Load Heavy. Stay Compliant. Make More Money.
For Truck Drivers / Dispatchers
It’s like downloading your safety manager’s brain! The MyBigTruck report will show you exactly the gross and axle weight maximums are for your truck. Jurisdictions where the combination does not fulfil the Kingpin to Rear Axle restriction, or the trailer length restriction, are crossed out in red so you can easily see where you can’t go!
For Shippers / Trucking Companies / Brokers
Load Heavier! Find out what the maximum gross weights are across each jurisdiction for every truck in your fleet! Be more confident quoting work in areas where you don’t regularly operate.
MyBigTruck Reports contain the following information for your unique truck:
- Maximum Axle Weights
- Maximum Bridge Weights
- Maximum Gross Weights – Unpermitted
- Maximum Gross Weights – with Permit
- US Federal Bridge Detailed Compliance
- Compliance with Kingpin to Rear Axles
- Compliance with Trailer Length
- Available for 5 and 6 Axle semi trucks
You can make 3 different truck calculations and edit them as much as you wish. The tool will be available for 1 month after purchase.
Want to see how it looks? Download a Sample Report Here!
How does it work?
- Submit axle to axle spacings
- Submit Kingpin to Center of Tandems Distance
- Submit Trailer Length
After submitting these dimensions, a web page and PDF document are generated that hold the restrictions for your truck.
Part 1: Summary of Weight Restrictions
The MyBigTruck report consists of 2 parts. The first part is a table listing all jurisdictions and the maximum weights allowed. The numbers include:
- Axle weight limits
- Gross weight limits
- Bridge weight limits
If the kingpin dimension or trailer length is not in compliance for a particular jurisdiction, the row is highlighted in red to show that your combination does not qualify. For example, a 5 axle truck can purchase a permit for increased weights in New York state, but this particular permit limits trailers to 48’.
Part 2: US Federal Bridge Law Compliance
The second part of the MyBigTruck report shows these restrictions as they apply to your specific vehicle.