Michigan Semi Truck Shipping with Heavy Equipment Transport
Michigan semi truck transport requests can take many forms, from semi truck driveaway services to organizing a semi truck fleet shipping to a limited-access site. On your behalf, we'll arrange every detail of the semi truck transport process, including obtaining the correct permits, planning a suitable semi truck transport route, and unloading your semi truck safely at its end destination. We pride ourselves on our range of semi truck transport services, and we personalize each semi truck shipping project to meet your specific needs. If you're looking for safe, efficient, highly customizable semi truck shipping, look no further than our hassle-free semi truck transport services. Get your Michigan semi truck transport quote now! (888) 730-2951
Efficient and Secure Semi Truck Transport Services
When it comes to semi truck transport in Michigan, there's no one better qualified to handle your semi truck shipping than the Heavy Equipment Transport team. Every driver, semi truck, and trailer is meticulously vetted before being chosen for your semi truck shipping request. We make sure that all equipment is inspected before departure, all equipment is secured safely, and every semi truck arrives on-time, without compromising the high quality of our semi trucking services.
At Heavy Equipment Transport, we offer load tracking to every customer. Our GPS load tracking service enables you to follow your semi truck's progress at all times. Not only do we do this to help you plan effectively for its safe arrival, but it provides you with peace of mind as you'll always know where your semi truck is along its route. It's just one of the many ways that we ensure that secure semi truck shipping occurs throughout Michigan. We also ensure that every driver we employ to undertake your semi truck transport project is fully qualified, insured, and an experienced semi truck handler. Let’s get started! (888) 730-2951
Major Semi Truck Transport Routes in Michigan
I-75's route through Michigan enters from Ohio in the south, just north of Toledo, and follows a generally northward run through Detroit, Pontiac, and Bay City, ending at the Canadian border in Sault Ste. Marie. The highway serves both of Michigan's major peninsulas and travels through every landscape from typical southern Michigan farmland to northern forests, suburban communities, and Detroit's urban core.
I-75 also crosses three monumental bridges across significant bodies of water. This route is the busiest in the state, particularly between the Davison Highway and McNichols Road in Detroit, where approximately 194,300 vehicles use the road daily. The highway itself varies in size between four and ten lanes wide, with the broadest stretch between Kawkawlin and the Ohio border.
I-96 is a commonly used east-west interstate throughout the Lower Peninsula of Michigan. It begins at a cloverleaf exchange just north of the county airport in Norton Shores, near Muskegon city. It first crosses Crockery Creek before turning east toward Coopersville. Close to Ironwood Drive, the road turns southeasterly as it goes through Marne and into Kent County. While in Kent County, the route turns east once more through Walker before entering the Grand Rapids metro.
After leaving Grand Rapids, the route curves around the south of Pratt Lake before crossing into Ionia County. On the I-96, you'll pass south of Ionia and near Portland before crossing the Grand River and traveling southeasterly into Clinton County and Eagle. Finally, the road reaches the western edge of the Lansing metro area and merges with the I-69, crossing into Ingham County and following the southern edge of the city's metro area.