Shipping a Semi Truck in Iowa
When you choose to work with Heavy Equipment Transport, you're selecting a semi truck shipping company with more than a decade of experience handling semi truck towing requests. When it comes to semi truck transport, there's no one better equipped than our extensive network. From the largest cities, such as Des Moines and Cedar Rapids, to even the most remote locations, we can transport a semi truck to them all. We're always ready to handle moving a semi truck for you – contact a representative to get started on your semi truck transport journey! Call now! (888) 730-2951
Secure Iowa Semi Truck Transport Services
We take security and efficiency seriously at Heavy Equipment Transport. We work diligently, day and night, to ensure that we're providing the best semi truck towing service. We make sure that every driver is fully vetted, licensed, insured, and qualified to handle moving a semi truck. Plus, our logistics professionals take pride in arranging the quickest, safest route for towing a semi truck. We include everything that you need and nothing that you don't, as part of our fully customizable semi truck moving service. With us, you're guaranteed to experience the joys of hassle-free, efficient semi truck transport. Let’s get started! (888) 730-2951
Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Iowa
Our professional semi truck towing specialists often utilize many of the interstate routes that connect cities in Iowa to other parts of the U.S. Popular routes include:
I-29 is an interstate highway that runs north-south and parallels the journey of the Missouri River through Iowa. The road enters Iowa near Hamburg, following a north-northwesterly route through the Omaha-Council Bluffs connecting the Sioux City areas. Throughout its journey, the highway route is entirely flat, never straying from the land between the Missouri River and the nearby Loess Hills. On its exit from Iowa, the road crosses into South Dakota over the Big Sioux River.
Another north-south interstate in Iowa is the I-35 that connects Duluth in Minnesota and Laredo in Texas through the center of Iowa. The highway enters the state near Lamoni and continues northward through southern Iowa's drift plain. Just north of Lamoni, there's a rest stop overlooking the Grand River that provides access to the Slip Bluff County Park. When it reaches Des Moines, the I-35 overlaps the I-80 highway, and both bypass the center of Des Moines to the north and west. On the west route, the I-35 turns north to go through Ankeny and Ames, continuing northeast to the Wright County line and beyond.
The I-80 in Iowa travels west to east, entering the state in Council Bluffs and also threading through the southern Iowa drift plain. I-80 continues east after des Moines, and in eastern Iowa provides access to the University of Iowa located in Iowa City. Northwest of the Quad Cities, the highway has the world's largest truck stop. The route then continues onto northern Davenport and Bettendorf before leaving Iowa on the Fred Shwengel Memorial Bridge.