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What is an "over-sized vehicle"?

Anything larger than a 4 door sedan can be considered an over-sized vehicle, but every location's oversize policies vary. 

To get technical, an over-sized vehicle is defined as a vehicle that is at least 181 inches (15'1") long and 70 inches (5'10") high, *or* just 75 inches (6'3") high. Any vehicle that meets or exceeds those dimensions is subject to the over-sized vehicle charge. That charge would be enforced on site. 

All locations that charge oversize fees are clearly called out with a disclaimer pre-transaction.

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