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Washington (along with Oregon and California) issues CVSA stickers for trucks and trailers that have passed inspections. The stickers are color coded and have cut-outs on the corners. This system allows a DOT officer to look at your windshield and know at a glance if you’ve passed an inspection and when.

Washington State weigh stations use Norpass transponders rather than PrePass transponders.

Truckers traveling from the Seattle area to middle or eastern Washington State will have to cross the Wenatche Mountain Range which is part of the larger Cascade Mountain Range that extends from British Columbia all the way down to Northern California. Truckers don’t refer to it as that- instead, they’ll ask on the c.b. radio “what’s Snoqualmie doing?” Snoqualmie is the major mountain pass that truckers will cross on I 90. Take Snoqualmie seriously in winter weather conditions. It is one of several roadways in the state of Washinton where truckers are required to carry tire chains from November 1st through April 1st- even if they don’t plan to use them.

Other Washington State roadways where trucks that are 10,000 lbs or more are required to carry chains are I 82 from Ellensburg to Selah, Blewett Pass on route 97, Stevens Pass on route 2, White Pass on route 12, Satus Pass on route 97, Chinook Pass on route 410, Sherman Pass on route 20, route 155 from Omak to Nespelem, route 970 from Cle Elum to Teanaway, route 542 (Mount Baker Highway) from mile post 22 to mile post 57.

Trucks that are 10,000 lbs or more that are traveling these roadways during the restricted months are required to carry the minimum required chains plus two extra chains in case the road conditions require more chains.

Truckers headed to Spokane will want to make sure they have their pronunciation right. It’s Spokane, rhyming with can, not rhyming with cane. The folks who live there tend to be a bit particular about that!

If you’re trying to talk to other truckers on a north/south route like I 5, you’ll need to switch your cb radio to channel 17. Truckers run channel 17 from Lost Hills, California, to the Canadian border on north/south routes, and channel 19 on east/west routes.

The Washington fuel tax rate is $0.36 per gallon of diesel. This rate is scheduled to increase by $0.015 per gallon on July 1, 2008.

(Rock Island) – 28 eb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales
Shell with limited truck parking at mm 8 west of the scales, rest area at mm 25 east of the scales

(Rock Island) – 28 wb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales
Shell with limited truck parking at mm 8 west of the scales, rest area at mm 25 east of the scales

(Spring Valley) – 99 Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales

Grandview (Prosser) – I 82 Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales
Thanks, heallen21868, for the information: “I think it had an inspection barn. It is on I-82 at mm 76. Between Grandview and Prosser. Exit before is 75 exit after is 80.”

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This may be route 167 also.

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there is a Flying J and other truck parking off the Kartchner Street exit south of the scales, locals say there is a truckstop at the junction of 395 and 26 north of the scales

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TA truckstop at exit 34 east of the scale

scalehouse number 26 (Tacoma) – I 5 nb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales

scalehouse number 27 (Tacoma) – I 5 sb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales

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This is one scale for eastbound and westbound trucks. Locals say it opens once in a while in the spring looking for illegal loads coming over the mountains.

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POE, inspection station casino with truck parking exit 236, rest area mm 238 north of the scale

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scalehouse number 38 I 5 nb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales
Pay phone # 360-939-0478. Donna’s Truckstop is at exit 202 and there is a rest area at mm 207 south of the scale.

scalehouse number 39 I 5 sb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales
This weigh station is located at the south bound rest area. There is no north bound weigh station in this area. There is very limited parking at the rest area- trucks are supposed to park in the truck parking area to the far side of the weigh station. They are not supposed to vere to the right before the weigh station, even if the weigh station is closed.

scalehouse number 42 (Toppenish) – 97 nb sb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales
pay phone # 509-865-9005

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This weigh station is a POE (Port of Entry).

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This is one scale for eastbound and westbound trucks. Locals say it is open only a few times a year and never at night.

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Locals say this scale is hardly ever open- maybe 15% of the time.

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This is one scale location for eastbound and westbound trucks. Locals say it is open randomly, more often during farm season.

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The phone number on the website is listed as: 509-52704186

scalehouse number 52 I 90 eb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales
Lat: 47 10 56 N
Lon: 121 1 54 W rest area eastbound only at mm 61.5, TA at exit 34 west of the scale, Flying J at exit 109 east of the scale

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TA at exit 34 west of the scale, Flying J at exit 109 east of the scale

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scalehouse number 55 395 sb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales
Locals say this scale is open maybe 50% of the time, usually during harvest season but not at night. there is a Flying J and other truck parking off the Kartchner Street exit south of the scales, locals say there is a truckstop at the junction of 395 and 26 north of the scales

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This is one scale for both direction- scale is on the north side of the roadway.

scalehouse number 64 I 90 wb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales
POE. The scale is located on the entrance ramp of exit 299- you can turn around and go back east off exit 299 without crossing the scale.

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This is one scale that weighs trucks traveling both directions. Locals say this scale is open about 20-30% of the time.

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Way In truckstop off exit 231- accessible before crossing the scales either direction

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Way In truckstop off exit 231- accessible before crossing the scales either direction

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Exit 99 has a Truck Center south of the scale.

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scalehouse number 72 (Vancouver) – I 5 nb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales
There is a rest area a few miles south of the scale and a Gee Cee’s Truckstop at exit 57 north of the scale.

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There is a rest area at mm 54.5 and Gee Cee’s Truckstop at exit 57 north of the scale.

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pay phone # 509-689-9924

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pay phone # 509-684-9956 Shell with limited truck parking at mm 8 west of the scales, rest area at mm 25 east of the scales

scalehouse number 97 97 nb sb Washington Weigh Station Truck Scales

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