Mileage permits are one of the most common permits needed for the states of Kentucky, New Mexico, New York, Connecticut, and Oregon. Each state has unique requirements for when a permit should be purchased as well as how long they are considered valid.
Looking for a state permit in Kentucky, New Mexico, New York, Connecticut, or Oregon?
Here's a list of everything you will need.
Owner's name (first and last)
DOT / MC #
FEIN # (Taxpayer ID #)
Copy of current registration for each truck that needs to be added
New York requires all trucks over 18,000 pounds to renew permits every three years.
New Mexico requires all trucks over 26,000 pounds to renew permits annually.
Kentucky requires all trucks over 59,999 pounds to purchase permits only once without ever having to be renewed. If there are any changes to your inventory, this form must be updated.
Oregon requires all trucks over 26,000 pounds to purchase permits with a bond. While carriers who frequent Oregon will want to apply for a permanent pass, one-time passes are also offered. If you're interested in a temporary pass, please click the appropriate button below.
Connecticut requires all trucks over 26,000 pounds to have a valid CT Permit Certificate printed and in their trucks. Connecticut does not require each truck to be registered individually, but a CT Certificate must be in each truck going to or through the state.
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