Over 10,000 and under 26,000 out of state

Discussion in 'Trucking Industry Regulations' started by deathB4decaf, Feb 13, 2020.

  1. deathB4decaf

    deathB4decaf Medium Load Member

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    There is a van body that I need to have delivered out of state. Over 10k and under 26k. Does the unit need a permit that is hauling the load? Everything I typically deal with is over so I just use our IFTA fleet trucks. This particular driver doesn't have his CDL and therefor, cannot drive our larger units.
     
  2. x1Heavy

    x1Heavy Road Train Member

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    A van body?

    Like say a A team Van van?

    Or some other van truck body?

    What truck do you intend to load that on?

    Sorry for questions, but without details I cannot understand the question.
     
  3. deathB4decaf

    deathB4decaf Medium Load Member

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    I'm still new to some of this. It is the van body off of a truck. Thinking about using a rollback.
     
  4. x1Heavy

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    You are probably going to get into a special kind of trailer called a Landoll. It lowers down as a ramp, put the body on it, secure the bejeezus out of it and if it's over size get permits. And proceed.
     
  5. deathB4decaf

    deathB4decaf Medium Load Member

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    So, we can't use a rollback? It will fit on our rollback. We have a Landoll that we use for 40' containers but that would require someone with a CDL.
     
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  6. deathB4decaf

    deathB4decaf Medium Load Member

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    I'm just wondering if I need permits to take a unit out of state even though it is under CDL.
     
  7. ZVar

    ZVar Road Train Member

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    Only need permits if the rollback is three or more axles.

    Two things come to mind though. One would be height. Make sure it stays under the 13'6" required. Two would be weight. Make sure the rollback would still be under 26k lbs loaded.
     
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  8. wis bang

    wis bang Road Train Member

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    The van body has no effect on the CDL nature of the roll back.

    Either the roll back requires a CDL or it does not...payload is immaterial except the height as an MT van body doesn't weigh much in the first place...

    Still needs his Med cert over 10K.....
     
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  9. ZVar

    ZVar Road Train Member

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    Payload weight does matter if it pushes it over 26k actual weight.
    Not only would the truck be over weight, the driver can be put oos for driving without a license.
     
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