Information and updates regarding Hurricanes will be posted below.
The Governor's updated Executive Order now includes 46 counties.
Tropical Storm Idalia 8.27.2023
*The Emergency Road Use Permit Letter must be used in conjunction with the referenced maps for overweight vehicles. All files will be available at the following website: www.fdot.gov/maintenance/owodpermits.shtm.
Maps must be used with permit: https://www.fdot.gov/maintenance/owod-permit-documents
DHSMV waiver - HOS
Hurricane Ian extensions:
The IRS will not impose penalties for failure to make semimonthly deposits of tax for dyed diesel fuel sold for use or used in an emergency vehicle on the highway in the state of Florida during the relief period. IRS Publication 510, Excise Taxes, has information on the proper method for reporting and paying the tax.
Regional Emergency Declaration Under 49 CFR § 390.23 No. 2022-013
Emergency Declarations, Waivers, Exemptions and Permits
9.27.2022: Georgia Executive Order - State of Emergency for Hurricane Ian
Please note: Georgia already had weight exemptions in effect due to supply chain issues. See below.
9.27.2022: 4:57pm: Amended EO-Tolls
9.26.2022: 12:00pm EO-Tolls Suspension
9.24.2022: The Governor has extended the Executive Order to include all of Florida. As of 5:41pm, we are still waiting on waiver documents. https://www.flgov.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/EO-22-219-Tropical-Storm-Ian-CLEAN-FINAL.pdf
9.23.2022: Tropical Depression 9 Executive Order