How much do Oversize Load drivers make?
According to WideLoadShipping.com, oversized load truckers earn between $53,125 and $90,000 on average. You might even earn six figures if you're willing to sacrifice some home time and work extra hard.
Can you pass oversize loads?
Oversize loads require an extended distance to stop, change lanes, and pass other vehicles. P/EVOs assist by warning motorists when the load is going to change lanes, pass another vehicle, etc. Oversize loads have more blind spots, and the blind spots are larger than in other vehicles.
What does oversize load mean?
What is a OSOM load-carrying Vehicle? An Oversize Overmass (OSOM) vehicle is a heavy vehicle that is carrying, or specially designed to carry, a large indivisible item.
What is the widest load allowed on highway?
In general, the maximum legal load width is 8.5 feet (102 inches), and the maximum height limit is also 102 inches. Legal length is typically 48 to 53 feet, and the maximum weight is about 46,000 pounds. Some trucks may be able to scale heavier, but 46,000 pounds is usually the standard.