Form OPER 1932 Escrow Account Application - Illinois

Form OPER1932 is a Illinois Department of Transportation form also known as the "Escrow Account Application". The latest edition of the form was released in November 19, 2013 and is available for digital filing.

Download an up-to-date Form OPER1932 in PDF-format down below or look it up on the Illinois Department of Transportation Forms website.

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Escrow Account Application
(Complete in Duplicate)
This application is for establishing an account against which to charge permit fees assessed for the movement of oversize and
overweight loads.
Account Information
Name:
Address:
City:
Zip:
State:
(
)
Attention:
Phone:
FEIN or SSN:
(If this account is for an individual, use your Social Security Number)
Billing Address:
(If other than above)
City:
Zip:
State:
E-Mail Address (if available):
Type of Account Requested
(Check One)
ESCROW - Initial deposit of $
accompanies this application.
(In multiples of $100)
The undersigned hereby requests an account be established for the above named company. In connection with this request,
the undersigned authorizes the receipt and exchange of credit information. The undersigned agrees to be bound by the terms
and conditions that are printed on the reverse side of this application and further agrees that he is liable for all charges
incurred through the use of his assigned account number.
Signature of Applicant:
Typed or Printed Names:
Company Title:
Sign both copies of this application and mail to Illinois Department of Transportation, Permit Office, Room 117, 2300 South
Dirksen Parkway, Springfield, Illinois 62764. A confidential account number will be assigned and a copy returned. Make all
checks payable to the STATE TREASURER OF ILLINOIS. Please reference your account number when making payment.
OFFICE USE ONLY
Date
You have been assigned Account Number
.
Please refer to this number when you apply for permits. It is advised you keep this number confidential since you are
responsible for all charges incurred.
Engineer of Operations
Printed 10/15/2014
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OPER 1932 (Rev.11/19/13)
Escrow Account Application
(Complete in Duplicate)
This application is for establishing an account against which to charge permit fees assessed for the movement of oversize and
overweight loads.
Account Information
Name:
Address:
City:
Zip:
State:
(
)
Attention:
Phone:
FEIN or SSN:
(If this account is for an individual, use your Social Security Number)
Billing Address:
(If other than above)
City:
Zip:
State:
E-Mail Address (if available):
Type of Account Requested
(Check One)
ESCROW - Initial deposit of $
accompanies this application.
(In multiples of $100)
The undersigned hereby requests an account be established for the above named company. In connection with this request,
the undersigned authorizes the receipt and exchange of credit information. The undersigned agrees to be bound by the terms
and conditions that are printed on the reverse side of this application and further agrees that he is liable for all charges
incurred through the use of his assigned account number.
Signature of Applicant:
Typed or Printed Names:
Company Title:
Sign both copies of this application and mail to Illinois Department of Transportation, Permit Office, Room 117, 2300 South
Dirksen Parkway, Springfield, Illinois 62764. A confidential account number will be assigned and a copy returned. Make all
checks payable to the STATE TREASURER OF ILLINOIS. Please reference your account number when making payment.
OFFICE USE ONLY
Date
You have been assigned Account Number
.
Please refer to this number when you apply for permits. It is advised you keep this number confidential since you are
responsible for all charges incurred.
Engineer of Operations
Printed 10/15/2014
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OPER 1932 (Rev.11/19/13)
GENERAL PROVISIONS
The ledger maintained by the Department is intended to show an accurate account of all transactions and will constitute the
official record.
In all matters relative to an account, the Department will communicate only with the account holder or his designated
representative.
Deposits to accounts may be in the form of a certified, cashier’s, traveler’s, company or personal check or postal or
telegraphic money order made payable to the State Treasurer of Illinois. Payments in currency must be made in person. The
Permit Office will charge a service fee of $3 for a check returned for any reason.
Use of credit or prepayment shall not modify, alter or in any manner affect either the provisions of the law or the policy of the
Department with regard to issuing special permits for excessive size or weight or the determination and collection of
authorized fees.
Use of credit or prepayment is not transferable and may be used only for payment offers for permits issued to the account
holder or for fees for IDOT registration of the account holder’s vehicles. Credit may not otherwise be used for permits or
vehicle registrations issued to any other person, company or organization, nor shall any credit be diverted on behalf of the
account holder for any other purpose.
Permit service companies and communications companies, hereafter known as Permit Agents agree to allow the charging of
permit fees against their account provided the permit is issued as a hard copy and is transmitted to one of their facilities on a
Collection-on-Delivery basis so they may obtain the fee from the permittee and fee for each permit charged to the account.
The Permit Agent agrees to pay all such fees charged in accordance with this provision.
ESCROW ACCOUNT PROVISIONS
An escrow (prepaid) account will remain open as long as there is a positive balance. The balance will be reduced by the fee
amount for each permit issued.
Upon request, the Department will notify the account holder when the prepaid amount is reduced to an agreed warning limit.
The account holder may replenish his fund at any time. However, deposits must be made in multiplies of $100.
The Department will furnish monthly statements, providing there has been activity against the account that will show charges,
deposits, adjustments and the current prepaid amount remaining.
An escrow account may be closed at any time and the unused balance refunded. Closing of the account and requests for
refunds must be in writing.
For information about IDOTs collection and use of confidential information review the department’s
Identity Protection
Policy.
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