Georgia Boat Transport
Georgia Boat Transport Haulers have it pretty easy while transiting Georgia. Georgia scale weigh stations can be very thorough but experienced Boat Transporters know to have accurate permits and pilot cars when needed.
Georgia Boat Transportation and Yacht Transportation permits are required whenever the boat exceeds 8.5 feet wide and if the boat when loaded is over 13.5 feet tall. Pilot cars are required if the boat is over 14 feet wide. When boat haulers in Georgia are over 14 feet tall Georgia DOT requires a pole car to escort the load. Operating hours are restricted to 30 minutes after before sunrise to 30 minutes before sunset. Major cities in Georgia also have curfews that prohibit moving before 9:00 AM in the morning, and from 3:00- 6:00 PM.
For more spacific information contact the Georgia DOT at: https://www.dot.ga.gov/Pages/default.aspx
**This information is being provided as a helpful guide to assist you in the transport of your vessel. Some of the information may have changed or been updated, so check local and state regulations to ensure accuracy. For your convenience we have listed a website for additional information.
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Savannah | Port Wentworth | Pooler | Tybee Island | St Marys | Richmond Hill | Kingsland | The Golden Isles | Brunswick | Jekyll Island |St Simons | Darien | Sapelo | Hinesville | Midway | Waycross | Folkston | Effingham | Cumberland Island | Fort McAllister | Atlanta | Gainesville | Peachtree City | Ellijay | Jasper | Eatonton | Waleska | Greensboro | Canton | Sautee Nacoochee | Clayton |Allatoona | Cumming
Bodies of Water ICW
Atlantic Ocean | Savannah River | Chattahoochee River |Suwannee River | Lake Sidney Lanier | Clark Hill Lake | Lake Hartwell | West Point Lake | Sapelo Sound | St Andrews Sound |