For oversized, dangerous and overweight loads, we offer a large variety of specialized trucks (Hotshot, Flatbed, Stepdeck, Lowboy, Double Drop, multi-axel, RGN). We are fully aware of all transportation regulations throughout the United States of America and Canada. Hence, we ensure that your freight is transported correctly.

Hot-Shot

A hot-shot truck is usually a diesel-powered, dual-wheeled pickup truck that is set up to haul a gooseneck trailer. This is a great option for loads that need to be transported in an open trailer, but are not too heavy and long.

Flatbeds

A flatbed truck is a type of truck that can be either articulated or rigid. As the name suggests, it has an entirely flat level 'bed' body with no sides or roof. This facilitates faster and easier loading of goods. Consequently, they are used to transport heavy loads, which are not delicate or vulnerable to adverse weather conditions. For example, these materials include construction equipment and abnormal loads that require more space than available on a closed body.

Restrictions (Without permits)

- Weight (lbs): 45k-48k
- Length: 45’-48’
- Width: 8’6’’
- Height: 8’6’’

Stepdeck

It is similar to the Flatbed truck, however this kind of truck has a lower deck that is able to haul taller pieces.

Restrictions (Without permits)

- Weight (lbs): 43k-46k
- Upper deck: 10’
- Lower deck Length: 37’-43’
- Width: 8’6’’
- Height: 10’6’’

RGN:

Removable Gooseneck (RGN) trailers are used to move long pieces with a lower deck that is only a few inches over the ground. It also allows you to load large pieces of equipment onto the trailer by driving them on. The front of the trailer is removable, which allows the trailer to drop down to the ground and create its own ramp.

Restrictions (Without permits)

- Weight (lbs): 38k-42k
- Wheel deck Length: 37’-43’
- Width: 8’6’’
- Height: 12’

Multi Axle trailer

A motorless wheeled vehicle designed for the transportation of heavy loads that cannot be divided up. A multiaxle trailer has a low step frame, three to six axles, and six to eight wheels on each axle. The large number of axles and wheels reduce the load per wheel on the roadway. The freight-carrying capacity of a multiaxle trailer ranges from 20 to 60 tons.

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Specialized equipment (Heavy Hauling)

Specialized equipment (Heavy Hauling)

Specialized equipment (Heavy Hauling)

Specialized equipment (Heavy Hauling)

Specialized equipment (Heavy Hauling)