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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 24. Transportation and Motor Vehicles
Agency 20. Department of Motor Vehicles
Chapter 81. Hauling Permit Regulation
9/24/2020

24VAC20-81-140. Hauling Permit Administrative Fees and Other Fees Required by Law; Escort Driver Certification Fees.

Part IV
Fees

Hauling Permits:

Single Trip Permit

$20

Superload Single Trip Permit

$30

General Blanket Permit – 1 year

$100

General Blanket Permit – 2 years

$200

Superload Blanket Permit – 1 year or less

$100

Exempt Blanket Permit

Determined by the Code of Virginia

In addition to the administrative fees listed above, Virginia law requires that all hauling permits be assessed an additional mileage fee if the vehicle configuration is overweight or if the equipment used is unlicensable in Virginia. Additional fees required by Virginia law may be applicable and will be collected as required. Refer to the hauling permit website at www.dmvnow.com for questions concerning fees.

Escort Driver Certification:

Original Certification

$25

Renewal

$25

Reissue

$15

Duplicate

$15

Statutory Authority

§ 46.2-203 and Article 18 (§ 46.2-1139 et seq.) of Chapter 10 of Title 46.2 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 25, Issue 26, eff. September 30, 2009.

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