Hauling Semi Trucks to Hawaii
Hawaii semi truck transport to and from the mainland is easy with us. At Heavy Equipment Transport, we understand how crucial it is to have the semi truck hauling service arrive on schedule. That's why we make sure that every time we ship a semi truck, it gets looked after correctly and arrives when you need it. We're a semi truck hauling company that only works with licensed, insured, and experienced semi truck moving professionals.
From our customer representatives to the logistics teams and road crews, everyone you'll come into contact with knows exactly what it takes to provide the best Hawaii semi truck transport services. You can trust us to move a semi truck of any make and model across Hawaii's busiest roads. We even offer GPS load tracking, so you can be aware of where your semi truck is at all times when you book a semi truck transport service from us. (888) 730-2951
Quality Hawaii Semi Truck Shipping
When it comes to shipping a semi truck, we know that a one-size-fits-all approach isn't always the best semi truck towing solution. That's why, at Heavy Equipment Transport, we take a personalized approach to semi truck transport in Hawaii. We can provide tracking, loading assistance, offloading assistance, semi truck escorts, and more. Our customer representatives are always on-hand to help you decide which towing service is right for your needs. Contact us to get started! (888) 730-2951
Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Hawaii
Heavy Equipment Transport specialists in Hawaii will often need to use the state's highway system. Major routes our drivers are comfortable towing semi trucks along include:
H-1 is the longest, busiest highway in Hawaii. It begins near the Campbell Industrial Park in Kapolei before traveling east towards Makakilo. The freeway passes the northern edge of Waipahu for approximately 3 miles before it connects to the H-2 and moves east towards Pearl City and the inevitably complicated Halawa Interchange junctions. Traveling onward to Pearl Harbor, the road runs along a viaduct, passes Honolulu International Airport, and connects into downtown Honolulu before ending in the Kahala district near the Kahala Mall.
The H-2, also known as the Veterans Memorial Freeway, is a north-south route across O'ahu. At its southern end, it terminates at a junction on the H-1 in Pearl City. Its northern journey ends at the Wahiawa Bypass in Wahiawa near the Schofield Barracks. Its north-south route has four lanes in each direction as it passes the Waipio neighborhood and travels on into the city of Mililani. At this point, the road narrows to three lanes as it reaches its end.