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Ship Your Semi Truck Anywhere in Georgia

When you need semi truck transport services in Georgia, you should work with a shipping company that has the proper equipment and training to transport a semi truck safely. We have been in business for more than a decade, supplying companies and residents of Georgia with hassle-free semi truck transport services. Our drivers know their way around semi truck shipping and will professionally and efficiently load and transport a semi truck for you anywhere in the state. Our skilled drivers are insured, fully qualified, and eager to move a semi truck for you. Let’s get started! (888) 730-2951


Our Comprehensive Georgia Semi Truck Transport Services

At Heavy Equipment Transport, there's nothing we can't tow or transport. Whether you need us to deliver a brand new fleet of Peterbilt semi trucks or a ship a non-working commercial truck, there's no job that's too big, too complicated, or too small for our experienced logistics team and dedicated semi truck transport drivers. Our comprehensive semi truck moving service can be used to transport a semi truck in any condition. We handle the paperwork, insurance, scheduling, and more – so you don't have to worry about a thing when you choose our semi truck shipping services. Call for Georgia semi truck shipping now! (888) 730-2951

Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Georgia

Highways in Georgia are often used to tow semi trucks to intrastate and out-of-state destinations safely. Some of our most commonly traveled routes include:

  • I-16
  • I-75
  • I-85

  • I-16 is an east-west interstate that never leaves Georgia. From its terminus at downtown Macon, it connects to downtown Savannah through the cities of Dublin, Metter, and Pooler. The interstate can get quite busy and also serves as the hurricane evacuation route for Savannah and nearby coastal areas.

    The I-75 is another popular route that connects the Macon area to other parts of Georgia. On its north-south journey through central Georgia, the road connects Valdosta, Macon, and Atlanta. Past its entry near Valdosta, it travels northward through several towns, such as Cordele, before reaching Macon. After Macon, drivers can exit at Forsyth or continue onward to the Atlanta metro area. Once in the Atlanta metro, the road heads north towards the city center, through the central business district, before heading northwest towards Marietta. North of Marietta, there is one final major junction before the route meanders through the hilly terrain of northern Georgia before reaching Tennessee.

    The I-85 enters Georgia over the Chattahoochee River before skirting the town of West Point. After leaving West Point, the road enters the LaGrange area on its route northeast. From here, the I-85 connects to a spur route that enters Columbus and then heads northeast towards Atlanta. On its way into Atlanta, it passes many suburbs, including Moreland, Fairburn, and Union City. It also has an interchange with another significant east-west highway, the I-20. The I-85 continues northeast through Atlanta suburbs and heads off into rural northeast Georgia. Near the end of its journey, the route visits Lake Hartwell, a dammed portion of the Savannah River, before heading into South Carolina.


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