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Trans 254.14(1)(b) (b) Hold the state, its subdivisions, officers, employees and agents harmless from any claim which may arise from operation over public highways under the permit.
Trans 254.14(2) (2) Whether or not insurance, bond, or deposit as set forth in sub. (7) is required, the permittee shall be liable for all damages which any highway or its appurtenances may sustain by reason of any operation under the permit.
Trans 254.14(3) (3) An issuing authority may waive insurance requirements for permits issued to government.
Trans 254.14(4) (4) Where a certificate of insurance is required, no insurer may cancel the certificate of insurance without providing the issuing authority 10 days advance written notice of the cancellation.
Trans 254.14(5) (5) An issuing authority may require a permittee to provide more bodily injury and property damage liability coverage than is set forth in sub. (6).
Trans 254.14(6) (6) The following insurance amounts are required:
Trans 254.14(6)(a) (a) When the permitted load does not exceed 12 feet in width, 1312 feet in height, or 100 feet in length and is not overweight by more than 25%: - See PDF for table PDF
Trans 254.14(6)(b) (b) When the permitted load exceeds the size or weight limitations in par. (a): - See PDF for table PDF
Trans 254.14(7) (7) A permittee shall certify, and may be required to present satisfactory written evidence, that the amount of insurance coverage given in sub. (6), or a bond in a form satisfactory to the issuing authority, will be in effect for the vehicle and load designated in the permit while operating on the public highway, unless this requirement is expressly waived by the issuing authority.
Trans 254.14 History History: Cr. Register, December, 1990, No. 420, eff. 1-1-91.
Trans 254.15 Trans 254.15General conditions and requirements.
Trans 254.15(1)(1) A permittee shall comply with all applicable statutes, ordinances, rules and policies of any state agency or subdivision of the state, unless they are modified by the conditions of the permit.
Trans 254.15(2) (2) When a vehicle operating under a permit is overheight, the permittee shall give prior notice to the owners of overhead wires, cables, or other facilities which may be affected.
Trans 254.15(3) (3) A properly equipped escort vehicle as described in ch. Trans 252 shall accompany a vehicle and load:
Trans 254.15(3)(a) (a) When any part of a vehicle or load extends beyond the left of the roadway centerline on 2-way roadways,
Trans 254.15(3)(b) (b) When any part of a vehicle or load extends beyond the left edge of the right hand lane on highways with more than 2 lanes, or
Trans 254.15(3)(c) (c) On a highway designated in the permit.
Trans 254.15(4) (4) A vehicle and load that does not require an escort vehicle may, when safe, move to the left of the centerline or beyond the left lane line while crossing a bridge or railroad crossing, but only after yielding to all other traffic.
Trans 254.15 History History: Cr. Register, December, 1990, No. 420, eff. 1-1-91.
Trans 254.16 Trans 254.16Special conditions.
Trans 254.16(1) (1) When a load is transported under a permit, the permittee may be required by an issuing authority to provide a traffic officer or flagperson to direct traffic, one or more escorts, or police escorts, or any combination thereof.
Trans 254.16(2) (2) All loads exceeding 16 feet in width shall have one or more properly equipped escorts.
Trans 254.16 History History: Cr. Register, December, 1990, No. 420, eff. 1-1-91; CR 13-093: am. Register July 2014 No. 703, eff. 8-1-14.
Trans 254.17 Trans 254.17Denial, suspension or revocation of permit.
Trans 254.17(1)(1) An issuing authority may deny, suspend, or revoke a permit for good cause, pursuant to s. 348.25 (7), Stats. Grounds for the denial, suspension, or revocation of a permit include:
Trans 254.17(1)(a) (a) Violation of any condition of a permit.
Trans 254.17(1)(b) (b) Preventing an employee of an issuing authority or a law enforcement officer from performing his or her official duties, or interfering with the lawful performance of his or her duties.
Trans 254.17(1)(c) (c) Physically assaulting an employee of an issuing authority or a law enforcement officer while performing his or her official duties.
Trans 254.17(1)(d) (d) Making a material misstatement in an application for a permit.
Trans 254.17(1)(e) (e) Unauthorized alteration of a permit.
Trans 254.17(1)(f) (f) Refusal or failure, without just cause, to produce required records.
Trans 254.17(1)(g) (g) Payment of an application fee with a worthless check.
Trans 254.17(1)(h) (h) Violation of any other applicable provision under ch. 348, Stats., or this chapter.
Trans 254.17(2) (2) A permittee shall immediately return a suspended or revoked permit to the issuing authority, after receiving notice from the issuing authority of the suspension or revocation of the permit.
Trans 254.17 Note Note: If a permit is denied, suspended, or revoked, an applicant or permittee may request a hearing before the division of hearings and appeals, pursuant to s. 348.25 (9), Stats.
Trans 254.17 History History: Cr. Register, December, 1990, No. 420, eff. 1-1-91.
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