This list includes every state department of transportation government website for oversize/overweight permits. Many states now have online systems that speed things along, but others still do things by fax or mail. This article provides links as clearly as possible while giving a bit of information about each site in order to hopefully speed things up.
California – Online; their site requires a bit of reading. Most of the permit forms are available as pdfs. The STARS software speeds up the single trip permit application and acceptance process. Annual permits seem to be processed the old-fashioned way.
Connecticut – No online system yet, and there are fax and service fees.
Hawaii – Forms available online; applications and forms must be handed, faxed, or mailed in.
Idaho – Online system for both single trip and annual permits; their page is loaded with links to information about the different requirements and laws.
Iowa – Online.
Kansas – Online; the actual interactive permitting system is not on their DOT website. Their
OVS/OVW page on the DOT website links to other states’ OSV/OSW sites, but some of the links.
Kentucky – Applications available online but there is no online permit system.
Mississippi – Online; includes weight charts which makes it easier to find the needed type of permit
Missouri – Forms, but there are plenty of resources on their page.
Nebraska – Online
Nevada – Online; specifics for types of cargo are included, as well as fee explanations
New Mexico – Forms; their forms for OS/OW permits are available for download online on the
New York – Partially online; you still need to download the forms, but you will also need to make an account. Everything is available on their permits page, but as pdfs and links.
North Carolina – Online; their page includes downloads of permits and other relevant documents
North Dakota – Online; there are some links with related information on their page.
Oklahoma – Online; resources on the left side of the page include weather and live traffic information. The user interface is a little annoying at first.
Virginia – Online; conveniently lists the size and weight limits before a permit is needed
Wisconsin – Online; Minnesota and Wisconsin cross border permits are done by the WINNDOT system.
Wyoming – Phone only; call their hotline ((307) 777-4376) for information about OS/OW permits. Check their site out; not everything is right at the surface and some forms require a bit of digging.