In-house permitting for oversize and heavy haul loads

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It is not up to the Federal government to issue permits; instead, it relies on individual states and provinces to establish guidelines and regulations for heavy hauling, oversize, and overweight shipments.

All states and Canadian provinces require a permit to transport oversize loads, so if you regularly transport oversize or heavy loads, it is crucial to acquire the necessary permits and documentation. Failing to do so can result in hefty fines or penalties, not to mention delayed shipments and frustration.

Let De Mase Trucking & Rigging give you peace of mind. Our in-house permit department will ensure your permits are accurate and that your cargo stays on schedule, saving you both time and money.

Our team of experts will work with you to obtain the correct documentation, no matter the size of your load. To learn more about our in-house permitting service, call (201) 933-7775 or visit our website. We look forward to assisting you!

If you want to familiarize yourself with your specific states oversize transportation requirements, the following table will take you to your state’s DOT website:

Alabama (AL)Hawaii (HI)Massachusetts (MA)
Alaska (AK)Idaho (ID)Michigan (MI)
Arizona (AZ)Illinois (IL)Minnesota (MN)
Arkansas (AR)Indiana (IN)Mississippi (MS)
California (CA)Iowa (IA)Missouri (MO)
Colorado (CO)Kansas (KS)Montana (MT)
Connecticut (CT)Kentucky (KY)Nebraska (NE)
Delaware (DE)Louisiana (LA)Nevada (NV)
Florida (FL)Maine (ME)New Hampshire (NH)
Georgia (GA)Maryland (MD)New Jersey (NJ)
New Mexico (NM)Pennsylvania (PA)Vermont (VT)
New York (NY)Rhode Island (RI)Virginia (VA)
North Carolina (NC)South Carolina (SC)Washington (WA)
North Dakota (ND)South Dakota (SD)West Virginia (WV)
Ohio (OH)Tennessee (TN)Wisconsin (WI)
Oklahoma (OK)Texas (TX)Wyoming (WY)
Oregon (OR)Utah (UT) 
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