Quality Florida Semi Truck Transport Services
Our Florida semi truck transport services are top notch. We ship semi trucks all across Forward and to neighboring states. We’re a one-stop-shop for any semi truck moving requirements. Our professional logistics crew at Heavy Equipment Transport will facilitate every aspect of your Florida semi truck transport request so that you experience a hassle-free service every time that you book with us.
You won't need to worry about forgetting a permit or essential piece of paperwork when you choose us to ship a semi truck for you. We'll make sure that everything is covered before our carefully selected drivers set out to ship a semi truck for you. At Heavy Equipment Transport we find the best shipping solutions to ship your semi truck in Florida. Let’s get started! (888) 730-2951
Shipping Semi Trucks To and From Florida
We specialize in the transport of semi trucks year-round at the Heavy Equipment Transport company. You can rely on us to carefully ship a semi truck to or from Florida. You can also be kept up-to-date on the location of your semi truck freight at all times, through a transparent GPS load tracking service that we provide. All of our chosen drivers are experienced, professional, and fully insured to transport a semi truck in Florida on your behalf.
Heavy Equipment Transport is here to provide quality shipping solutions when moving your semi truck throughout Florida. All routes are planned ahead of time, so that your semi truck is transported through the safest roads. For semi truck shipping you can rely on, call Heavy Equipment Transport now! (888) 730-2951
Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Florida
In Florida, our Heavy Equipment Transport company uses major semi truck shipping routes, including the following highways:
The I-10 is a 362-mile highway in Florida that forms the easternmost part of an interstate that runs east-west through the U.S. The road follows a similar course to the US 90 highway, but it's a more direct route through the state as it avoids the central locations of many Florida cities. The western terminus is near Pensacola, in Escambia County. Before exiting Florida, the route crosses multiple rivers, including the Perdido River at the border and the Blackwater River, before passing through the Osceola National Forest. Towards the east, the highway travels until it meets its end in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Jacksonville's urban center.
The I-75 runs between the Hialeah-Miami Lakes border just north of Miami to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It's a north-south highway that begins its journey northward by curving around the Miami Lakes border and passing the Miami metro area, before traveling west across Alligator Alley. Past Alligator Alley, the road turns back north, heading into Naples and following the Gulf Coast, passing Fort Myers, Venice, Sarasota, and other major cities. The freeway then visits the Tampa Bay Area before moving inland to connect travelers to Gainesville and Lake City before its exit to Georgia.
I-95 is the main highway serving the Atlantic Coast, connecting downtown Miami to Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, and beyond. The route also serves Fort Lauderdale, Titusville, and West Palm Beach. It connects many airports along its northerly path, including the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport, Palm Beach International Airport, and Jacksonville International Airport.