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Know the legal limits for flatbed loads In general, the maximum legal load width is 8.5 feet (102 inches), and the maximum height limit is also 102 inches. Legal length is typically 48 to 53 feet, and the maximum weight is about 46,000 pounds.
Loads exceeding 12 feet 6 inches wide and/or 15 feet 6 inches high cannot travel on Holiday or Holiday Weekends. 1e Non-interstate highways: Loads exceeding 18 feet wide, 150 feet long, or 17 feet high, are not allowed weekend travel.
Carriers can apply for permits that increase the maximum weight a truck carries from 80,000 pounds to 88,000 pounds on state highways and interstates between the Port of Los Angeles, Port of Long Beach and distribution centers in California, according to a release from California Gov. Gavin Newsom's office.
Don't do it. You've probably heard this before, but it bears repeating here: if you cannot see the truck driver in their mirrors, they're unable to see you. Oversize loads can be gargantuan. Give them lots of room (and time) to safely pass you.
Permits SingleDepends on axle spacings. 20,000TandemDepends on axle spacings. 48,000TridumDepends on axle spacings. 51,750QuadDepends on axle spacings. 55,440
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Loads exceeding 10 feet wide and/or 15 feet 6 inches high, up to 12 feet 6 inches wide and/or 15 feet 6 inches high may travel during daylight hours only. Loads exceeding 12 feet 6 inches wide and/or 15 feet 6 inches high cannot travel on Holiday or Holiday Weekends.
Legal Limits ComponentRestrictionWidth8'6"Height14'Length - Semi-Trailer53'Length75'5 more rows
A wide load is a shipment that exceeds the state limit for length, height, width, and weight of interstate shipments. If your load is wider than 8.5 feet, it will likely qualify as a wide load or oversize load and require state-by-state permitting.
Superload Class Types: Loads which exceed 18 feet in width, 150 feet in length, 17 feet in height, or which require approval by the department's Bridge Bureau due to the weight, truck configuration, and/or route must apply for a Superload permit.
Reference: 61-10-104 M.C.A. A passenger vehicle or truck of less than 2,000 pounds "manufacturer's rated capacity" may not tow more than one trailer or semi-trailer. This combination may not exceed an overall length, inclusive of front and rear bumpers, in excess of 65 feet, except as provided in 61-10-124 M.C.A.

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