|The log haul permit is in two parts:
- Part I is the truck permit which contains carrier and vehicle information along with the applicable conditions.
- This permit allows increased dimensions as indicated for:
- the overall length when loaded.
- the width of the bunk stakes, including rings and cables.
- the height of the equipment or load, and
- the overhang when loaded.
|The Commercial Vehicle Dimension and Weight Regulation AR315/2002 applies to all other dimensions.|
- The maximum dimensions are:
- Length 30.5 metres for long logs, 25.0 metres for short logs.
- Width 3.2 metres
- Height 4.8 metres
- The maximum rear overhang from the center of last axle to the end of the logs is 9.0 metres, unless stated otherwise on the attached log haul route map.
- The maximum front overhang from the center of the front bunk of a unit equipped with a pole trailer, or from the king pin for a semi-trailer is 3.0 metres. The maximum front overhang for jeep loggers is 4.5 metres.
- The permit covers the movement of empty log bunks point to point provided:
- the overall width including rings and cables does not exceed 3.2 metres.
- headache rack lights are on at night.
- the total height to the top of the bunk stakes does not exceed 5.1 metres,
. when the pole trailer or jeep is loaded on the tractor unit.
- The permit must have a copy of a validated "Part II" map attached to it.
- One permit can apply to all of the trucks in a carrier's fleet. Copies of the permit must be carried in each truck.
- Part II is the colour map which shows the approved log haul routes, with dimensional restrictions indicated by notes on the map. See sample Log Haul Route Map