Close
Auxiliary Power Units
 |  by

Auxiliary Power Units

Auxiliary Power Units (APUs) are normally used by truck drivers to limit fuel use since they lower the need for trucks to run engines on idle while they’re parked. But seeing as they regularly weigh a few hundred pounds, they may generate a problem for drivers who often carry close to the maximum weight limits. With the president’s recent expansion of the MAP-21 bill dealing with state-by-state APU regulations, this may be unclear to drivers that cross state lines.

Below we’ve placed a chart, put together by real time vehicle tracking company Track Your Truck, which updates drivers just how much weight is exempt in every state.

APU Exemption Guide

Let's Talk.
Give us a call today
Call800.705.1500
Get Fast Cash
Contact Us

Fill out this short form and we'll contact you

Online Account Management Login
     Forgot your information?
Contact Us

Fill out this short form and we'll contact you

Thank You For Getting In Touch.
We Will Contact You Shortly.

Close
Get a Quote

Want fast cash? Just say the word.

Thank You For Getting In Touch.
We Will Contact You Shortly.

Close