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PUBLIC LAW 102-240—DEC. 18, 1991 105 STAT. 2149 "(A) the maximum combination trailer, semitrailer, or other type of length limitation authorized by statute or regulation of that State on or before June 1, 1991; or "(B) the length of the cargo carrying units of those commercial motor vehicle combinations, by specific configuration, in actual, lawful operation on a regular or periodic basis (including continuing seasonal operation) in that State on or before June 1, 1991. " (2) WYOMING, OHIO, AND ALASKA.— "(A) WYOMING,—In addition to those vehicles allowed under paragraphs (I)(A) and (I)(B), the State of Wyoming may allow the operation of additional vehicle configurations not in actual operation on June 1, 1991, but authorized by State law not later than November 3, 1992, if such vehicle configurations comply with the single axle, tandem axle, and bridge formula limits set forth in section 127(a) of title 23, United States Code, and do not exceed 117,000 pounds gross vehicle weight. "(B) OHIO.— In addition to vehicles which the State of Ohio may continue to allow to be operated under paragraphs (1)(A) and (I)(B), such State may allow commercial motor vehicle combinations with 3 cargo carrying units of 28 V2 feet each (not including the truck tractor) not in actual operation on June 1, 1991, to be operated within its boundaries on the 1-mile segment of Ohio State Route 7 which begins at and is south of exit 16 of the Ohio Turnpike. "(C) ALASKA.— In addition to vehicles which the State of Alaska may continue to allow to be operated under paragraphs (I)(A) and (1)(B), such State may allow operation of commercial motor vehicle combinations which were not in actual operation on June 1, 1991, but which were in actual operation prior to July 6, 1991. "(3) MEASUREMENT OF LENGTH.—For purposes of this subsection, the length of the cargo carrying units of a commercial motor vehicle combination is the length measured from the > front of the first cargo carrying unit to the rear of the last cargo carrying unit. "(4) LIMITATIONS.—Commercial motor vehicle combinations whose operations in a State are not prohibited under paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subsection may continue to operate in such State on the highways described in paragraph (1) only if in compliance with, at the minimum, all State statutes, regulations, limitations, and conditions, including but not limited to routing-specific and configuration-specific designations and all other restrictions in force in such State on June 1, 1991; except that subject to such regulations as may be issued by the Secretary, pursuant to paragraph (8) of this subsection, the State may make minor adjustments of a temporary and emergency nature to route designations and vehicle operating restrictions in effect on June 1, 1991, for specific safety purposes and road construction. Nothing in this subsection shall prevent any State from further restricting in any manner or prohibiting the operation of any commercial motor vehicle combination subject to this subsection, except that such restrictions or prohibitions shall be consistent with the requirements of this section and of section 412 and section 416(a) and (b) of this Act. Any State Federal further restricting or prohibiting the operations of commercial ^S?*®f'