[Video] Divisible vs. Non-Divisible Loads: What's the Difference?

If an oversize shipment is deemed "divisible" in nature, it legally has to be separated in a way that erases its oversized dimension. You can't get a permit for a divisible load. As such, as you're planning out your shipment, it's important to understand what technically makes a shipment "divisible" and what qualifies one as "non-divisible." 

In this video, you'll get a brief overview of divisible and non-divisible loads so you have a better understanding of these terms in the future. 

That said, there's a lot of nuance to this topic, don't let your research end here. 

For more information on divisible and non-divisible shipment rules and regulations, here is your next step: Check out this article Divisible and Non-Divisible Loads Explained (Differences, Exceptions & Rules)

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Tags: Oversized Shipping, Over Dimensional Shipping


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