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For purposes of §§ 75.30 et seq., the following definitions apply:
ANNUAL PERMIT. A permit issued to a single truck, truck-tractor power unit, or piece of special mobile equipment which is valid for unlimited moves for a period not to exceed one-year from the date of issuance.
NON-DIVISIBLE. A vehicle and load will be considered non-divisible when further separating or dismantling the vehicle or load:
(1) Would require more than eight work hours to dismantle using appropriate equipment. The applicant has the burden of proof as to the number of work hours required to dismantle the load.
(2) Will compromise or destroy the intended use of the load only. A load can be either permanently mounted or temporarily secured equipment. Any parts, fluids, or material necessary to the operation of only the power unit portion of the vehicle shall be deemed non-divisible.
(3) Would prohibit the vehicle from hauling one attachment that is necessary to the operation of the load. To be considered non-divisible, the attachment must be securely mounted to the load in the manner it is to be used and not carried as a separate object on the hauling vehicle. It is the duty of the applicant to declare such an attachment in the permit application.
ONE-WAY or SINGLE TRIP PERMIT. One move from the point of origin to the point of destination. Any additional stops between the point of origin and the point of destination are expressly prohibited. Single trip permits are valid for five consecutive days from the date of issuance unless otherwise directed by the Police Department.
QUARTERLY PERMIT. A permit issued to a single truck, truck-tractor power unit, or piece of special mobile equipment which is valid for unlimited moves for a period not to exceed three months from the date of issuance.
ROUND-TRIP MOVEMENT. Two trips over the same route in opposite directions. Round-trip permits are valid for ten consecutive days from the date of issuance.
(Ord. 3848, passed 11-3-2014)