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11.04.01.00.htm 11.04.01.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 04 STATE HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION Chapter 01 Permits for Oversize and Overweight Vehicles Authority: Transportation Article, §2-103(b) 4-204, 4-205(f) 8-204(b)d) (i) 24-112, 24-113, 24-113.2, Annotated Code of Maryland
11.04.01.01.htm 11.04.01.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Administration" means the State Highway Administration.. 2) "Axle weight" has the meaning stated in Transportation Article, Title 24, Annotated Code of Maryland.3) "Excessive size" means an overall dimension of 16 feet or more in height, 16 feet or more in width, or 100 feet or more in4) "Excessive weight" means a gross vehicle weight exceeding 60 tons (120,000 pounds).
11.04.01.01-1.htm 11.04.01.01-1. 01-1 Unit Authority.. The Unit has the authority to issue permits for oversize and overweight vehicles..
11.04.01.02.htm 11.04.01.02. 02 Permits Available.. A. There are six types of permits which may allow oversize or overweight vehicles to move on State highways.B. A person may move special mobile equipment or a vehicle where the load or vehicle or both are oversize or overweight on State highways, under one of the following types of permits:1) Blanket hauling permit;. 2) Book permit (issued in books of ten). 3) Containerized cargo permit;. 4) Special hauling permit;. 5) Special vehicle permit; and.
11.04.01.03.htm 11.04.01.03. 03 Blanket Hauling Permit.. A. Except as provided for in §E of this regulation, a blanket hauling permit may not be issued or used when a load can be dismantled or disassembled in such a way that moves can be made within the size and weight limits imposed by the laws of Maryland.B. A permit issued under this regulation for a vehicle which exceeds 27,000 pounds per axle but is less than or equal to 30,000 pounds per axle shall comply with COMAR 11.04.01) A blanket hauling perm
11.04.01.04.htm 11.04.01.04. 04 Book Permits.. A. The Unit may issue books of permits. Each book contains ten single trip book permits.. B. A permit issued under this regulation for a vehicle which exceeds 27,000 pounds per axle but is less than or equal to 30,000 pounds per axle shall comply with COMAR 11.04.02.01-1E.C. One book permit shall be used for each movement of a qualified vehicle between the points and over the route designated on the permit. It also authorizes the return of an e
11.04.01.05.htm 11.04.01.05. 05 Containerized Cargo Permit.. A. A containerized cargo permit allows for the movement of an indivisible load of containerized cargo and is only valid for movement to or egress from the Port of Baltimore. Special hauling permits are available for movement to or egress from other international ports.B. Determination of an Indivisible Load. A truck tractor-semitrailer combination of vehicles carrying manifested international freight as the only load of the vehicle in a sea
11.04.01.06.htm 11.04.01.06. 06 Special Hauling Permit.. A. Authority to Issue. The Unit may issue a special hauling permit for a single movement of special mobile equipment or a vehicle where the load or vehicle or both are oversize or overweight.B. A permit issued under this regulation for a vehicle which exceeds 27,000 pounds per axle but is less than or equal to 30,000 pounds per axle shall comply with COMAR 11.04.02.01-1E.C. Application.. 1) To obtain a special hauling permit, the applica
11.04.01.07.htm 11.04.01.07. 07 Special Vehicle Permit.. A. Controlled Movement.. 1) In exceptional cases, the Unit may issue a special vehicle permit for the controlled movement of a special vehicle.2) A special vehicle permit authorizes the vehicle to make a single one-way trip between the points of origin and destination specified, and only over those routes designated on the permit.3) Special vehicle permits may not allow the regular or continuous movement of a special vehicle.. B. A permit issued under
11.04.01.08.htm 11.04.01.08. 08 Fees.. A. Blanket Hauling Permits. The fees for blanket hauling permits are:. 1) 30-day blanket permit ― $50;. 2) Annual blanket permit ― $500.. B. Book Permits.. 1) The fee for a book of ten single trip book permits is $300.. 2) If a book permit is unused and has not been completed or detached from the book, the permittee may return the book before its expiration date with the original and permittee's copies of the permit to the Unit, and the Unit may give a refund or cre
11.04.01.09.htm 11.04.01.09. 09 Denial of Permit.. A. The Unit may not issue a permit or authorize use of a book permit, if it determines that the proposed movement would constitute an unreasonable hazard to other highway traffic or be unreasonably detrimental to highway surfaces or structures.B. The Unit may not issue a blanket hauling permit or a special hauling permit, or authorize use of a book permit, if the vehicle and its load can be dismantled or disassembled or hauled in such a way
11.04.01.10.htm 11.04.01.10. 10 Suspension and Revocation of Hauling Permits.. A. If a permittee has violated the regulations under COMAR 11.04.01―11.04.04, or the terms of any permit issued to the permittee, two times within any 6-month period, the Unit may suspend for 30 days the use of any hauling permit requested by or issued to the permittee and outstanding.B. If a permittee has violated the regulations under COMAR 11.04.01―11.04.04, or the terms of any permit issued to the permittee, three times within a
11.04.01.11.htm 11.04.01.11. 11 False Statement in Permit Application.. A. If an application for a permit for movement of an oversize or overweight vehicle contains a false statement of a material fact, the Unit may deny that permit and any future permits to the permittee.B. Procedures.. 1) If the Unit determines that an application contains a false statement of a material fact, the Unit shall notify the permittee by certified mail of its determination, the status of suspension from future permits, the durati
11.04.01.12.htm 11.04.01.12. 12 Exceptional Hauling Permits.. The State Highway Administration may issue an exceptional hauling permit in accordance with Transportation Article, §24-113.2, Annotated Code of Maryland.
11.04.01.9999.htm 11.04.01.9999. Administrative History Effective date: May 20, 1975 (2:10 Md. R. 752). Chapter revised effective July 20, 1977 (4:15 Md. R. 1146). Chapter recodified from COMAR 11.04.04 to 11.04.01 ―. Chapter revised effective August 1, 1984 (11:15 Md. R. 1331). Regulation .03D amended effective June 11, 1990 (17:11 Md. R. 1343). Regulation .03 amended as an emergency provision effective May 1, 1992 (19:10 Md. R. 928) amended permanently effective October 12, 1992 (19:20 Md. R. 1816)
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