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Wisconsin Oversize Annual Permit | Oversize Overweight Load Annual Permits

MULTIPLE TRIP (ANNUAL) PERMIT


Allow unlimited trips

Are available for range of 3 to 12 months

Valid on all roadways (some local conditions, for example, posted bridges or roads, may restrict movement)

Carrier responsible for own routing 

Multiple trip permits for divisible loads are not valid during spring thaw except where specified in permit descriptions

 

 Equipment, machinery, materials, self-propelled vehicle (AA)

Maximum allowances are 150’ 00” long, 14’ 00” wide, 16’ 00” high, 170,000 pounds

Examples of loads include transformer, boat, air conditioner, and crane under-own-power


  Sealed container (CM)

This permit is for the transportation of a sealed load

“Sealed load” means a load of commodities or products, being transported in a vehicle or container, which has been sealed with a tamper-evident seal affixed at the time of initial loading

The load must be in transport as a stage in international trade

Issued for weights 80,001 to 90,000 lbs.

Vehicle or vehicle combination must have a minimum of six axles

Weights must comply with weights in 348.15 (3) (c) and 348.29

Permit valid on all interstate highways

Must be ordered through our online Self Issue System


  Farm and field (FF)

This permit is for the transportation of certain agricultural products

"Agricultural product” means any of the following or any combination of the following: fruit, vegetables, grain, including distillers’ grain, live livestock, and feed or nutritional supplements for livestock and fish or minnows 

Issued for weights 80,001 to 90,000 lbs.

Vehicle or vehicle combination must have a minimum of six axles

Weights must comply with weights in 348.15 (3) (c) and 348.29

Not valid on interstate highways, except for the portion designated as I-41 between I-94 at the Zoo Interchange and I-43 Green Bay

Valid only for the transportation of agricultural products to a farm or from a field or farm to a storage facility on the  farmer’s owned or leased land, a facility for initial storage that is not on the  farmer’s owned or leased land, or a facility for initial processing.


 Mobile home or modular building section (MH)

Maximum outside to outside dimension of towed unit below the roof line is 15’ 00” wide

Maximum roofline dimension is 16’ 00” wide

Left side roof overhang may not exceed right side roof overhang, no maximum right side roof overhang

Maximum 100’ 00” long, 15’ 00” high and legal weight

Separate permits are required for each section

Escorts required on some roadways, as described in the Escort Highways form MV2740


 Garbage, refuse, and recyclable scrap (AG)

Garbage means discarded materials resulting from the handling, processing, storage and consumption of food. The transporting vehicle must be a self-compactor equipped vehicle or a roll-off equipped truck or a roll-off trailer that uses all axles while transporting garbage or refuse. 

Refuse means any combustible and non-combustible rubbish including, but not limited to paper, wood, metal, glass, cloth and products thereof; litter and street rubbish, ashes and lumber, concrete, and other debris resulting from the construction or demolition of structures. The transporting vehicle must be a self-compactor equipped vehicle or a roll-off equipped truck or a roll-off trailer that uses all axles while transporting garbage or refuse.

Recyclable-scrap means a waste material from a manufacturing or commercial processing facility, being transported to a secondary end user, where the waste material will have a beneficial re-use or application.

Not valid on the Interstate, except on I 39 (Hwy 51) from Wausau south to the Hwy 78-I 90/94 interchange near Portage and for that portion of USH 41 between I 94 at the Zoo Interchange and I 43 Green Bay, which has been designated as I 41.


Fruits, vegetables/raw forest at 90,000 lbs (RF) 

This permit allows 112.5% of the weight authorised by Wisconsin Statute 348.15(3)(b) and (c)

Maximum permit weight of 90,000 lbs.

Raw forest products, which means logs, pilings, posts, poles cordwood products, wood chips, sawdust, pulpwood, fuel wood, intermediary lumber and Christmas trees not altered by a manufacturing process off the land, sawmill or factory from which they are taken

Fruits or vegetables, which means the edible part of the plants and the inedible part of plants, which are commonly harvested and sold, with the edible parts. Can only be transported from:

  • Field to storage or
  • Field to processing facilities
  • This permit also allows for the limited movement of bulk potatoes from storage facilities to rail loading facilities (See route limitations in information sheet)
  • This permit is not valid on Interstate except for I-39 from STH 29 south of Wausau to the Portage Interchange and for I-41 from I-94 to I-43
  • Seasonal exemption for overweight vegetables [See s. 348.17(5) Wis. Stats.]


Raw forest products (RS)

This permit is authorized by s.348.27(9m)(a)4

Maximum permit weight is 98,000 lbs

Vehicle combination must have a minimum of six axles; no axle may exceed 18,000 lbs

Raw forest products, which means logs, pilings, posts, poles cordwood products, wood chips, sawdust, pulpwood, fuel wood, intermediary lumber and Christmas trees not altered by a manufacturing process off the land, sawmill or factory from which they are taken

This permit is not valid on Interstate except for I-41 from I-94 to I-43 and I-39 from WI-34 to WI-29.


Hay and straw (HM)

This permit is authorised by s.348.27(16)

Authorises overheight transportation of hay or straw

Maximum permit height 15’00”

If vehicle is overheight, but legal in all other dimensions and weight, travel on all interstate highways is allowed except where already restricted by law

May not operate on any Interstate highway if both overheight and overwidth

Need written permission for travel on local roads.


Potatoes bulk (PB)

Transportation of bulk potatoes from storage to food processing facilities only

Cannot exceed maximum vehicle or vehicle combination weight limitations under s.348.15(3)(c) by more than 10,000 pounds

Maximum vehicle or vehicle combination cannot exceed 90,000 pounds

Not allowed to travel during spring thaw

Not valid on any interstate highway.


Potato seed (PS)

Transportation of potato intended for use as seed

Cannot exceed maximum vehicle or vehicle combination weight limitations under s.348.15(3)(c) by more than 10,000 pounds

Maximum vehicle or vehicle combination cannot exceed 90,000 pounds

Allows 53 foot trailers

Allowed to travel during spring thaw

Specified Route. See Trans 258 for vehicle, weight and routes specifications

Requires written local roads route approval.


Michigan border (MI)

Allows Michigan rigs and configurations, transporting miscellaneous commodities, to operate in Wisconsin within 11 air miles of the Wisconsin-Michigan border

Allows the transportation of raw forest products, lumber, or forestry biomass beyond the 11 air miles on specified corridors. List of corridors can be found in the Michigan border information sheet linked below

Maximum permit weight 164,000.


Building mover (BM)

For moving buildings such as houses, garages or other structures as defined below

  • "Building" means a dwelling or other structure (or portion of) with one or more overall transport measurements equaling or exceeding 12 feet wide, 14 feet 3 inches high, or 100 feet long, that is raised and supported from an existing foundation to be moved and placed on a permanent foundation at a new location where the building is to be delivered; "building" does not include a modular housing unit or manufactured building or home 
  • The building mover permit has both minimum dimensions, as stated above, and maximum dimensions.

Maximum dimensions: 15' high; 15' wide and 100' overall

Applicants for "building" mover permits must have motor carrier authority (MC or LC), which requires insurance on file. LC (intrastate) authority may be obtained and insurance may be filed with the Motor Carrier Registration Unit - (608) 266-9900. MC (interstate) authority must be obtained from the federal government.

Drivers who will operate the truck or semi-tractor that will tow a "building" must have a valid CDL (Commercial Driver License). The CDL number for all operators must be provided on the permit application. 


Grain, coal, and iron ore (AC)

Grain means corn, wheat, soybeans, oats, barley, rye, buckwheat, sorghum, flaxseed, milo, sunflower seed and mixed grain as defined in the federal grain standards act. The term does not include canning crops for processing or grain used or intended for use solely for sowing purposes.

Valid on all Wisconsin state trunk highways within 5 miles of Minnesota border

Allows up to 110 percent of legal gross weights with a maximum weight of 88,000 pounds


Time, it takes to receive: 1 business day

Mailing method: online

Commodity specific? Truck specific

Need to obtain a route? No


Source of information: https://wisconsindot.gov/Documents/formdocs/mv2614.pdf  

https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/dmv/com-drv-vehs/mtr-car-trkr/osow-multiple-trip.aspx 

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