Transporting A Semi Truck in Massachusetts
Semi truck towing in Massachusetts is a service we have provided residents for more than a decade. Our reputation as a reliable semi truck transportation company is something we're incredibly proud of, and we'll always work with you to ensure you experience the best possible outcome. Our array of semi truck towing services is available no matter where you're based in the Bay State.
Whether you're in Boston, Worcester, Springfield, or a more rural location, we're here to assist. Even if you're looking for semi trucking services to help you ship out of state, our logistics team is full of experienced semi truck transport experts who can help you to transition your equipment, even at short notice. Let’s get started! (888) 730-2951
Comprehensive Semi Truck Shipping Services
Whether you need us to transport a brand new Peterbilt semi truck, transport an Isuzu truck that's out-of-commission, or ship multiple semi trucks to a new Massachusetts destination, no job is too big, too small, or too complicated for the specialists at Heavy Equipment Transport. Our comprehensive range of Massachusetts semi truck shipping services can be used to transport a semi truck in any condition. Whether new or used, you can rely on us to treat your semi truck with respect and transport it safely.
The great thing about our semi truck shipping services is that we don't take a one-size-fits-all approach to transport semi trucks in Massachusetts. We personalize each project based on your semi truck shipping requirements and handle every aspect of the process. We take care of the insurance, paperwork, permits, route planning, scheduling, and choose the right rigs and qualified drivers to undertake your semi truck transport. Ship your semi truck in Massachusetts now! (888) 730-2951
Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Massachusetts
We often transport semi trucks in Massachusetts. Our drivers utilize the interstate highway system to connect your semi truck shipment with intrastate and out-of-state destinations using some of the busiest highways:
I-90 in Massachusetts follows the same route as the Massachusetts Turnpike, more locally known as the Pike or MassPike, from West Stockbridge on the New York border. The Boston Extension of the Pike first opened in 1965 and connected the Allston/Brighton Tolls to downtown Boston and the I-93. Later, its I-93 terminal was extended to serve the Logan International Airport. Along its route, you meet I-91 in West Springfield, I-291 in Chicopee, I-84 in Sturbridge, I-95 in Weston, and more, before the road terminates in downtown Boston.
The southern end of I-93 lies in Canton, at I-95 exit 12. At this junction, the I-95 North route travels northwest to serve the Boston beltway, while the South route runs through Boston's suburbs towards Rhode Island. The last few miles serves both Canton and Randolph. Exiting Randolph, the eastern route continues to Braintree, where it links to Route 3, the major highway connecting Boston and Cape Cod, before turning north towards Boston. Past Boston, the I-93 continues towards New Hampshire, passing through Andover and providing access to Worcester and the southwest before heading into New Hampshire's seacoast region.