Oversize Insurance, bonding and special requirements
City of chicago
Insurance cert requires 1 million general liability and 1 million auto liability. Cert must be in the name of City of Chicago and they also must be listed as additional insured. 121 N. Lasalle St. Rm 804 Chicago, IL 60602 For more information call (312) 744-4699
Any permit load requires a Certificate of Liability that consist of the following amounts of public liability: $300,000 each accident; $100,000 each person injured; total property damage, $50,000; public property damage, $50,000. The certificate must show the Department of Transportation as the certificate holder and must remain of file for the duration of the permit. This requirement may be found in the Official Rules of the State of Georgia, Department of Transportation, 672-2.03(d).
Georgia Department of Public Safety
Attn: Oversize Permit Unit
959 E Confederate Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
Louisiana requires that a certificate of insurance , which insures any damage to state property must be posted at the Truck permit office before any permit is issued for vehicles and loads which are overweight and/or 14 wide or over. The minimum amount of the certificate of insurance must be $100,000 for one trip or $250,000 for a year.
Louisiana Department of Transportation
Truck Permit Office
P.O. Box 94042
Baton Rouge, La 70804
A Certificate of insurance for $500.000 combined single limits and a valid USDOT number must be on file with the Mississippi Department of Transportation Permit Office. More information contact.
Over-Dimensional Permits Insurance Department
Toll Free (888) 737-0061
Local (601) 359-1589
Insurance Certificate required
New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commision-Motor Carrier Unit
P.O. Box 133
Trenton, NJ 08666
New Mexico requires that a certificate of insurance is on file with the permit office before a oversize/overweight permit can be obtained. Proof of coverage of at least $50,000/$100,000/$25,000.
New Mexico Department of Public Safety
Motor Transportation Permit office
P.O. Box 1628
Santa Fe, NM 87504
Companies and Corporations must submit proof of insurance on the ACORD form. An example of this form may be found on our website under Resources.
Private individuals must provide proof of insurance, but the ACORD form is not required.
Any person, firm, company, corporation, or other who undertakes the movement of any overweight and/or over dimensional article and/or commodity on the highways of the State of Tennessee shall hold the State of Tennessee, its officers, and employees, harmless from any claims for damages resulting from the exercise of any of the privileges granted under the special permit so issued for such overweight and/or over dimensional movement, and to this end, shall carry liability insurance with an insurer, acceptable to the TDOT Permit Office, and shall furnish a certificate of insurance to the TDOT Permit Office, in the amount of not less than three hundred thousand dollars ($300,000) for each claimant injured and one million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence.
Additionally, the certificate of insurance (COI) shall provide that the insurer shall give, to the TDOT Permit Office, written notice of intention to terminate said required insurance by certified mail, said termination to become effective thirty (30) days after receipt of said notice from the insurer by the TDOT Permits Office.
All motor carriers operating in Utah must file proof of insurance with the Department in accordance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulations (FMCSR) 387.9. Fax Certificate of Insurance to 801-965-4399
There are many local municipalities and counties that require permits in addition to what is issued by the states. It is advisable that you check with those local authorities when you are traveling on routes that are not authorized on you permit. Some of these local jurisdictions also require insurance on file in order to obtain the necessary permits required to travel on their roads.
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This page last updated 05/22/2023