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The Self-Issue Permit Program (SIPP) allows SIPP certified carriers to issue their own single-trip over-dimension permits without prior analysis by ODOT staff.
Self-Issue Permits are available through Oregon Trucking Online only. Oregon Administrative Rules for this program are covered in Chapter 734, Division 72.
Initial certification lasts up to six months. Before certification expires, MCTD will review the motor carriers account for compliance with SIPP requirements. From then on, SIPP Certification will last two years.
Motor carriers must meet the following requirements at the time of application.
Insurance RequirementsThe commercial general liability insurance requirement for Intrastate carriers does not need to be obtained until a Self-Issue Permits Program class is completed by one or more issuers of Self-Issue Permits from your company.
These videos cover a variety of topics related to the Self-Issue Permits Program. At this time, participation in a training class is required for all representatives that self-issue their own oversize and/or overweight permits. These videos do not meet this requirement, but can be viewed at any time. Each topic is linked directly to a video.
If a motor carrier wants to continue in the Self-Issue Permits Program, they must recertify by submitting a Recertification Application.
A carrier may be decertified from the Self-Issue Permits Program for the following reasons:
The following combinations are NOT approved under the Self-Issue Permits Program. Get single-trip permits from the Over-Dimension Permit Unit for:
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