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Self Propelled Cranes

“Truck crane” shall mean a motor truck equipped with a permanently mounted hoisting apparatus, winch, or derrick, designed for the moving of objects, with no provision for carrying a load on the body of such truck crane except equipment used for the operation of a hoisting apparatus, winch, or derrick. Cranes will be considered a non-divisible load, meaning it cannot be broken down and will be allowed to travel with counter weights and boom.

If leaving the counter weights and boom on the crane causes it to exceed its registered weight you must apply for a Single Trip Permit through the Permits Unit for review by Engineering, or if you have a Self Issue Crane permit account (see SELF-ISSUE CRANE PERMITS) you may self issue according to the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles established program of self issuance.

Crane operators are required to get a Single Trip Permit, which will only be issued for approved routes. If traveling on a route that has not been surveyed for a crane, the engineers must review the vehicle dimensions and weight along with the requested routing. A diagram of the crane would have to be submitted along with the axle weights, axle spacing and tire size.

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Title Sort descending ID# Description
Blanket Permit for Special Purpose Vehicles
CVO-103
Annual Permit for Well Drilling Rigs and Concrete Pump Trucks Only.
Crane Routing
CVO-116
A listing of roads and bridges for crane operators to plan routing.
Rules for Overweight Overdimension Permits
CVO-110
Rules and instructions governing overweight and over-dimension vehicle permits.

FAQs

What information is required when requesting a Super Load Permit and Engineering Review?

See the Application and Requirements (form #CVO-106).

How do I obtain Vermont overdimension permits?
  • Complete and mail an application with the correct fee to Commercial Vehicle Operations.
  • Walk into the Commercial Vehicle Unit in Montpelier, Vermont.
  • Contact a Permit Service Company.
  • Faxed permit applications are accepted if you have an established escrow account.
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