View Full Version : Gasoline and Hazmat endorsement.
04-28-2011, 10:23 AM
OK lets get to the bottom of this.
How much gasoline can be hauled before needing a Hazmat endorsement and CDL.
I know it is 119 gallons for diesel fuel but is it the same for gasoline? Please post a link to any information you are basing your comments on if you have them.
04-28-2011, 11:32 AM
I think I figured it out.
Not easy and extremely confusing.
04-28-2011, 12:49 PM
I was at a state DOT seminar a few years ago and the info they gave is 10 gallons of gas in portable containers. The gas in equipment didn't count towards the total. 2 cycle didn't count either. Matt
04-28-2011, 02:49 PM
It varies from state to state.
Federally, DOT requires placarding above 1000 lbs, BUT that weight includes both the contents (in your question, the fuel), AND the container (the fuel tanks).
119 gallons of diesel fuel weighs about 825 lbs, so that sounds reasonable. Diesel is about 12% more dense than gasoline, so under that assumption, you could carry more gasoline than diesel.
BUT, I saw a reference online in California, that limits you to 55 gallons. So, you've got to do your own research, in your own state.
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