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What are other types of permits?
Transmit America® is constantly evaluating and expanding its permit offerings. Some common permits also offered are listed below with some basic information. Please contact Transmit America® for more extensive information.
- Some states; such as New Jersey, require a permit to deliver and pick-up alcoholic freight.
- This type of permit requires the company name, vehicle information, and the name for both delivery and pick-up city.
Weight Increase Permit
- A permit that allows an individual trucker ending its employer's lease (employer pulls plates) to travel with no load or trailer to 'hunt' for another job or return home.
- This permit needs the address listed on the title and truck information including the unladen weight are needed for this permit.
New York Highway Use Tax (HUT) Permit
- A permit offered by some states to temporarily increase the registered weight on an apportioned vehicle.
Kentucky KYU Permit
Permit needed for vehicles traveling New York highways if ANY of the following are true:
- Registered gross weight exceeding 18,000 lbs.
- Any truck/tractor with an empty weight exceeding 4,000 lbs.
- Any truck (straight, dump, etc.) with an unladen weight exceeding 8,000 lbs.
- Truck/tractor with more than 2 axles.
- Permit for traveling on Kentucky highways with a truck/tractor registered at greater than 60,000 lbs. and not having a permanent KYU number.
- Illinois IRP permit allows carriers registered in the state of Illinois to adjust apportionment when adding a new truck or re-assigning plates.
- Permit authorizes transport of hazardous materials (fuel, chemicals, etc.).