Sec. 19-104-3 - Permits.
Sec. 19-104-3 Permits.
(a) A permit is required when any person, firm or corporation proposes to move, over state highways, a vehicle or combination of vehicles of a size or weight that exceeds the maximum dimensions or weights established by law.
(b) Permits may be issued only to those persons, firms or corporations who own and operate the vehicle or who operate the vehicle under a bona fide rental or lease agreements.
(c) A permit issued by the department authorizes the permittee to move or operate upon a state highway a designated vehicle, vehicle combination or load of a size or weight in excess of the legal limitations but within such limitations and under such conditions of operation as may be stipulated in the permit. -The
right to use other highways or to move objects not specified in a permit shall not be implied nor granted and the issuance of a permit does not imply an irrevocable or unrestricted right to the use of state highways.
(d) Although the statutes provide the director with the authority to allow, on state highways, the operation of vehicles exceeding the statutory weight or size limitations, the vesting of that authority shall not be construed by the owners of the vehicles to mean that the right to operate the vehicles is guaranteed under the statutes.
[Eff MAY 30 1981 (Auth: HRS Sec. 291-36) (Imp: HRS Sec. 291-36)
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