5 days.

What’s the Cost of Trucking Permits In Oklahoma?

Here are the accurate costs of oversize and overweight permits in Oklahoma. Wide Load Shipping team of specialists will help you acquire the right permit for your load. Call us at (877) 792-5056.
  • Oversize single permits in Oklahoma: $40
  • Overweight single permits: $40
  • Mobile home, mobile office, modular home, or portable building: $40
  • Single-purpose trip oversize permit: $40
  • Single-purpose trip overweight permit: $40
  • Monthly multi-trip permit: $40
  • Special movement permit: $500
  • Annual special combination permit (triples): $240
  • Longer vehicle combination permit (doubles): $20
  • Annual soil, hay, or tree permit: $25
  • Annual oversize special purpose permit: $10
  • Annual overweight special purpose permit: $60
We Offer Trucking Permits in the Following Cities in Oklahoma; Oklahoma City, OK, Tulsa OK, Norman OK; Broken Arrow, OK; Lawton OK; Edmond, OK; Moore, OK; Midwest City, OK; Stillwater, OK; Enid, OK; Muskogee, OK; Owasso, OK; Bartlesville, OK; Shawnee, OK; Yukon, OK; Bixby, OK; Ardmore, OK; Ponca City, OK; Jenks, OK; Duncan, OK; Mustang, OK; Sapulpa, OK; Sand Springs, OK; Bethany, OK; Altus, OK; Claremore, OK, Del City, OK We Offer Trucking Permits in the Following Counties in Oklahoma; Oklahoma County; Tulsa County; Cleveland County ; Canadian County; Comanche County; Rogers County; Payne County; Wagoner County; Pottawatomie County; Creek County; Muskogee County; Garfield County; Grady County; Washington County; Logan County; Le Flore County; Carter County; Cherokee County; Osage County; Bryan County; Kay County; Pittsburg County; Stephens County; McClain County; Delaware County; Sequoyah County; Mayes County; Pontotoc County; Okmulgee County; Lincoln County; McCurtain County; Ottawa County ; Custer County; Caddo County; Garvin County; Jackson County; Seminole County; Beckham County; Texas County; Woodward County

Oversize and Overweight Permit Limits in Oklahoma

Here’s the maximum weight your load can be, even with a permit in Oklahoma:
  • Single Axle Weight Permits: 20,000 pounds
  • Tandem axles Weight Permits: 40,000 pounds
  • Tridem axles Weight Permits: 60,000 pounds
  • Quadem axles Weight Permits: 80,000 pounds
  • Five axle Weight Permits: 65,000 pounds
  • Six axle Weight Permits: 115,000 pounds
  • Seven axle Weight Permits: 135,000 pounds
  • Eight axle Weight Permits: 150,000 pounds
Below are the maximum dimensions a load can be even with a permit in the state of Oklahoma:
  • Max Length With Permit: No set maximum
  • Maximum Width With Permit: 16 feet
  • Maximum Height With Permit: 21 feet
NOTES: You can put 15,000 on your steer as long as you have a minimum spacing of 15′. You can put up to 20,000 lbs under routine permits as long as you have dual lane trunnion axles or our trailer types page.

Oklahoma Superload Information

Oklahoma ODOT superload information. Oklahoma superloads are now all about complying with the statutory regulations defined in OL-1. Anything not compliant with OL-1 will need to be thoroughly reviewed by the state engineers and maybe even go through an ODOT approval process. Please comment below if you have any additional information about shipping superloads in Oklahoma state so we can share that information with our other viewers. It’s fine to link back to your website if you contribute to our community.

Oversize Load Travel Restrictions in Oklahoma

Times of travel that are permitted in Oklahoma Travel is permitted 1/2 hour before sunrise and 1/2 hour after sunset 7 days a week.

Recent Load Hauled in Oklahoma

  • Origin: Syracuse, NY 13201
  • Destination: Tulsa, OK 74008
  • Specs: 25L x 10W x 10.6H
  • Weight: 35,000lbs

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14 Responses

  1. What happens when no one answers the Phone 405-522-9060 Option 0. I have been trying for days and no one answers.

    This is the 2nd time I leave a reply, the 1st one got deleted. No one has reached out to me to try and help.

    Howe are we supposed to get help from you?

    1. Please pardon the delay Garry. Let me see if I can locate a different number for Oklahoma DOT for you. Here it is: (405)522-9060 and thank you as we’ll update the page. Happy holidays!

  2. I have a friend that lives in Arkansas and just sold a road grader and needs to deliver it to Oklahoma City. He has a drop deck lowboy and everything to haul it but does he need a special permit or license to bring it to Oklahoma??

  3. 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

    1. 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!

    2. 2 lane vs 4 lane. After much debate it’s been determined by the higher ups it’s safer for a lead on 2 lane roads. Some of us just roll with it. Hang in there!

  4. Thank you. Hey can you clarify what you mean here? Is 15′ 9″ the maximum legal allowed height now? I can see we need to update this page and will get it started right now infact.


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