Town Designee to Handle No Fee Permits

WI Act 377 created this statute to define Maintaining Authorities: 348.27(19) No-fee permits for implements of husbandry and agricultural commercial motor vehicles that exceed length or weight limitations. (a) In this subsection, “maintaining authority” means the following: The department or its designee, with respect to state trunk highways. The municipality or county responsible for maintenance of […]

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Who’s responsible for getting a No Fee Permit?

The owner of the equipment is responsible for obtaining a No Fee Permit to operate an Implement of Husbandry (IoH)  or Agricultural Commercial Motor Vehicle (Ag CMV) overweight or over length. In the case that you are leasing or borrowing the equipment, you are responsible for that equipment and legally operating it on the highway. […]

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Road sign with farm tractor and road indicating new rules.

What are the options?

2013 Wisconsin Act 377, enacted in April 2014, sets weight and length limits for IoH and Ag CMV, with specific exemptions, especially in regards to Category B IoH. It also allows local government officials to pass resolutions or ordinances regarding the maximum gross vehicle and axle weight limits for Implements of Husbandry (IoH) and Agricultural […]

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