Utah Mobile Home Transport Regulations

Laws On Moving Oversize Manufactured Buildings by State

Utah Manufactured Homes Moving

 

MANUFACTURED HOME

LEGAL DIMENSIONS:

The legal dimensions of mobile and manufactured homes when no oversize permit is required are:

• Width: 8’6″  (Safety appurtenances such as binder chains, clearance lights, rub rails, and load securing devices and other non-property carrying devices may extend up to 3 inches beyond the prescribed width on either side)

• Height: 14′

• Length: 45 feet. (Mobile/Manufactured home only)

• Overall Length: 65′ overall length  (Mobile/Manufactured home and tow vehicle combination.)

MEASURING MOBILE/MANUFACTURED HOMES

When the legal dimensions are exceeded, an oversize permit is required. Any mobile/manufactured home with any eave in excess of 12 inches will be included in the overall width measurement.

• Width is measured horizontally (wall to wall) or actual structure that would include any protuberance on the mobile/manufactured home. Safety appurtenances such as binder chains, clearance lights, rub rails, load securing devices, and other non-property carrying devices may extend up to 3 inches beyond the prescribed width on either side. Eaves will be included in width measurement, but not in determination of whether a pilot car is needed until eaves exceed 12”.

• Height is measured vertically from level road surface to the highest point of the mobile/manufactured home when hitched to tow vehicle and ready for the road or loaded on semitrailer ready for the road.

• Length for a Mobile/Manufactured Home is measured horizontally from front of the trailer hitch to the rearmost protuberance on the mobile/manufactured home, or semi-trailer lowboy.

• Overall Length: 65′ combination of Mobile/Manufactured home and tow vehicle, Trailer-tow combination, or truck-trailer and semi-trailer lowboy, measured horizontally from the front bumper of the tow vehicle to the rearmost protuberance on the mobile/manufactured home, or semi-trailer lowboy.

PERMIT PROVISIONS

Mobile/Manufactured homes, moved on their own running gear, which exceed the legal dimensions, may be moved on any highways under authority of an overweight/oversize permit. Mobile/Manufactured homes to be moved on semi-trailer lowboys may be permitted.

For loads originating in Utah, a copy of the Tax Commission Movable Structure Tax Clearance/Moving Permit (TC-138) must be:

• Obtained from the County Assessor in the county from which the load originates.

• Affixed to the rear end of the mobile/manufactured home or moveable structure, and

• Be visible to any enforcement officer or agent.

• Proof of a TC-138 permit must be carried in the Mobile Home. UCA 41-1A-1320

• Proof of obtaining a TC-138 permit must be submitted, or presented prior to, or at the time of application. The oversize load permit will not be issued without proof of a TC-138 permit.

Source of information: https://www.udot.utah.gov/main/f?p=100:pg:0:::1:T,V:392,

Below is a list of states and their oversize regulations

Click on the states below for links to the state's guidelines for hauling oversize manufactured building. These regulations are subject to change for each state. If something doesn't look correct, give us a shout and let us know so we can property update the page.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Titan provides solutions customized to meet your needs

Understanding your requirements and objectives is important to us. We listen and work together to create a truly successful supply chain.

Request an oversize quote

What can we do for you? Find out more!

Lets Get Started