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Heavy Haul Trucking

At Westcoast Enterprise LLC  we have a team of heavy haul trucking, who will advise and recommend exactly which type of truck and/or trailer equipment that is best for your particular shipment. Heavy Haul Trucking, Trailer specifications, and configurations are standard in the industry with vans measuring either 48 ‘L x 96 “/ 102” W or 53’ L x 102 “W.

It is essential to know the inside dimensions of a trailer to ensure that your shipment will fit properly. The following dry van illustrations will help you understand a few of the fundamentals.

Heavy transport

Details When a platform trailer is insufficient because the shipment is too high, wide or heavy, a massive cargo transport method is your only option. The transport of heavy cargo, also commonly called: overfeeding, oversized, overweight or oversized, is explained below.

In the USA U.S., An overload is a truck tractor with a trailer attached that has an oversized or overweight object (the load) that exceeds the ordinary permit limits associated with overweight or oversized loads. Both the size and the weight of an overload are regulated by the state in which the load moves and is different depending on the state in which it is located. A large load (including tractor and trailer) may exceed the standard legal dimensions of 13’6 “in height and 8’6” in width (length varies by state). The load must be non-reducible (cannot be reduced to legal dimensions). An overweight load should consist of a single unit that will be shipped that will exceed the legal gross weight of 80,000 pounds for the truck, trailer and unit shipped.

Heavy Haul Trucking

Heavy transport equipment
Equipment that may be required for heavy transports:

Double Drops
Extendable trailers
Removable gooseneck (RGN)
Extendable trailers
The trailers can have 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 13 and 20 axes
Legal requirements for oversizing, overweight and superloads:

Knowing how to deal with legal considerations, permits and the technical challenges of pulling a heavy load is crucial to having a large cargo shipment successfully.

States require that certain large cargoes have Certified Pilot / Escort Operators (P / EVO) certified to protect the public car and the oversized cargo. The objective of a P / EVO is to securely escort an overload from its initial location to its final destination without damaging the load, the conductors, the roads, the roads, the bridges, the control devices, the signs, the cables, the protuberances objects or properties.
Westcoast Enterprise LLC Transportation will manage the transportation of your supercharged cargo from start to finish, including obtaining special permits for each state and county, as needed, pilot vehicles or other escort vehicles and any additional equipment required to move your heavy cargo. safe way.


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