Semi trucks with light trailers, vans, SUVs, and light trucks are all considered high-profile vehicles. A high profile vehicle is one with a wide surface area that can be exposed to cross winds.
High-profile vehicles will receive alerts in high-wind circumstances since they are prone to rolling over and fast lane changes. The risk to drivers is determined by the vehicle’s weight, wind speed, and centre of gravity. The usage of roadways after a restriction or travel ban has been issued is governed by the regulations of each state’s department of transportation.