Carriers must complete the online registration form and must accept the “terms of service.” The terms of service (PDF 56kb) can be printed for closer review.
If the user agrees to the conditions of the agreement, they will click on the “Accept and Sign up” button at the bottom. This gives the user access to the permit program login.
Once in the program, the user will be able to issue permits for their fleet. The self-issued size and weight permit needs no special authorization other than registering to be a self-issuer, as outlined above.
Gross weight Limited to tractor/trailer combinations (including jeeps and boosters) An axle spacing report number is required for a weight permit The tractor/trailer combination will be considered a tractor and trailing unit(s) which can include jeeps and boosters to distribute the weight.
(A separate permit type is available for double trailers which are not eligible for overweight.) Any road and bridge restrictions are displayed on the single trip permit.
Print out the Axle Spacing Report for Overweight Permits form (PDF 65 KB), fill it out, then fax it to the CVS office to process. (XLS 46kb) This will create an axle spacing report number for the configuration calculated.
Initially self issuing companies will be limited to the following types of permits: It is the responsibility of the carrier to check restrictions prior to moving oversize loads.
Carriers are also required to check the route for over height clearances prior to moving. Permits are only valid for state routes; you must contact the local jurisdiction for approval to travel on city streets and county roads.
It is also the responsibility of the carrier to know and follow the rules and regulations related to oversize loads. Trip permits cannot be used in lieu of tonnage for a vehicle currently licensed in Washington but can be used to increase current valid tonnage.
Two axle vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of 26,000 or less and are currently licensed in another state, have reciprocity and are not required to license in Washington. Reciprocity also covers trailers that have current licensing in other states.
A fuel permit is required upon entering the State of Washington if the vehicle is diesel powered and over 26,000 lbs. This permit allows for semi-trailer/load up to 56 ft measured from front of trailer or load to the rear of the trailer or load whichever is longer.
Commuter hour and holiday restrictions Oversize sign requirements Night-time travel restrictions Winter restrictions prohibiting permitted movement when traction tires/devices/ chains are advised, recommended or required but must obey chain requirements This permit allows up to 68 feet measured from front of first trailer or load to the end of the last trailer or load whichever is longer.
The purpose is to allow the combination to haul short logs and receive a variance from the legal weight chart. Only valid for 3 axle truck and 2 axle pole trailer combinations For the hauling of unprocessed logs only Maximum gross weight not to exceed 74,800 lbs.
Maximum gross tandem weight not to exceed 33,600 lbs. This permit is an overweight permit for a vehicle with a weight that does not change such as cranes, cement pumping trucks and well drilling trucks.
An axle spacing report is required to issue a fixed load permit. Axle spacing report from Commercial Vehicle Services is required.
Dimensions may be added to the permit without additional fees being charged. An axle spacing report is required to issue this permit.
(Jeeps and boosters are considered part of the semi-trailer). • Height 16 ft. • Width 16 ft. • Trailer/load length 125 ft. • Weight 200,000 lbs.
The fees are the same as an oversize/overweight load issued by a WSD OT office or agent. The YouTube channel of the Washington State Government, linking you to videos from state agencies, departments, and elected officials.
Getting an International Driver's Permit (sometimes incorrectly called a license) can take anywhere from a day to a few weeks, depending on whether you're going through walk-in processing or applying via mail, so make sure to plan ahead if you're planning to drive on your international trip. TripSavvy IDPs can be issued to anyone over 18 who has had a valid driver's license for six months or longer, and they typically remain valid for one year or the expiration of your existing state driving license, it's important to investigate an IDP before your trip and make sure you know the requirements.
Once you have the application completed, you can send it in via the mail or visit a local office of an organization like AAA; you'll also need two original passport-sized photos and a signed copy of your valid U.S. driver's license as well as an enclosed check for the fee. When applying, you'll need a computer and printer, completed application, a copy of your valid U.S. driver's license, two passport photos, and a check, money order, or credit card to complete the process, remember to bring these with you if you're applying in person.
Formatted in the same manner as the state's official license test, it also covers the same topics and includes the same types of questions. If for any reason you should fail the written portion of your permit or license exam after studying with this resource, Test Questions and Answers will refund your money.
If you are currently in the process of obtaining your Washington State driver's permit, our practice driving test is the one resource you need. Containing the same types of questions, and covering the same topics, as the state's official licensing exam, it is incredibly helpful.
In effect, our Washington practice driving test allows you to take the official license exam without ever setting foot in the DMV! 1/12/2020 The Public Space Committee Will Host a Virtual December Meeting on Thursday, January 28, 2021, at 9 a.m. View Document 11/18/2021 The Public Space Committee Will Host a Virtual December Meeting on Thursday, December 10, 2020, at 9 a.m. View Document 11/02/2020 The Public Space Committee Will Host a Virtual November Meeting on Thursday, November 12, 2021, at 9 a.m. View Document 10/16/2021 The Public Space Committee Will Host a Virtual October Meeting on Thursday, October 22, 2021, at 9 a.m. View Document 09/22/2021 The Public Space Committee Will Host a Virtual September Meeting on Thursday, September 24, 2021, at 9 a.m. View Document 08/10/2020 The Public Space Committee Will Host a Virtual August Meeting on Thursday, August 27, 2021, at 9 a.m. View Document Show Previous Notices.
Please see this training PowerPoint and Short & Sweet video on how to apply for the temporary Restaurant Pick Up Drop Off zones. Signs enforced since July 1, 2018, Traffic control plans (Tips) for occupancy permits at construction staging areas are available for viewing online.
TOPS Sign Printing Options DOT’s Online Public Space Occupancy Map DOT’s Mobile App for Public Space Permit Information January 13, 2021, The Office of Tax and Revenue (OR) Cashier’s Office is Closed Thursday, January 14 Please be advised that the Office of Tax and Revenue (OR) Cashier’s Office located at 1101 4th Street SW is temporarily closed until Monday, January 25, 2021. In preparation and observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., birthday on Monday, January 18, 2021, and the 59th Presidential Inauguration in the nation’s capital on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, in coordination with the United States Secret Service (USSS) and the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), there will be a “district-wide” and “extended” temporary suspension of construction work.
This online system enables homeowners, tenants, and businesses alike to apply for the specific type of public space occupancy, construction, excavation, annual or rental permit required for use of the public space within the District of Columbia. For additional public space permitting information, please visit our website at www.ddot.dc.gov.
If you are using a DOT Kiosk please use the computers available in the Permit Center to browse other sites. Please use your browser to print 2 (two) copies of this form after you have completed it and bring them to the Solid Waste Permit Sales Building at the 40 West Landfill.
After submitting your form you will receive an email (you may need to check your Junk Mail folder). Bring the print and your payment to the Solid Waste Permit Sales Building at the 40West Landfill or any of the Transfer Stations.