Texas Over Axle and Over Gross Weight Tolerance Permit Bond
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How much does a Texas over axle and over gross weight tolerance permit bond cost?
The Texas over axle and over gross weight tolerance permit bond costs $100 annually. You can save money by choosing our multi-year discount to extend your bond term during checkout!
How do you obtain a Texas over axle and over gross weight permit bond?
You can buy your Texas gross weight permit and oversize permit bond online 24/7. Simply provide your name, address, and county for Department of Motor Vehicles filing approval. Once your payment has been processed, your official Texas surety bond will be emailed to you instantly.
How fast can I get an over axle and over gross weight tolerance bond?
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What is a Texas over axle and over gross weight tolerance permit bond?
Texas Administrative Code 219.30 requires individuals file a $15,000 surety bond before they can be issued a permit to operate a vehicle above certain legal axle and gross weight limits. State form 1753 is officially titled the “Over Axle and Over Gross Weight Tolerance Permit Bond” and specifically requires bonded permit holders operate according to all provisions outlined in Texas Transportation Code 623.011. By filing this bond, motor carrier roadway permit holders agree to pay the state or any county harmed for any damages sustained to a highway as a result of their noncompliance.
Who needs to purchase the Texas oversize overweight permits?
You need to purchase and file surety bond form 1753 with the DMV before you will be issued a permit to operate a vehicle that exceeds the legal axle weight by a tolerance of 10% and the legal gross weight by a tolerance of 5.0% on any county road and on any road in the state highway system. To be eligible for a permit, your vehicle must be registered according to Texas Transportation Code Chapter 502.
Who enforces requirements for over axle and over gross weight tolerance permits?
The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Motor Carrier Division regulates those who operate an over axle and over gross weight tolerance permit in the state. If you have questions about your permit application, existing original permit, or surety bond, you can contact the Motor Carrier Division by calling 1(800)299-1700.
How do I update or change my over axle and gross weight tolerance bond?
If the Texas DMV requires your overweight vehicle bond form to be updated for any reason, contact your surety company to explain the needed change. If you purchased your bond from SuretyBonds.com, email [email protected] to explain the needed change. The most common changes requested for the oversize permit bond are updating your name, address, or county.
How do I renew my over axle and gross weight tolerance bond in Texas?
You should renew your Texas over axle and over gross weight permit bond before its current term expires. Once you pay your SuretyBonds.com renewal invoice, renewal instructions will be sent to keep your bond active for your next oversize permit roadway term.
How do I get a Texas over axle and over gross weight tolerance permit?
Follow the steps below to apply for your over axle and over gross weight tolerance annual permit in Texas.
- Submit your application online on the Texas DMV Permitting System Website or by mail to the address below.
Weight Tolerance Permit
Motor Carrier Division
P.O. Box 13529
Austin, Texas 78711-3529
- Purchase and file $15,000 Texas surety bond form 1753.
- Pay all required fees including the $95 base and administration fees and any additional charges made based on counties for which you're applying.