Commercial vehicles often require special permits to traverse Texas roads. These transportation permits can be tough obtain, especially when you’re juggling dozens of other tasks. That’s why we’re here to help.
Frexito Group will acquire the right Texas permits on your behalf and determine what your transportation goals require.
Overweight and oversized vehicles call for temporary permits in the Lone Star State – and most of the country. You’ll need to schedule a vehicle inspection to ascertain your load size and needs. At Frexito, we specialize in understanding and obtaining weight and size-based load permits. We’ll get your commercial vehicles on the road pronto with the right documentation.
You likely need a temporary permit if the vehicle:
Obtaining a permit requires a fee. In Texas, this fee will be $60 for each permit. If your vehicle and load weigh more than 200,000 pounds together, you may also need to pay an added fee of $35 for “highway maintenance.” Don’t worry – it’s not up to you to research and understand these details. That’s our job.
At Frexito, we’ve been specializing in Texas law and regulations for years. If you don’t want to face fines and penalties on the road, we’re your team. Our Houston experts handle everything from applying for a permit to preparing for the next journey. We’re thorough, trustworthy, and most importantly, great at what we do.
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Call 832.677.6414 or schedule a free consultation online. We’ll provide you with innovative, lasting transportation solutions. Let’s start the conversation today.
1. What are the solutions to a bad transportation system?
If you feel your transportation is inefficient or missing key elements, we’ll help you speed up your process. Our experts will optimize your stop designs, find better routes, and most importantly, obtain transportation permits in a timely manner.
2. What is the DOT weight limit?
A “DOT” regulation applies to vehicles with a gross weight rating of more than 10,000 pounds. Federal limits only allow 80,000 pounds of gross vehicle weight, 20,000 pounds on a single axle, and 24,000 pounds on a tandem axle group.
3. What is the widest load limit without a permit?
If your upcoming load exceeds 8.5 feet in width, you’ll need a Texas oversize permit to proceed.