Truck Enforcement

Truck Enforcement


The O’Fallon Police Department Truck Enforcement Unit began in 2007.  The Truck Enforcement Unit exists to provide safe passage through O’Fallon for all motor vehicle traffic as they share the roads with larger and heavier commercial traffic.  The truck enforcement unit is a proud member of the Illinois Truck Enforcement Association (ITEA).  There are currently two officers assigned to the Truck Enforcement Unit who are certified by the State of Illinois and the ITEA.


The primary duties of the Truck Enforcement Unit are:

  • Enforcement of weight and size violations;
  • Issuing permits for overweight and oversize vehicles using City maintained streets and highways;
  • Education of local trucking companies in regards to local and State laws;
  • Assisting the Illinois State Police with random portable scale roadblocks;
  • Coordinating between developers, trucking companies, and the City with respect to truck routing in and out of commercial jobsites;
  • Handling complaints from residents about truck specific problems;
  • Checking trucks for safety and driver’s license classification violations



Overweight/ Oversized permit information |  PERMIT INFORMATION

Provisions for operating on a permit in O’Fallon |  PROVISIONS

Permit Fees |  FEES

Apply for Overweight/ Oversized permit | PERMIT APPLICATION

Other Roadway Jurisdictions within City Limits

Frequently Asked Questions  

Frequently Asked Questions (Truckers)


For more information or questions about the trucks or permits, you can contact the truck officers by email or by phone 618-624-4545 


Truck Links


Illinois Truck Enforcement Association

Illinois Department of Transportation

Getting Around Illinois

Illinois Secretary of State – Commercial Farm & Truck