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Page 1 of 2 189.2226 Definitions -- Vehicles hauling building materials. (1) As used in this section: (a) &quot;Bill of lading&quot; means a document evidencing the purchase of, or delivery order for, building materials issued by a person engaged in a business that sold <br>or leased the building materials; (b) &quot;Building materials&quot; means equipment or materials associated with new home construction, home remodeling, or home maintenance, including but not <br>limited to: <br>1. Agriculture products; 2. Asphalt; 3. Concrete; 4. Crushed stone; 5. Excavation equipment; 6. Fill dirt and rock; 7. Glass; 8. Landscaping materials; 9. Lumber or other wood products; 10. Minerals; <br>11. Roofing materials; and <br>12. Steel products; (c) &quot;Home&quot; means: 1. A site where a single or multi-family housing unit is being initially <br>constructed; and 2. A site where construction of a single or multi-family housing unit is <br>complete and persons inhabit the housing unit; and (d) &quot;State road&quot; means a state or federal highway but does not mean an interstate or county road. (2) Other statutes to the contrary in this chapter notwithstanding, any vehicle hauling building materials to a home shall be allowed, subject to the provisions of this <br>section, to travel on any state road without a permit and without being subject to a <br>fine, if the weight of the vehicle is within the limits of the registration issued to the <br>vehicle and within the axle limits for the vehicle, even if the vehicle's gross weight <br>or length, including vehicle and load, exceed the limits prescribed by this chapter or <br>in other aspects fail to comply with this chapter. (3) A vehicle hauling building materials under this section shall be allowed to travel the most direct route, in the opinion of the operator, to the vehicle's point of destination, <br>provided any road traveled as the most direct route shall not be further than fifteen <br>(15) miles from a state road that is classified to carry the registered weight of the <br>vehicle. If a vehicle is traveling a road classified by the cabinet as a single &quot;A&quot; <br>highway, the vehicle or its load cannot exceed ninety-six (96) inches in width. If a <br>vehicle or its load exceed ninety-six (96) inches in width, the operator shall be Page 2 of 2 required to obtain the appropriate overdimensional permit required by this chapter <br>to travel the proposed route. The operator of a vehicle hauling building materials <br>under this section shall have in his or her possession a bill of lading. (4) All vehicles hauling building materials under this section shall be prohibited from exceeding the established width and posted bridge weight limits for any route the <br>vehicle travels. A vehicle that exceeds the width or bridge limits for its posted <br>routes shall be required to obtain the appropriate overdimensional or overweight <br>permit required by this chapter. Effective: June 24, 2003 <br>History: Created 2003 Ky. Acts ch. 124, sec. 34, effective June 24, 2003.

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Page 1 of 2 189.2226 Definitions -- Vehicles hauling building materials. (1) As used in this section: (a) &quot;Bill of lading&quot; means a document evidencing the purchase of, or delivery order for, building materials issued by a person engaged in a business that sold <br>or leased the building materials; (b) &quot;Building materials&quot; means equipment or materials associated with new home construction, home remodeling, or home maintenance, including but not <br>limited to: <br>1. Agriculture products; 2. Asphalt; 3. Concrete; 4. Crushed stone; 5. Excavation equipment; 6. Fill dirt and rock; 7. Glass; 8. Landscaping materials; 9. Lumber or other wood products; 10. Minerals; <br>11. Roofing materials; and <br>12. Steel products; (c) &quot;Home&quot; means: 1. A site where a single or multi-family housing unit is being initially <br>constructed; and 2. A site where construction of a single or multi-family housing unit is <br>complete and persons inhabit the housing unit; and (d) &quot;State road&quot; means a state or federal highway but does not mean an interstate or county road. (2) Other statutes to the contrary in this chapter notwithstanding, any vehicle hauling building materials to a home shall be allowed, subject to the provisions of this <br>section, to travel on any state road without a permit and without being subject to a <br>fine, if the weight of the vehicle is within the limits of the registration issued to the <br>vehicle and within the axle limits for the vehicle, even if the vehicle's gross weight <br>or length, including vehicle and load, exceed the limits prescribed by this chapter or <br>in other aspects fail to comply with this chapter. (3) A vehicle hauling building materials under this section shall be allowed to travel the most direct route, in the opinion of the operator, to the vehicle's point of destination, <br>provided any road traveled as the most direct route shall not be further than fifteen <br>(15) miles from a state road that is classified to carry the registered weight of the <br>vehicle. If a vehicle is traveling a road classified by the cabinet as a single &quot;A&quot; <br>highway, the vehicle or its load cannot exceed ninety-six (96) inches in width. If a <br>vehicle or its load exceed ninety-six (96) inches in width, the operator shall be Page 2 of 2 required to obtain the appropriate overdimensional permit required by this chapter <br>to travel the proposed route. The operator of a vehicle hauling building materials <br>under this section shall have in his or her possession a bill of lading. (4) All vehicles hauling building materials under this section shall be prohibited from exceeding the established width and posted bridge weight limits for any route the <br>vehicle travels. A vehicle that exceeds the width or bridge limits for its posted <br>routes shall be required to obtain the appropriate overdimensional or overweight <br>permit required by this chapter. Effective: June 24, 2003 <br>History: Created 2003 Ky. Acts ch. 124, sec. 34, effective June 24, 2003.

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Statutes > Kentucky > 189-00 > 2226

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Page 1 of 2 189.2226 Definitions -- Vehicles hauling building materials. (1) As used in this section: (a) &quot;Bill of lading&quot; means a document evidencing the purchase of, or delivery order for, building materials issued by a person engaged in a business that sold <br>or leased the building materials; (b) &quot;Building materials&quot; means equipment or materials associated with new home construction, home remodeling, or home maintenance, including but not <br>limited to: <br>1. Agriculture products; 2. Asphalt; 3. Concrete; 4. Crushed stone; 5. Excavation equipment; 6. Fill dirt and rock; 7. Glass; 8. Landscaping materials; 9. Lumber or other wood products; 10. Minerals; <br>11. Roofing materials; and <br>12. Steel products; (c) &quot;Home&quot; means: 1. A site where a single or multi-family housing unit is being initially <br>constructed; and 2. A site where construction of a single or multi-family housing unit is <br>complete and persons inhabit the housing unit; and (d) &quot;State road&quot; means a state or federal highway but does not mean an interstate or county road. (2) Other statutes to the contrary in this chapter notwithstanding, any vehicle hauling building materials to a home shall be allowed, subject to the provisions of this <br>section, to travel on any state road without a permit and without being subject to a <br>fine, if the weight of the vehicle is within the limits of the registration issued to the <br>vehicle and within the axle limits for the vehicle, even if the vehicle's gross weight <br>or length, including vehicle and load, exceed the limits prescribed by this chapter or <br>in other aspects fail to comply with this chapter. (3) A vehicle hauling building materials under this section shall be allowed to travel the most direct route, in the opinion of the operator, to the vehicle's point of destination, <br>provided any road traveled as the most direct route shall not be further than fifteen <br>(15) miles from a state road that is classified to carry the registered weight of the <br>vehicle. If a vehicle is traveling a road classified by the cabinet as a single &quot;A&quot; <br>highway, the vehicle or its load cannot exceed ninety-six (96) inches in width. If a <br>vehicle or its load exceed ninety-six (96) inches in width, the operator shall be Page 2 of 2 required to obtain the appropriate overdimensional permit required by this chapter <br>to travel the proposed route. The operator of a vehicle hauling building materials <br>under this section shall have in his or her possession a bill of lading. (4) All vehicles hauling building materials under this section shall be prohibited from exceeding the established width and posted bridge weight limits for any route the <br>vehicle travels. A vehicle that exceeds the width or bridge limits for its posted <br>routes shall be required to obtain the appropriate overdimensional or overweight <br>permit required by this chapter. Effective: June 24, 2003 <br>History: Created 2003 Ky. Acts ch. 124, sec. 34, effective June 24, 2003.

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