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As Michigan's economy continues to grow over the next few years, trucking will remain an important piece in our transportation network. To ensure infrastructure and motorist safety, our truckers page provides all the necessary rules, guidelines, restrictions, and permits, needed to safely transport goods throughout Michigan.
MiTRIP - Overweight/Oversize Permits
The Michigan Transport Routing and Internet Permitting System (MiTRIP) allows applicants to order oversize/overweight single trip and extended permits to travel on state and federal highways in Michigan. Registration must be done through MPG using a credit/debit card or electronic fund transfer (e-Check, business check) with bank accounts in the United States.
MPG/MiTRIP Registration Instructions:
Existing Business and Permit Services
Business with Existing Extended Permits
Once a company is registered, Delegated Business Authority can be used to give access to all other users in the company.
Single Trip Permit
Extended Trip Permit
Clearing Temporary Internet Files and Session Cookies
For general permit questions, contact 517-241-8999 and select option 2.
Know the Height of Your Load
Vehicle/bridge collisions result in serious injuries, significant property damage, and major congestion problems.
Permits are required for objects or vehicles over 13' 6" in height.
Questions? Contact your local county road commission or MDOT Permits Unit at 517-241-8999.
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