Louisiana auto transport

We offer car transport services in Louisiana at an affordable price. Also fill the bill of lading form wherein you inspect the car and any damages in the vehicle are noted down in the form.
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The One-Stop Louisiana Truck Center

The Louisiana Truck Center is a centralized licensing and information center created by Act 273 of the 1997 Louisiana Legislature which enables motor carriers to operate more efficiently in the Bayou State.
To access trucking information truckers should call (225) 295-8589 or toll free 1-888-421-8757. The truck center will help truckers to complete their permitting process quickly by providing
  • A comprehensive handbook which lists and categorizes all the required permits for truckers
  • Permitting information and application forms and on-site contacts with the proper state agency representative responsible for processing and reviewing applications
  • Clarification and preparation of licensing requirements, applications and standards
  • Determination of the status of an application during the review process
  • Coordination of the permitting and licensing process
  • Truckers the interests to obtain and pay for the authorizations they need at the one-stop site.

Legal Limitations and Permits in Louisiana

Louisiana Department of transportation reserves the right to enforce conditions upon issuing special permits and may also impose requirements such as additional axles, speed limit etc.
  • Truckers must obtain permit before moving an oversize or overweight (OSOW) vehicle or load into Louisiana.
  • permit issued must always be carried in the vehicle.
  • Proper authorities may check the permit and the carrier should be able to show the permit at times.
  • In order to obtain an overweight permit, vehicles must be licensed for the maximum allowable license weight.

Hours of operation

Vehicle whose load does not exceed the boundaries of the vehicle will be allowed to cross the US 190 Mississippi River Bridge in Baton Rouge from 6:30 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. Monday through Friday.
Vehicles which require a permit are prohibited from traveling in heavy rain, fog, snow or conditions which creates low visibility for drivers.
In New Orleans Vehicles requiring permits are not allowed to cross any bridge from 6:30 A.M. to 9:00 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. to 6:00 P.M from Monday through Friday.