TOP-QUALITY OVERSIZE LOAD SHIPPING SOLUTIONS
Shipping an oversize load needs to be done with the experts. Depending on the oversize equipment type, you may need specialty rigging, trailers, and pilot cars to get it there. At Heavy Equipment Transport, we understand the details necessary for oversized load transport solutions. We want to ensure that your equipment and our drivers have a safe journey.
Heavy Equipment Transport provides efficient and safe oversize load shipping solutions. Your transport agents pay attention to detail for every oversize freight shipment. Our mission is to provide every client with top-quality oversize load transport solutions. Call now for an oversize load shipping quote! (888) 730-2951
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LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL OVERSIZE LOAD TRANSPORT SERVICES
An oversize load transport exceeds the maximum legal weight dimensions. This can either be height, weight, width, or length. It can also be in multiple aspects. Each state has various oversize dimensions and weight regulations. Heavy Equipment Transport pulls the proper permits in each state to ship your oversize equipment. A local oversize load transport might only require a single permit, especially if it's in the same state. A cross-country oversize transport, however, will most likely need multiple permits. Permits and route planning are for the safety of the load, driver, and other motorists on the road.
Heavy Equipment Transport hauls oversize loads in all 50 states. We also ship oversize loads to Canada and Mexico. With over 13 years of experience, Heavy Equipment Transport knows the best way to ship your oversize load. With one call, we handle everything from pickup to delivery. Your transport agent provides premier oversize load transport services to fit your needs. Call now and get an oversize load transport quote! (888) 730-2951
Oversize Load vs. Wide Load: What's the Difference?
Oversize load is a broad term to cover any freight transport that exceeds the legal limits for length, width, height, or weight.
A wide load describes any freight transport wider than the standard legal highway limit of 8.5 feet.
Oversize loads and wide loads require permits.
Wide loads need an open-air trailer, such as a flatbed trailer, RGN trailer, or lowboy trailer. That's because, most often, the equipment is hanging off the sides of the trailer.
Oversize loads are also typically transported on open air trailers, but may not hang off the trailer. It may be extremely high, or hang off the end.
Wide loads and oversize loads typically require permits, pilot cars, and pre-route planning to ensure safe travel.
Heavy Equipment Transport ships all oversize loads with top quality service you can rely on. Get a quote today! (888) 730-2951