State APU Weight Allowances

Some states have laws on the books with exemptions for APUs. Others have enforcement policies, but no official law, that allows for the extra weight, so drivers will not be cited. A few states still do not have an exemption for APUs.

Alabama………………….. 400 lbs.

Alaska……………………… 400 lbs.

Arizona……………………. 400 lbs.

Arkansas………………….. 550 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

California…………………. No exemption

Colorado………………….. 550 lbs.

Connecticut……………… 550 lbs.

Delaware…………………. 400 lbs.

District of Columbia…. No exemption

Florida……………………… 550 lbs.

Georgia…………………….. 550 lbs.

Hawaii………………………. No exemption

Idaho………………………… 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

Illinois……………………….. 400 lbs.

Indiana……………………… 400 lbs.

Iowa………………………….. 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

Kansas………………………. 400 lbs.

Kentucky…………………… No exemption

Louisiana………………….. 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

Maine……………………….. 400 lbs

Maryland………………….. 550 lbs.

Massachusetts………….. 400 lbs.

Michigan…………………… 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

Minnesota………………… 550 lbs.

Mississippi………………… 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

Missouri……………………. 500 lbs.

Montana…………………… 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

Nebraska………………….. 400 lbs.

Nevada……………………… 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

New Hampshire………… 550 lbs.

New Jersey………………… 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

New Mexico………………. 400 lbs.

New York…………………… 400 lbs.

North Carolina…………… No exemption

North Dakota…………….. 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

Ohio………………………….. 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

Oklahoma…………………. 400 lbs.

Oregon……………………… 400 lbs.

Pennsylvania…………….. 400 lbs.

Rhode Island…………….. No Exemption

South Carolina………….. 550 lbs.

South Dakota……………. 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

Tennessee………………… 500 lbs.

Texas………………………… 400 lbs.

Utah………………………….. 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

Vermont……………………. 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)

Virginia……………………… 550 lbs.

Washington………………. 550 lbs.

West Virginia…………….. 550 lbs.

Wisconsin…………………. 550 lbs.

Wyoming………………….. 400 lbs. (Enforcement policy)