Semi Truck Shipping in Idaho with Heavy Equipment Transport
At Heavy Equipment Transport, we're proud to offer your comprehensive semi truck shipping services. Our services are fully personalized, so you only receive the semi truck delivery services that you need at any given moment. When it comes to semi truck transport in Idaho, we know that choosing an experienced, qualified semi truck transport company is crucial to ensure the safe transit of semi trucks. That's why we've spent more than a decade honing our skills and recruiting the right talent to assist you with semi truck shipping requests. Whether your semi truck delivery originates out-of-state or only needs to move a short distance, we've got the expertise available to coordinate semi truck towing for you. Let’s get started now! (888) 730-2951
Safely Transporting and Delivering Semi Trucks Throughout Idaho
We know the importance of making sure that semi trucks reach their destination safely. The road crews we provide are highly skilled and adept at efficiently securing semi trucks for transport throughout Idaho. Our fully licensed, insured drivers are backed by a network of logistics professionals who are continually seeking the safest routes for your semi truck delivery. For peace of mind, we offer a load tracking service as part of our semi truck towing service, so that you can monitor your semi truck's progress through our network and effectively plan for its arrival. Call now and let’s haul your semi truck through Idaho! (888) 730-2951
Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Idaho
In Idaho, the I-15 runs northwards from the state line near Woodruff to the Monida Pass. It's the primary route for drivers of eastern Idaho to connect deliveries between Pocatello, Idaho Falls, Malad City, Dubois, and Blackfoot. Each of these cities is then connected to Salt Lake City, UT, in the south and Butte, MT, in the north. From its entry near Woodruff, the road follows the edge of the Caribou National Forest. It travels the narrow Devil Creek Valley between the Elkhorn Mountain and the Bannock Range before reaching Malad Summit, where it then enters the Snake River watershed. In Bannock County, the road descends into the Marsh Valley to Downey and McCammon before curving north at Portneuf and entering Pocatello. It continues northward on the Snake River Plain into the Fort Hall Indian Reservation before crossing the Continental Divide in Montana.
The I-84 is the longest interstate in Idaho that connects the Oregon state line to Utah in the northwest. Primarily following the Snake River, the highway connects Boise, Mountain Home, and Twin Falls. It travels concurrently with several state routes through the Boise metropolitan area and is one of the busiest roads in the state. Once at Twin Falls, the I-84 turns southeast to cross the Sublett Mountain Range before exiting in Utah. On its route, the highway also climbs into the northeastern extent of the Black Pine Mountains through the Mortensen Canyon, cresting at Sweetzer Summit, a point that's more than 5,000 ft. above sea level.