Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by tucker, Nov 19, 2016.
No,no bridges to speak of.
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But then there is this
Dang , I just looked at the other states and Hummers chart is way wrong.
You can blast the megacarriers but most every one that I know of puts this information in their permit books. This information and a Rand McNally Motor Carrier Atlas is most all you need to stay legal.
Utah used to be 41'
Did they change it?
I will be honest I did not hear they did but checking on the UDOT site it says nothing about it.
If you look in the Rand Motor Carrier Atlas you see Utah says 48' trailers, nothing is mentioned about 53's
48's there is no rule, I still think 48-53's require you to be at a 41' kingpin setting.
(1) Trailers of 48' to 53' require no more than 41' spacing from kingpin to center of rear axle group.
Call the POE at Wendover or St George