Semi Truck Hauling Services in Illinois
If you need to move a semi truck in Illinois, we've got an extensive network of insured, licensed semi truck drivers, logistics professionals, and project managers just waiting to assist you with transport. Our semi truck hauling services are fully comprehensive, customizable, and available in all Illinois locations. We handle route planning, scheduling, load tracking, loading and unloading assistance, permit applications, source experienced drivers, and more, to aid you on your quest to deliver a semi truck to a new location successfully.
We have been providing semi truck transport services in Illinois for more than a decade. You can depend on our experienced truck moving company to have the expertise on hand to securely transport a semi truck whenever you need it. We are well versed in all the roads for Illinois semi truck transport. Call Heavy Equipment Transport now and let’s get started! (888) 730-2951
Shipping Semi Trucks With Quality Service in Illinois
We make sure that your semi truck is in good hands and that you experience nothing less than a professional, hassle-free semi truck towing service. When we agree to ship a semi truck for you, we'll work with you to meet any deadlines you require. We make sure that everyone associated with your semi truck transport request is skilled and efficient, to help you avoid any costly delays. Our teams are continuously trained in proper handling techniques and safety procedures to ensure your semi truck delivery arrives on schedule and in the same condition that it entered our care. Let’s get started! (888) 730-2951
Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Illinois
As semi truck movers in Illinois, our crews will often utilize some of Illinois' busiest highways, such as:
The I-90 runs northwest-southeast across the northern part of Illinois from its entry at the Wisconsin state line near South Beloit. From here, the road veers south to Rockford, before continuing on its journey to the southeast to the state line at Chicago. For its relatively short 108-mile stretch, the route encompasses a variety of environments to drive through, from the farmland that lies west of the Fox River Valley to the heart of industrial Chicago.
The I-55 is a major north-south route that connects St. Louis in Missouri to the Chicago metropolitan area. It enters the state via the Poplar Street Bridge near the east of St. Louis and runs on until it meets Lake Shore Drive near downtown Chicago. Along its route, the highway runs through Springfield, Bloomington, and Joliet. The I-55 often has heavy traffic, with more than 20,000 vehicles per day running along its length, especially as it passes through the Springfield metro, Bloomington-Normal metro, and Chicagoland metro areas.
The I-57 route parallels the old Illinois Central railways line and runs from Missouri to the I-55 exit in Chicago. It essentially serves as a shortcut route for semi truck delivery drivers heading from the south up to Chicago as it bypasses the busy St. Louis area.