Florida Department of Transportation (DOT), in an effort to streamline the
permitting process, is offering this web-based permit application system for
overweight and over dimensional permits. This system allows you to submit
your request for overweight and over dimensional permits over the Internet.
Once your permit application is submitted over the Internet, the application
will be reviewed by the State Permits Office for compliance with Chapter
14-26, Florida Administrative Code. Payment for the permit can be made by
credit card, check or a pre-paid ARI account. Those applications receiving
approval for permit will be issued a permit by the Florida Department of
Transportation State Permits Office. Trip permits can be faxed directly to
the permit applicant if requested, or sent by U.S. Mail. Annual permits will
be sent by U.S. Mail.
Submit Permit Application...
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on how to complete the permit application. Adobe Acrobat Reader version 4.0
or better will be required to complete and submit the permit application on
line. You may click on the button located at the bottom of this page to
download this software now.
Submit Divisible Load Permit Application...
Click here for instructions
on how to complete the permit application for a DIVISIBLE LOAD. Dump
trucks, Garbage trucks, Concrete trucks, and other specialty trucks listed
in F.S 316.535(6) whether or not they are connected to a trailer will not be
issued permits under F.S. 316.550(4)a.
NOTICE: All non-routine permit application requests must
contain explicit, detailed routing, including exits, rest area stops, etc.
Please make checks payable to: ACS PERMITS
Is your Permit about to Expire?
Unfortunately our office does not have a renewal process. You will need to
submit new applications for the permits you need. We apologize for the
Notice to the Public... |
If you have already submitted an application you can check it's status by
clicking here. Please have the Application Reference Number available.
Regulations and Fees...
Safety Regulations and Permit Fees for Overweight and Overdimensional
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Effective May 1, 2013, penalties will be issued to those customers who have not replaced their expired maps with the new 2013 Overweight Routing Maps published by the Office of Maintenance. The 2013 Overweight Routing Maps are significantly different than previous versions of the maps and although the Department has made every effort to grant mobility, there are still many cases where new restrictions exist on the maps. Copies of the maps are available for viewing and printing under the “Road Use Permit Office (Important Documents)” section of this page.
Road Use Permit Office
Crane 1 (January 2013)
Crane 2 (January 2013)
Crane 3 (January 2013)
TTT 1 (January 2013)
TTT 2 (January 2013)
TTT 3 (January 2013)
Holiday Movement Restrictions 2013
Axle Spacings & Weights Enforcement
Do I need a Permit? (Trucking Manual - Scroll to bottom of page)
If you have any time sensitive questions or comments (For example: Checking Permit Status), please contact the State Permits
Office at (850) 410-5777. General questions or comments can be submitted by
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