TM 55-2320-272 -14-1
The trucks are highway transportable under their
own power. The trucks will need highway permits in
some areas of CONUS because they exceed the
areas legal width limits. AR 55-162 gives additional
guidance on permits in CONUS.
Dimensional and weight restrictions in foreign
countries are more restrictive then those in the
United States. Foreign highway authorities will
require permits for highway transport where ve-
hicles exceed the legal limits. The transportation
movement officer (TMO) can provide further guid-
ance for highway transport in foreign countries.
Permit requirements will vary depending on local
regulations and conditions, but in general the
a. Submit DD Form 1266 (Request for Special
Hauling Permit) to the installation transportation
officer (ITO) 2 weeks before the planned movement.
b. Be aware that travel may be restricted to
daylight hours on normal workdays.
c. Be prepared to use wide load signs, amber
lights, and escorts.
d. Determine if blanket permits are available.
The trucks move under their own power and do not
require special preparation.
2-3. Vehicle Recovery
Recover broken down or damaged trucks using the
M936, M936A1, or M936A2 wrecker.