California's Premier Heavy Equipment Transport Company
Heavy Equipment Transport is California’s best oversize load shipping company. We transport equipment from the bigger cities, such as Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco, and even the smaller towns, including Avalon, Laguna Beach, and St. Helena. We transport all heavy equipment and oversize loads to and from California with top quality service. We’re an all-inclusive machinery shipping company, dedicated to providing the best California shipping experience available.
Heavy Equipment Transport is the best company to ship heavy equipment and industrial machinery throughout California.. We've got extensive experience shipping construction equipment, agricultural tools, and oversized transport. Every one of our haulers is fully-trained, certified, bonded, and insured to carry out California heavy equipment transports safely. We provide a door-to-door service, including port-to-port transport from Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Oakland, as well as same-day loading from a variety of Californian cities. Call now and get a quote to ship your heavy equipment to California today! (888) 730-2951.
Common Equipment Shipped in California by Heavy Equipment Transport
California Semi Truck Shipping Services You Can Rely On
Heavy Equipment Transport provides the best California semi truck shipping services. We are the only California semi truck shipping company that you'll ever need. With over a decade of experience transporting semi trucks to and from California, Heavy Equipment Transport has earned a top-notch reputation. We also provide bulk semi truck shipping solutions throughout California.
When you're looking to ship a semi truck in California, we understand that services such as GPS load tracking and loading or unloading assistance can be a crucial part of your request. We offer fully customizable California semi truck transport and drive away services that can include everything you need to make sure you've got peace of mind. We take pride in making sure that our California drive away services are as smooth as possible, taking care of the permits, paperwork, logistics, as well as the safe driving of your semi truck transport. Get your California semi truck shipping rate today! (888) 730-2951.
Common Cities We Ship To
California Driveaway Services Available
Heavy Equipment Transport is California’s leading driveaway company. We offer the best professionals to drive your semi truck, RV, and other equipment throughout California. Your freight will be driven by an experienced driveaway professional, who is properly licensed and insured. Whether you need driveaway services to or from California, or to drive your equipment within the state, we offer the best services at the most affordable rates. Call Heavy Equipment Transport and find out more about our driveaway services now! (888) 730-2951.
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MAJOR SEMI TRUCK TRANSPORT ROUTES IN CALIFORNIA
When it comes to significant semi truck transport routes through California, Heavy Equipment Transport regularly navigates the following highways:
The I-5 speedway. This highway spans the entire length of California from Los Angeles in the south through to Santa Clarita, Castaic, Gorman, Lebec, and Wheeler Ridge. The circuit veers northeastwards and passes through Buttonwillow and Lost Hills before terminating in Sacramento.
The I-10 interstate. A transcontinental interstate highway that connects Santa Monica in California to the far reaches of Jacksonville, Florida. The road runs east from Santa Monica to Los Angeles, then continues eastward towards San Bernardino and Palm Springs before reaching the Arizona border.
The I-15. It's a major north-south route that connects the San Bernardino, Riverside, and San Diego Counties. From its beginning at the I-8, the I-15 highway heads northward through Mission Valley and Kearny Mesa. After passing the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, the I-15 runs into Rancho Penasquitos, a suburban community in northeastern San Diego. Continuing northwards, the I-15 exits the upper San Diego city limits after crossing Lake Hodges before continuing onto Escondido. North of here, the terrain is often hilly, and mostly farmland. The road descends into the Inland Empire, running along the Santa Ana mountains' eastern edge. Traveling northwards, the I-15 acts as a primary route between Southern California and other significant destinations through the Cajon Pass.