Big Truck Guide had incorrectly identified Oklahoma as a state where you can obtain permits up to 90,000 lbs on the interstate, depending on the configuration. In fact, there are permits for divisible loads available only for state roads up to 84,000 lbs.
The phone number for the Oklahoma permit office has been updated to 405-425-7012.
In Washington State, trucks can operate to 105,500 lbs if they are licensed for that weight. This was added to the descriptions of several trucks, where there was just the estimated gross weight based on generic wheelbases.
North Dakota allows weights up to 105,500 lbs on state roads for truck combinations that comply with the bridge formula. These trucks are also allowed permitted on the interstate. This rule does not apply to LCV combinations.
South Dakota has no weight limit on state roads, vehicles must just comply with the bridge formula. This can also apply to the interstate, but these trucks require a permit. This was added to the database.
Alabama changed to green color to reflect that trailers up to 53’6″ have no KPRA Maximum Connecticut incorrectly showed 42’8″ as the KPRA distance. Changed to...