Size and Weight Permits Division
OkiePROS will be Down for Maintenance
- OkiePROS will be down temporarily for scheduled maintenance.
- Estimated downtime: July 26,2014 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm Central Time
We are sorry for the inconvenience. Thank you for your patience.
Update: New Version of OkiePros
- Shared Routes:
When a user creates and saves a route, the customer service agents will now have access to that route. The user will need to provide the saved route name to allow the customer service agents to be able to locate it.
- Weight analysis for Non-OL-1 Configurations:
Users will know exactly what requires GK or ODOT analysis when you generate a route. The message will appear in red writing. Users can click on the link next to "weight analysis required? and it will show you what bridges need to be analyzed.
- OL-1 Standard Drawings:
After the application is entered, the user can hover over the hyperlinked (?) symbol next to the OL-1 Diagram number and a picture of the truck will appear.
Weight and Length Box Totals:
Users now have total field boxes for weight and length that will be added up as the information is typed in.
Users can now right-click on the mouse to pull up new options of finding an origin or destination. The new options are: city, address, and county.
**the key to using this feature will be zooming in as close as possible to the area you are requesting.
VIEW: Users can now right-click and select "street view" and actually get the street view. This should help in determining where the load is beginning or ending.
MAP: Permit map will now be in Google instead of the OS/OW view.
The help tab now reflects information according to the page you are working on in the application, route planner, permit confirmation, and permit details page.
MVIN: MVIN checkbox is not available on the application page but still appears on the review page.
** origin and destination county fields are gone. Please enter S/T/R from left side in RP.
OW SMM Annual Applications: No longer requires the entry of individual weights for OW SMM annuals. The formula for special purpose will be printed on the permit.
** OW SMM trip permits will require individual weights.
Unsupported Systems: A message is displayed on the top right hand corner. If the browser is not compatible, the message will instruct the user to acquire the most appropritate and compatible browser.
Internet Explorer 10: Users that have Internet Explorer 10 can now use OkiePROS without losing the application information or route planner.
Google Chrome ver.34: Users that are using a version of Google Chrome higher than 33.0 may get a message stating "You are currently using Chrome Version 34 which is listed in unsupported systems. Please use Chrome Version 33.0 for best performance." Please disregard this message and proceed as normal.
All queues have rankings instead of just the agent queue.
Remainging Balance: Users can now see the remaining balance of the surety bond. Recent Permits: Users can now view permits they have paid for with their accounts.
***NON ACCOUNT HOLDS: Users that do not have bond accounts can now be placed on hold.***
NEW FEATURES and UPDATES:
Please call (405)522-9060 for questions or help!
New OkiePROS Features 11/21/2013
- Customers now have the ability to duplicate the route when duplicating a permit.
- Permit documents have improved readability and security.
- New search options and improved search results.
- Added pagination and scrolling to lists of permit applications.
- Customers have the ability to store and retrieve information about trucks and trailers. (See "Fleet Manager" on the Management tab.)
- Customers can now log into Route Planner directly Click Here.
Please call (405)522-9060 for questions or help!
Operating a Commercial Motor Vehicle or Operating as a For-Hire or as a Private Motor Carrier in and/or Through the state of Oklahoma
Increase in Auto-Approval Heights For Some Permits
DPS is pleased to announce that effective 7/22/2013, there was an increase in auto-approval for Mobile Office, Modular Home and General permits to 15'
Size & Weight Permits Is Conducting A Survey In An Effort To Serve You Better
Your input can help us gain other's perspectives about how we are meeting our service standards and goals. We appreciate your willingness to participate and value your feedback. Our hope is this process will help us meet and refine your expectations and improve our services.
We estimate that it will take you approximately 10 minutes to complete the survey
To take the Size and Weight Permits customer satisfaction survey, click below
OkiePros Online Permit System
You can now access our fully automated system 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Apply for a permit
- Check the status of a permit application
- Manage your company profile
- Ability to define your own route
Click the link below to get started.
Recommended browsers for online permit system
- Firefox 3.0 or higher
- Internet Explorer 7, 8 or 9
- Safari 3 or higher
- Google Chrome
Permit Types and Configurations
For more information on Permit Types and Configurations, Click Here
Do I Need An OHP Escort?
Do you have questions regarding the Oklahoma Highway Patrol policy and procedure for escorting OS / OW loads? Click the image below for the quick reference guide used by Troop S, Size and Weight Enforcement.
Extreme caution in the operation of permitted vehicles and loads shall be exercised during hazardous conditions, including but not limited to snow, ice, sleet, fog, mist, rain, dust, smoke, excessive wind, or any weather, traffic, or road condition which would adversely affect traction or braking capabilities. When conditions become dangerous, the company or the operator shall discontinue operations, and operations shall not resume until the vehicle and load can be moved with reasonable safety. The state may restrict or prohibit operations during periods, when, in the state's judgment, weather, traffic, road, or other conditions exist which make operations unsafe or inadvisable.
The Size and Weight Permits Division permit offices are staffed by civilian personnel who
issue permits for the legal transportation of oversize and overweight cargos on state roads and highways.
Permit application may be made through any permit office.