Some Commercial Fees Waived due to COVID-19
In support of the critical resupply chain, the fees associated with Deh Cho Bridge Toll permits, special permits, overweight permits, and over-dimensional permits are set to $0 until further notice.

Specify Axle Weight Configuration

A default number of axle groups will be set based on the vehicle configuration chosen, however, more axle groups may be added if needed.

For each axle group, select the type of axle group and the weight.

Click  to determine any over weight fees or if approval is required.

You may adjust the vehicle axle group type and weights, and click  to recalculate.

Click  to continue to the next step.

  1. Over weight on Axles

    Over weight on an axle group is determined by the axle group type selected and the over weight limit for that axle group. See the axle weight chart for specific values.

    If the weight entered is greater than the over weight limit, the axle group is considered to be over weight and a fee will be charged. In the winter, the seasonal weight is used as the limit. This will give an extra 1,000 KG on specific axle groups. For example, a Tridrive axle is considered over weight at 17,000 KG but in the winter this limit goes up to 18,000 KG.

    If a weight is entered greater than the maximum limit for the axle, approval will be required. This could be the case on steering axles.

    Over Registered Weight

    If the total weight is higher than the GVWR of your vehicle registration, you should upgrade the registered weights. However, if the total weight entered is greater than the GVWR, an overweight fee is calculated on the difference.

At the bottom of the screen, there is an Axle Weight Chart which shows the axle types and their associated weight limits. Click on the to open the chart.


If a route contains a road ban section and the Drive Axle Group is over the limit, an error message will occur.