One-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset, plus the following exceptions: Loads not exceeding 12 wide, 15′ high, 110′ long are permitted for night travel. Loads not exceeding 14′ wide, 15′ high, 110′ long, are permitted for weekend travel except in restricted areas noted in next section. Holiday travel is usually permitted for loads not exceeding 12 wide, 15′ high, 110′ long. Spring thaw weight restrictions exist on some secondary routes approximately February through April.
All oversize vehicles (excess of 8’6″ wide) width must display “Oversize Load” signs front and rear.
Warning flags are to be used only in daylight hours and must be florescent orange in color with a minimum size distance of 18″ from one corner to the next corner and be placed at the outer most corners of the shipment as well as on any protrusions.
IF the shipment is permitted to travel during night hours must have 2 constant display amber lights placed at the very most front extreme of the load, two amber steady burning lights on the outer (side) center of the load and two red steady lit lights on the outer most rear of the load. All oversize vehicles (excess of 8’6″ wide) must run with low beam headlights ON. Note: You must have a Nevada Light Permit to run flashing revolving amber warning light(s) or even to travel with it turned off but uncovered.
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