Each state has unique rules governing the maximum size for equipment and loads. You may require a permit based on your size. Construction zones and temporary restrictions are constantly changing. Most large cities have "curfews". The right permit agent can help you plan a route of travel to save you time and money.
Each state has unique rules governing the maximum weight for equipment and loads. In addition to total weight (GVW) there are limits to axle group weight and individual axle weight. It can get complicated. Call us to learn how these restrictions apply to your unique equipment and load.
Temp Registration (Trip) Permits
If you are traveling outside of your base state and do not have an IRP registration (Cab Card), you'll need a Trip permit for each state you travel in.
Temp Fuel Permits
If you are traveling outside of your base state and do not have an IFT license and vehicle sticker, you'll need a Temp Fuel permit for each state you travel in.
County and Parish Permits
In the oil and gas field, most of the work takes place down dusty dirt roads. Each County and Parish require permits. These jurisdictions have their own permitting process ranging from online systems all the way down to hand written forms. Finding out if these jurisdictions require permits, finding the forms, and submitting them is frustrating and time consuming.
Tribal Reservation (BIA) Permits
In some tribal jurisdictions permitting may be required to travel on BIA roads.
Specialized Oilfield Equipment
In some states Specialized Oilfield Equipment needs additional registration. In some states there are exceptions and special considerations for oilfield equipment reducing permit requirements.