1. Submit a drawing of the assembled vehicle showing:
Guideline for Submitting Overweight Vehicle Configurations
b. The spacing and size of the wheels on each axle.
a. The location of the centerline of each axle.
c. The tare (unloaded tractor/trailer combination) weight of each axle in pounds
d. The location of the king pin of the trailer
e. The location of the king pin of each jeep combination
f. The width and length of the flat bed (if applicable)
g. The location of the load on the hauling combination – including tractor(s)
h. The height of the load on the hauling combination
2. Submit a drawing showing:
a. The outside dimensions of the load to be hauled which should show side and end elevations and plan views
3. Submit a map showing the proposed route and any alternate proposed routes in order of preference.
b. The weight of the load and the total weight for each axle in pounds
c. The center of gravity of the load
4. In the event there are one (1) or more parallel, alternate modes of transportation which cannot accommodate the load, such as navigable waterway or a railroad, but substantially reduces the length of haul on the State highway system, evidence of the physical and/or regulatory impasse(s) must be submitted with the permit request. This evidence must be a written response from the facility’s authorities or offices stating the nature of the impasse which will not accommodate the load.
5. Statement from the owner of the load certifying its gross weight and axle load distribution.
6. Requests for permission to move loads exceeding 232,000 pounds should be made at least two (2) weeks in advance of the movement date to allow sufficient time for structural evaluations to be completed. Loads exceeding 900,000 pounds may require an analysis by an independent engineering firm. In these cases, additional time should be allowed for the analysis.