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Welcome to Atlanta Driver...
Sorry, but you are not welcome
inside the perimeter...
Back in 1978, with the intention of decreasing traffic through downtown Atlanta, the State of Georgia passed a law prohibiting commercial vehicles from traveling straight through on the city's limited access highways.

As of now, the signs approaching the perimeter say "Trucks over 6 wheels must use I-285". However, as traffic worsens in the downtown area, the State has decided that no commercial vehicles, no matter what the description, can travel through Atlanta on any limited access highways (I-75, I-85, I-20 & GA-400) inside I-285.

The only way CMVs are allowed inside the boundries of I-285 are for very specific reasons which are outlined in the official notice linked to below.

Click here to view this notice from the Georgia Department of Public Safety.

Special thanks to Bo Ennis for providing the PDF llink.

Attention all commercial drivers. Effective January 30, 2012. When you update your Medical Card you MUST submit a copy to your state's Driver Licensing Agency.
In most states there are multiple ways of doing this.
Here is a link to a PDF file that contains all the needed information for correct submission to all state licensing agencies.

New York State... In an effort to stop oversize vehicles from entering restricted routes, the State of New York has released a brochure which highlights restricted routes and what to do if you mistakenly enter one. Download it here.
Bus/trailer combos are now illegal in NYC. Buses pulling trailers within New York City are now deemed over length and are being detained and cited. Each citation carries a $330 fine. More here.
Ontario & Quebec Speed Limiters required on commercial vehicles beginning January 1st. Buses are not effected by this law. Download and print the official release here.
Welcome to Pennsylvania, now get out your wallet. The Delaware River Port Authority is targeting entertainer tour buses for huge fines. More here.
Don't mess with Texas. It seems that the Texas Department of Public Safety is targeting entertainer tour buses and their drivers for Level 1 roadside inspections. They are also checking for out-of-date log books and medical cards. Be sure you have all your i's dotted and t's crossed before entering the state.
The great Canadian rip off. Heavy vehicle drivers using Hwy-407 ETR as a quick route through the greater Toronto area are being hit with heavy tolls, fees and fines. More here.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security cracking down on tour buses using the I-8 corridor between San Diego, CA and Yuma, AZ. One tour had multiple arrests. More here.
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