§ 179.11. Special vehicleload restrictions.
(a) Movement of mobile homes, modular housing units and undercarriages. A mobile home, modular housing unit or modular housing undercarriage that does not exceed 80 feet in body length, 14 feet in widthexcept as authorized in paragraph (3)and 14 feet, 6 inches, in height may be transported upon the highway subject to the following requirements:
(1) The towing hitch mechanism of a modular housing undercarriage or mobile home shall be equipped with two antisway devices whenever the total width exceeds 13 feet, unless operating on a highway section having a posted speed below 40 miles per hour. A modular housing undercarriage or mobile home which has at least four tandem axles with brakes on each wheel may operate on any highway without antisway devices.
(Editors Note: The Department of Transportation waived enforcement of § 179.11(a)(1) at 30 Pa.B. 3051 (June 17, 2000).)
(2) The gross weight of the combination may not exceed the towing vehicles registered gross combination weight or gross combination weight rating.
(3) A mobile home or modular housing unit may exceed 14 feet in width by no more than 6 inches total overhang at the roof eaves. The total width at the roof eaves may not exceed 14 feet, 6 inches. A roof eave overhang in excess of 3 inches shall be loaded to face the right side of the highway.
(4) A mobile home or modular housing unit which is found to exceed the 14-foot width limit specified in this subsection or the 14-foot, 6-inch total roof eave width limit provided in paragraph (3), will be authorized to operate upon the highway only for purposes of returning to the manufacturer or other location determined by the Department.
(b) Movement of buildings. A site-built building in excess of 14 feet in width may be moved a short distance upon a highway if the applicants traffic control plan and proposed route are approved by the district office.
(c) Movement of dozers. A dozer with an attached blade in excess of 12 feet in width, but no wider than 15 feet, may be hauled upon the highway if a traffic protector guide rail device is securely fastened to the dozer.
The provisions of this § 179.11 adopted June 4, 1976, effective June 5, 1976, 6 Pa.B. 1287; amended August 5, 1977, effective August 6, 1977, 7 Pa.B. 2192; renumbered May 16, 1981, 11 Pa.B. 1678; amended January 20, 1984, effective March 21, 1984, 14 Pa.B. 224; amended October 11, 1985, effective October 12, 1985, 15 Pa.B. 3654; readopted December 2, 1988, effective December 3, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 5364; amended May 14, 1993, effective August 13, 1993, 23 Pa.B. 2334. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (175744) to (175745).
This section cited in 67 Pa. Code § 179.1 (relating to definitions); and 67 Pa. Code § 179.14 (relating to single-trip special hauling book permits for oversize movements).
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