Transport Heavy Equipment in Los Angeles with the Best
Heavy equipment transport in California requires a professional with years of experience and a workforce. Heavy Equipment Transport is exactly that and much more. We’ve offered heavy equipment shipping services to and from Los Angeles for more than a decade. Making a booking is easy and fast. You can reach us through email, call us, or fill out the form on our website. Countercheck the details you provide us are correct to get an accurate shipping estimate. Make, model, transport date, pick-up, and drop-off locations are some of the details to provide.
When you make a booking, we start working on your shipping request immediately. That includes identifying the best trailer for transport based on the weight and dimensions, acquiring transport paperwork, and fully insuring your heavy equipment. We add every client’s name to our insurance to claim total compensation if needed. All heavy equipment is inspected, and a BOL form is filled in before loading it on a trailer. The legal weight and size limit in Los Angeles, California, is 14ft in height, 8’6ft in width, 65ft in total length, and 80,000 GVW. When heavy equipment exceeds these measurements, we acquire shipping permits before transport.
The cost of shipping heavy equipment in Los Angeles varies from one shipment to another. That’s because it’s influenced by weight, dimensions, the distance between pick-up and delivery location, season, and route. The larger the heavy equipment the more the cost because it requires a larger specialized trailer and more fuel. To transport heavy equipment to or from Los Angeles, contact us today at (888) 730-2951.
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Learn More About Shipping Heavy Equipment in Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles has more than 3.8 million residents making it the largest city in California and the second-largest in the country. Yet, despite Los Angeles being a large city, we know the direction to each location and the fastest way to get in and out and avoid heavy traffic. Common routes we use include Interstate 5, Interstate 10, and US Route 101. With Heavy Equipment Transport, your heavy equipment is safe and will be delivered on time.