No Fee Permit Applications

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No Fee Permit Applications  for All Self-Propelled, Towed or Attached Implements of Husbandry and Agricultural Commercial Motor Vehicles (MV2578)  are available on the Wisconsin Department of Transportation website. This link will take you to that site:

  • There now is only one permit application form  for IoH and Ag CMVs needing a permit to exceed weight or length limits.
  • This permit application is used to make an application for a permit to any maintaining road authority.
  • Information needed to complete the No Fee Permit application includes:
    • Routes of operation. There are two ways to determine weight and length limits on local ( village, town, city or county) roads.
    • Identify permit type needed – No Fee Permit application can only be used for IoH and Ag CMVs that exceed length and weight limits. It can also be used for a 2- vehicle combination that is transporting these vehicles. If a permit is needed to exceed height or width restrictions you need to contact the WisDOT State Permit office.
    • Detailed vehicle information including make, model number, description, number of axles for power unit plus any towed or attached IoH.
    • Details of vehicle overall length (applications to exceed length limits) and weight measurements including gross vehicle weights, weight per axle and axle measurements, axle gauge; and
    • Trip frequency and use information – For each month of the year, you will be asked to provide trips per week and estimated weeks of operation for that month.
  • Completed applications are submitted to the maintaining road authority for the roads that you plan to travel with an overlength or over weight IoH or AgCMV.
    • For state and US highways submit application to Department of Transportation.

Wisconsin Department of TransportationPO Box 7980, Madison, WI 53707-7980






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