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Title 23Chapter ISubchapter GPart 658 → Appendix


Title 23: Highways
PART 658—TRUCK SIZE AND WEIGHT, ROUTE DESIGNATIONS—LENGTH, WIDTH AND WEIGHT LIMITATIONS


Appendix B to Part 658—Grandfathered Semitrailer Lengths

StateFeet and inches
Alabama53-6
Alaska48-0
Arizona57-6
Arkansas53-6
California148-0
Colorado57-4
Connecticut48-0
Delaware53-0
District of Columbia48-0
Florida48-0
Georgia48-0
Hawaii48-0
Idaho48-0
Illinois53-0
Indiana248-6
Iowa53-0
Kansas57-6
Kentucky53-0
Louisiana59-6
Maine48-0
Maryland48-0
Massachusetts48-0
Michigan48-0
Minnesota48-0
Mississippi53-0
Missouri53-0
Montana53-0
Nebraska53-0
Nevada53-0
New Hampshire48-0
New Jersey48-0
New Mexico57-6
New York48-0
North Carolina48-0
North Dakota53-0
Ohio53-0
Oklahoma59-6
Oregon53-0
Pennsylvania53-0
Puerto Rico48-0
Rhode Island48-6
South Carolina48-0
South Dakota53-0
Tennessee50-0
Texas59-0
Utah48-0
Vermont48-0
Virginia48-0
Washington48-0
West Virginia48-0
Wisconsin348-0
Wyoming57-4

1Semitrailers up to 53 feet may also operate without a permit by conforming to a kingpin-to-rearmost axle distance of 38 feet. Semitrailers that are consistent with 23 CFR 658.13(g) may operate without a permit provided the distance from the kingpin to the center of the rear axle is 46 feet or less.

2Semitrailers up to 53 feet in length may operate without a permit by conforming to a kingpin-to-rearmost axle distance of 40 feet 6 inches. Semitrailers that are consistent with 23 CFR 658.13(g) may operate without a permit provided the distance from the kingpin to the center of the rear axle is 46 feet or less.

3Semitrailers up to 53 feet in length may operate without a permit by conforming to a kingpin-to-rear axle distance of 41 feet, measured to the center of the rear tandem assembly. Semitrailers that are consistent with 23 CFR 658.13(g) may operate without a permit provided the distance from the kingpin to the center of the rear axle is 46 feet or less.

[53 FR 2599, Jan. 29, 1988, as amended at 54 FR 1931, Jan. 18, 1989; 62 FR 10181, Mar. 5, 1997; 72 FR 7749, Feb. 20, 2007]



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