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Vehicles and vehicle combinations whose dimensions, axle loads or total weights actually exceed the limits generally permitted by law require an exemption in accordance with Section 70 stVZO for their registration. In addition, a permit is required for journeys on public roads with vehicles and trains whose dimensions, axle loads or total weights actually exceed the limits generally permitted by law. If the load is too wide or too high, or if the load protrudes too far forwards or backwards, a permit is required in accordance with Section 46 (1) No. 5 StVO. The following case constellations can occur: 1. If vehicles/vehicle combinations are used for transport that exceed the legal limit dimensions (e.g. total weight, axle loads), a permit is required in accordance with Section 29 (3) StVO. This may only be issued if the exemption has already been granted in accordance with Section 70 of the StVZO. 2. If the vehicle complies with the legal limit dimensions and if the load is "only" too long, too wide, too high or protrudes too far forwards or backwards beyond the vehicle, an exemption is required in accordance with Section 46 (1) No. 5 StVO. A prior exemption pursuant to Section 70 stVZO is not required. 3. If both the vehicles/vehicle combinations and the cargo exceed the weight and dimension limits, both a permit pursuant to Section 29 (3) StVO and an exemption in accordance with Section 46 (1) No. 5 StVO are required. These must be applied for jointly and shall also be issued in a joint decision. Previously, an exemption is required in accordance with Section 70 stVZO.

for an exemption in accordance with Section 70 StVZO: - informal application - Expert opinion of an officially recognised expert on motor vehicle traffic - Insurance certificate (with the content of the granting of insurance cover, although the vehicle/combination of vehicles deviates from StVZO regulations) for a permit/exemption in accordance with Sections 29, 46 StVO: - Application according to the RGST form - Declaration of liability - Exemption in accordance with Section 70 StVZO (only if approved in accordance with Section 29 StVO) - any other documents, such as a route protocol or a certificate that transport cannot be carried out by rail or water


For applications pursuant to Sections 29, 46 StVO, the RGST form must be used. Form on the pages of the national company Mobility.

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Preconditions
An exemption in accordance with Section 70 stVZO may only be granted if all reasonable possibilities for compliance with the regulations of the StVZO have been fully exhausted. In particular, exceptions may be accepted only if the applicant submits the opinion of an officially recognised expert on motor vehicle traffic, which provides for the necessary exceptions, the suitability of the vehicle or combination of vehicles and the conditions and conditions deemed necessary in the interests of road safety. An exemption in accordance with Section 70 stVZO is granted subject to revocation for a maximum of 6 years. A permit in accordance with Section 29 (3) StVO may only be granted if the conditions listed in paragraphs 29 (3) listed in paragraph s. 29 (3) listed in paragraph s. 29 (3), suitable for construction, indivisible load) are met. For exemptions pursuant to Section 46 (1) No. 5 StVO, you will find the comparable requirements in paragraphs 14 to 24 of the VwV-StVO in accordance with Section 46 (1) No. 5. The permit pursuant to Section 29 (3) of the StVO and the exemption in accordance with Section 46 (1) No. 5 StVO are in principle granted as individual permission or individual approval with a maximum period of validity of 3 months. Only one continuous route is allowed per decision. Under certain conditions (Section VII of the VwV-StVO to Section 29 (3) or Section V of the VwV-StVO to Section 46), the permit or the exemption may also be granted subject to revocation for a maximum of 3 years. Such a permanent permit/exemption permit is in principle route-related, but can also be granted nationwide under special conditions.
Exemption in accordance with Section 70 StVZO: The application, which is not linked to an application form, must be submitted, inter alia, to the Regional Enterprise Mobility Rhineland-Palatinate, accompanied by an expert opinion from an officially recognised expert on motor vehicle traffic with the above-mentioned information. After examination of the opinion, a fee-based decision is issued containing the ancillary provisions (conditions and conditions) necessary for road safety. Permits pursuant to Sections 29, 46 StVO: The application - a two-page application form - for a permit may be submitted to the local road authority either by post, fax or e-mail. Applications via the Internet via the online service "VEMAGS Ve rfahrens ma nagement G roßraum- und S chwerverkehr" are faster and more convenient. With VEMAGS, you as a party to the proceedings can inform yourself at any time about the state of the proceedings. Information on the VEMAGS electronic approval procedure can be found here. As soon as your application has been submitted to the Road Traffic Authority, it will consult the authorities and authorities affected by the transport and the route chosen. Once all the comments have been received, it shall issue a decision subject to a fee containing the ancillary provisions (conditions and conditions) necessary for the safe implementation of transport.

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