COUNTY ROAD LOAD RESTRICTIONS
Please be advised that some counties have placed additional restrictions on the use of county roads. These permits do NOT give you blanket authority to use county roads that are weight restricted. Please contact the county road superintendent in the county you will be traveling in BEFORE making the trip. Please see county load restrictions and alert documents (on the left) for more information.
COUNTIES IN THE PROGRAM
Adams – Billings – Bottineau – Bowman – Burke – Divide – Dunn – Golden Valley – Hettinger - McKenzie – McLean – Mountrail – Renville – Slope – Stark – Ward – Williams
New accounts for Blank Permits must contact permit operator prior to placing their first order. Blank permits are $4.00 each. You may order permits completing the online order form (by clicking 'Order Blank Permits' below), by emailing the permit operator
or by calling (701) 566-5576. You have the option of paying for your online permit order by credit card or you can request to be invoiced. Invoiced orders are due and payable by check 10 days from the invoice date. You are encouraged to keep an adequate supply on hand. A one month supply or more is recommended. Permits are numbered and issued sequentially. Due to the strict auditing procedures used by the permit program, once permits are ordered and mailed, there are no refunds.
An ePermit is an electronic version of the Uniform County Permit. To obtain an ePermit you must click on the “Order ePermit” button below and fill in all required fields. You are required to pay $4.00 for the ePermit plus all associated county heavyweight fees
by credit card when you complete the ePermit order. A “pdf” file of the permit will be created which you will have the option of printing and/or emailing.
A uniform heavy weight fee schedule applies to all permits in all sixteen counties that belong to the Uniform County Truck Permit program. This permit program follows the same dimension laws as the North Dakota State Highway system. When using a county road in any of the counties, AND if you are over weight, or over dimension, or if your vehicle is a Crane, Work-over rig, or a Construction vehicle, you MUST use a permit.
COUNTY ROAD WEIGHT RESTRICTIONS
These permits do NOT give you blanket authority to use county roads that are weight restricted. Check with the county highway superintendent if you have any questions before you use a county road that may have restrictions placed on it.
You can also view Restricted County Roads information by county.
Uniform County Permits are NOT valid on State Highways or Township roads.