Certified Pilot Car Services in Oklahoma

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High Pole Service in Oklahoma

Oklahoma is a vast state with an estimated radius of 69898 square miles, and finding a suitable flag pole service car may seem like a daunting task. However, help is at hand! We offer affordable and reliable pilot car service Oklahoma that can cater to your specific needs. Our team consists of experienced professionals who are well-versed in offering flag car service, high pole service, and lead/chase car service. You can rest assured that you'll receive top-notch assistance when you book our services. Finding certified pilot cars in Oklahoma can be challenging, but we strive to make the process seamless and smooth for you. With our book now icon, it's now easier than ever to secure our quality service and ensure your transportation needs are met efficiently and effectively. Don't hesitate, book our services today!

Lead /Chase Car Pilot Service in Oklahoma

365pilots simplifies the process of finding and booking certified pilot cars in Oklahoma. A Washington Pilot/Escort Vehicle Operator certification allows you to operate in the following states: Washington, Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Virginia, Georgia, Texas, Kansas, Arizona, Florida, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. To cut back on the number of certifications a Pilot Car Operator needs, most states have agreements that allow operators certified in one state to legally operate in multiple.

When do i need pilot car in state of Oklahoma?

2-lane highways: Width over 12' up to 14'-1 front Width over 14' 2 (front & rear) Over 80' long-1 front Over 100' long-2 (front & rear) Height 15'9” or over-2 (front & rear) Multi-lane highways: Width over 12' up to 16'-1 rear Width over 16' (on all highways and roads)-2 (front & rear) Height 15'9” or over-2 (front & rear) Height 15'9” or over must contact all public utilities and railroads along the route in advance of the move. Mobile homes & boats on 2-lane highways & roads: Over 80' long- 1 pilot Width over 12' but not over 14'-1 front Width over 14' but not over 16'-2 (front & rear). On multi-lane highways: Width over 14' but not over 16'-1 rear

Requirements for Oklahoma Pilot Cars

Everyone who drives an escort vehicle for hire in the state of OK must be certified by DPS; must maintain a valid insurance policy issued by a surety or insurance company currently authorized to issue policies in OK; shall provide not less than $1,000,000 combined single limit coverage for bodily injury and/or property damage as a result of the operation of the escort vehicle, the escorted vehicle, or both (doesn’t apply to any operator who operates only in intrastate/interstate commerce into or through states which don’t have escort vehicle certification or residents of another state which has a reciprocal agreement recognizing escort vehicle operator certifications issued by that state). Such certification shall be exempt from the insurance requirements. Oklahoma has entered into reciprocal compacts and agreements with the following states for the purpose of recognizing escort vehicle operator certifications issued by those states: Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Minnesota, North Carolina, Utah, Virginia and Washington.

Oklahoma Pilot Car Service Rates

365 Pilots Car Service Rates in Oklahoma


High Pole Service in Oklahoma

$1.95 - $2.25 Per Mile

Lead Service in Oklahoma

$1.75 - $2.00 Per Mile

Chase Service in Oklahoma

$1.75 - $2.00 Per Mile

Steer Service in Oklahoma

$2.00 - $3.00 Per Mile

Route Survey in Oklahoma

$999.95 Per Survey

Requirements for Pilot/Escort Vehicle in Oklahoma

General: Pickup truck not less than ¼ ton rated load capacity or an automobile not less than 2000 lb.; properly licensed in OK or licensed in any other state if providing interstate escort services Signs: “OVERSIZE LOAD” sign (5’ x 12”) w/ black letters (10” high x 1 1/2” brush stroke) on yellow background mounted in an appropriate location (determined by the load & location of escort) Lights: Rotating or flashing amber beacon or flashing amber light bar system mounted on top (visible 500’); 10” in diameter min. X 8” high; Flags: red flags 12” square min. attached to standards angled upward at 45 degree angle; mounted on cabe and to uprigt standards on rear corners of vehicle Additional equipment: 2-way radio transmitting over a distance of ½ mile min.; height pole; 10 lb. BC fire extinguisher or 2-5 lb. chemical fire extinguisher; 4-15 min. flares; 2 red hand-held flags or 4 reflective triangles; display on each side of vehicle w/ the name/city of escort company, the owner of vehicle, or both; a standard 18” “STOP”/”SLOW” paddle; orange hard hat; fluorescent orange vest; flashlight w/ 2 D-cell batteries; full-size spare tire w/ tire jack & lug wrench

Join our pilot group in Oklahoma

Attention Oklahoma drivers seeking to expand their escort car driving opportunities! We invite you to explore the 365pilots group, where our trusted team will assist in connecting you with stable employment opportunities, effectively managing your schedule, and ensuring timely compensation. Our focus on your professional objectives for certified pilot cars in Oklahoma extends to helping you optimize your career growth potential with us and we know how crucial timely and reliable income is for you and your family. Let us help enhance your driving career and minimize the chance of missing out on valuable job offers by becoming a part of our highly qualified team.

Oklahoma Pilot Car Service FAQs

It is advisable to secure your reservation well in advance. The availability of certified pilot cars in Oklahoma can fluctuate depending on the current demand in the market.

Dept. of Transportation Permits Office–Hours: 7:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. CT (closed during noon hour)
Dept. of Public Safety
OS/OW Permits Division
P.O. Box 11415
Oklahoma City, OK 73136
877-425-2390; fax: 405-424-0943

To operate a pilot/escort vehicle in Oklahoma, you must be certified by DPS, maintain valid insurance, and have the appropriate vehicle and safety equipment as specified by state regulations.

In Oklahoma, oversize load travel is allowed during daylight hours from sunrise to sunset. However, traveling with an oversized load during nighttime hours may require special permits and additional safety precautions, such as escorting vehicles with proper lighting and reflective markings. To know more in detail, get in touch with our experts.

Once the pilot driver marks the load as complete, the system will send a notification to the owner or manager. They will get the option to submit the invoice along with the trip sheet. Alternatively, they can also mark the load as complete themselves and proceed to submit the invoice, complete with the trip sheet, to the customer.