Connecticut Oversize Permits

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Connecticut Oversize Permits
Divisible Load Transportation Permit Information
Divisible load permits are issued to haul construction materials. These permits are issued on an annual or monthly basis. The effective period is from May 1st through April 30th. The annual fee for a divisible load permit is based on the gross weight to be shown on the permit. The fee is assessed at a rate of nine dollars ($9.00) per one thousand pounds or fraction thereof. Fees are not prorated or refundable. Fees for divisible load permits purchased on a monthly basis are $100.00 for each calendar month or fraction thereof. Divisible load permits issued on a monthly basis are issued by calendar months, not 30 day increments. 

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Non-Divisible Load Permit Information
Non-Divisible load permits are issued for one piece or item which cannot be separated into units of less weight without affecting the physical integrity of the load.  The types of permits issued are as follows:

Single-Trip OS/OW Permit Information
The Department of Transportation is authorized to issue size and weight permits on a per trip basis during daylight hours for a three-day period. The State’s base permit fee is $30.00 with an additional $5.00 charge for all permits available via electronic means; if a carrier elects to have a Permit Service request a permit, there may also be an additional permit service fee not associated with the DOT.  To order a single-trip permit.

Annual Indivisible Permit Information
These permits are issued on an annual basis only. The effective period is from May 1st through April 30th. The annual fee for an Annual Indivisible Permit is based on the gross weight to be shown on the permit. The fee is assessed at a rate of nine dollars ($9.00) per one thousand pounds or fraction thereof with an additional $5.00 charge for all permits available via electronic means.  Fees are not prorated or refundable. 

Requirement for oversize/overweight transportation permit
A permit is required for the operation of any vehicle(s), or vehicles and load, upon any Connecticut highway, whose dimensions or weight exceed those specified in the Connecticut General Statutes, as revised, either with or without cargo.

Application for permit
All applications for permits are directed to the Commissioner of Transportation through the Department of Transportation, Bureau of Public Transportation, Motor Transport Services Unit (MTSU). Application may be made in person, by mail, or by telephone. All permits are issued to the person, firm, or organization who will actually transport the load. Each application shall include: identification of the vehicle(s) and load, date of the move, points of origin and destination, and the proposed route to be traveled. The MTSU reserves the right to make final routing designations.

Acceptance of permit
(a) The use of any vehicle(s), or vehicle(s) and load, on any Connecticut highway after the issuance of a permit shall be regarded as an acceptance by the permittee of all the terms and conditions of the permit.
(b) The permit shall be strictly construed and any move other than that specifically stated on the face of the permit will render the permit null and void.

Responsibility of permittee
(a) The permittee accepts all responsibility for injury to persons or damage to public or private property caused directly or indirectly by OOV under permit.
(b) The permittee agrees to hold the State of Connecticut, the Department of Transportation and other State Agencies harmless from all suits, claims, damages, or proceedings of any kind, as a direct or indirect result of the transportation of the vehicle(s) and load.

Compliance with laws
The applicant shall certify to the Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Transportation that:
(a) The vehicle(s) is properly registered with the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles or is registered with a state with which Connecticut has a reciprocal agreement;
(b) The operator has a valid operators license for such class of vehicle(s) from the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles or from a state which has a reciprocal agreement with the State of Connecticut; and
(c) That he (the applicant) has operational authority from the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles, Department of Public Utilities Control or the Interstate Commerce Commission.

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Divisible load permits
(a) (1) A permit may be issued for a divisible load when the Commissioner of Transportation determines: (i) that it is in the best interest of public safety and welfare or (ii) that it is in the best interest of the State.
(2) A divisible load permit may be granted to any applicant who demonstrates to the Commissioner that his single unit vehicle will be converted to meet the legal statutory weight limits.
Section (a) (i) and (ii) permits will be issued for axle weight waivers only. Gross vehicle weights must comply with statutory limits.
(3) Permits for single unit four-axle vehicles may be limited to those vehicles with axles fixed to the ground. In these instances, statutory axle weights must be complied with. The permit will allow up to 76,500 pounds maximum gross vehicle weight.
(b) Divisible load permits will be issued in six-month increments through April 30, 1990.
(c) Divisible load permits may be issued to allow vehicles to operate within construction projects, subject to the following:
(1) the vehicle has the proper safety equipment to operate over the road (proper brakes, lights, etc.),
(2) vehicle gross weight or haul capacity is not exceeded,
(3) vehicle is properly registered with construction plates, a commercial registration, or heavy duty registration,
(4) permits will be limited to (A) specific projects within the construction site and (B) axle weights are not to exceed 25,000 pounds or its rated capacity whichever is less. Tire weight not to exceed 900 pounds/inch width of tire,
(5) additional gross and/or axle weights may be authorized when existing pavement and structures are to be replaced. Those weights will be determined on an individual basis,
(6) divisible load permits for off-the-road vehicles to cross a highway within the construction site will be granted on an individual site basis. In these instances uniformed traffic guards will be required along with the maintenance and repair of the road to the satisfaction of the Commissioner of Transportation.

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