Non-residents engaged in custom combining in North Dakota (ND) may purchase a custom combine permit in lieu of obtaining permits for ND registration and over-dimensional movements. The custom combine permit is valid from June 1 through December 31st of each calendar year. Prior to June 1, nonresident custom combine vehicles traveling in or through ND are subject to a trip permit, fuel permit, and oversize permit.
The custom combine permit authorizes the movement of one of the following:
A fuel permit must also be purchased if your company is not a member of IFTA (International Fuel Tax Agreement.) The $15 fuel permit is valid until the vehicle leaves the state.
Overwidth mobile homes being towed by nonresident custom combiners are subject to mobile home single trip permits.
NOTE: Accompanying vehicles are subject to temporary registration. Temporary registration is available at www.dot.nd.gov, under "Public" click on "Non-Resident Temporary Registration" or visit www.nd.gov/ndhp, scroll down and click on "Purchase a Temporary Registration".
Nonresidents engaged in custom combining in North Dakota must comply with the following travel restrictions and safety requirements for oversize vehicles and/or load movements.