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Oversize Overweight OS/OW Superload
Exceeding
59'6" trailer length,
8'6" wide, and
13'6" high
Exceeding
80,000 lbs
Exceeding legal
weight and dimension
Exceeding
16' wide, and
185,000 lbs
Single Trip =
$40.00
Flat Fee
Single Trip =
$40.00 +$10.00 per
1,000 lbs over
legal weight
Single Trip =
$40.00 + $10.00
per 1,000 lbs
over legal weight
Single Trip =
$500.00 handling fee
for over width
(possible additional
fees may accrue after
a submission of permit
application)
When Escorts are Needed: # of Escorts:
On 2 Lane Highways
Width over 12' up to 14' 1 front
Width over 14' 2 (front and rear)
Length over 80' 1 front
Length over 100' 2 (front and rear)
Height over 15'9? or over 2* (front and rear)
On Multi-Lane Highways
Width over 12' up to 16' 1 rear
Width over 16' 2 (front and rear on all
highways and roads)
Height 15'9? or over 2*(front and rear)
Height 17' or over - must contact all public utilities and railroads along the route in advance
of the move
Mobile Homes and Boats:
On 2 Lane Highways and Roads
Length over 80' 1 escort
Width over 12' but not over 14' **1 front
Width over 14' but not over 16' **2 (front and rear)
On Multi-Lane Highways
Width over 14' but not over 16' **1 rear
** Not allowed to travel any turnpike, no O/O convoys allowed in Oklahoma

Overhang Requirements:

No limit to front and technically no limit for the rear. However, if load is 48? or more in the rear, red flags are required during the day and lights are required at night.

Permits Valid For:

Single Trip Permits are valid for three (3) consecutive days.

Operating Time

Permitted loads are allowed travel from one-half hour before Sunrise to one-half hour after Sunset, seven (7) days a week.

Weekend Travel

Permitted loads are allowed travel on Saturdays and Sundays from one-half hour before Sunrise to one-half hour after Sunset.

Divisible Loads

Permitted loads must be reduced to their lowest possible dimensions and weights.  Depending on routes and distance of travel, some exceptions may be made.  Items that have been removed to reduce size must be shipped as separate loads.

Exceptions

There are no exceptions to the Divisible Load Laws in the State of Oklahoma.

Spring Weight Restrictions

There are no Seasonal Weight Restrictions in the State of Oklahoma.

Superload Requirements

Loads or vehicles that are 16' wide x 21' high and 180,000 lbs. or more are considered Super-loads.  Super-load permits for length are submitted on a case by case basis.  Loads that weigh in excess of 185,000 lbs. must obtain route approval from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation Bridge Division.  Information should include number of axles, axle spacing, weight on each axle and axle group, and diagram of cargo and trailer being used to ship.

If the cargo being shipped is newly manufactured and is 16' wide or more, there will be an additional $250.00 special handling fee added to the permit cost.  Super-load permits should be allowed up to five (5) days for processing and approval.