Maryland To New York Heavy Haulers Equipment Transport Service

Freedom Heavy Haul ships heavy equipment from Maryland to New York. Trust us to provide you with all the information you need to make your Maryland to New York transport decisions. Don’t risk your heavy equipment transport with inexperienced haulers. We have years of experience arranging heavy transport and hauling. Let our team of logistics professionals provide you with a hassle-free experience.

We provide our heavy haul customers with a high level of communication. You will get access to a transport agent who will be with you every step of the way. During the transport process, you will receive regular status updates. We’ll also confirm with you as soon as your transport is complete. You’ll work with a hard working, trustworthy, and reliable transport agent. Ready for a punctual and hassle free equipment transport experience? Call Freedom Heavy Haul today!

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What Are Maryland's Major Cities And Roadways?

Maryland is the 42nd largest state in America. Still, the state has more than 70,000 miles of roads, including more than 1,300 miles of interstate. Maryland is part of the busy east coast transportation corridor. I-95, the busiest road in the country, runs north/south through Baltimore, connection Virginia with Delaware. I-97 also goes north/south, running between Baltimore and the capital of Annapolis. I-83 also travels north/south in the state, linking Pennsylvania with Baltimore. In the northwest corner of the state, I-68 goes east/west until it blends into I-81 and heads south between Hagerstown and Frederick. I-70 goes east/west to connect Frederick and Baltimore.

The state is the 19th largest in the country by population. With more than 620,000 people, Baltimore remains the most populous city in Maryland. The next largest city, Columbia, has about 100,000 residents. Gaithersburg, a suburb of Washington, D.C., was the fastest growing city in Maryland in 2017. The 10 largest cities in Maryland are:

  1. Baltimore;
  2. Columbia;
  3. Germantown;
  4. Silver Spring;
  5. Waldorf;
  6. Ellicott City;
  7. Glen Burnie;
  8. Frederick;
  9. Gaithersburg;
  10. Rockville.

What Are The Height Weight & Width Restrictions In Maryland?

Heavy equipment shipments that exceed the maximum dimensions established by the state must obtain oversize permits to use the roads in Maryland. Single axels are limited to 27,000 pounds each, while tandem axels can weight as much as 52,000 pounds.

The dimensional restrictions in the state of Maryland include:

Maximum weight: 80,000 Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW);

Maximum height: 13 feet 6 inches;

Maximum width: 8 feet 6 inches.

What Are Maryland's Length Restrictions?

Overall length restrictions in Maryland are slightly more restrictive than other states. On interstate highways, trailers can be as long as 53-feet in length. Maximum overhangs are three feet in the front and six feet in the rear.

Trailer length maximums in Maryland include:

Total length: 65 feet;

Trailer length: 48 feet;

Motor home length: 45 feet.

What Are The Oversized Transport Permits In Maryland?

Maryland permits to ship oversize loads are available from the state Department of Transportation. Movement of oversize loads is permitted to occur from ½-hour after sunrise to ½-hour before sunset on Monday through Saturday. If your load weighs less than 150,00 pounds, stands less than 14-feet 6 -inches high and is less than 13-feet wide, your oversize load is allowed to travel around the clock.

Oversize shipments that exceed dimensional regulations must apply for Super Load permits. The maximum oversize dimensions that Maryland allows include:

Maximum Weight: 150,000 pounds;

Maximum Length: 120 feet total;

Maximum Height: 15 feet;

Maximum Width: 15 feet.

What Are Maryland's Major Auction Houses?

Ask Freedom Heavy Haul to ship your heavy equipment to or from any auction house in Maryland. Ritchie Brothers has an office located in North East. Alex Lyons & Sons has an office in Laurel.

Other prominent equipment auction houses in Maryland include:

  • Associated Auctioneers, West Friendship;
  • Bruce Witte Enterprises, Mt. Airy;
  • Gregory Associates, West Friendship;
  • G. Cochran Auctions, Boonsboro;
  • Hayes Auction Services, Mechanicsville;
  • Pete Richardson Auction, Willards;
  • Southern Sales Services, Baltimore;
  • Wolfe Industrial Auctions, Frederick.

What Are Some Major Rental Centers In Maryland?

Call Freedom Heavy Haul to transport your heavy equipment to or from any rental center in Maryland. United Rentals has more than a dozen locations in the state. Sunbelt Rentals also operates nearly 15 stores in Maryland. Herc Rentals runs three stores in Maryland.

Ahern Rentals has a pair of stores in Maryland. Other independent equipment rental centers in Maryland include:

  • Alban CAT Rental, Abingdon;
  • Brandywine Trucks & Equipment, Brandywine;
  • Beltsville Construction, Beltsville;
  • H&E Equipment, Dundalk;
  • LESCO Equipment, Frederick;
  • McClung-Logan Equipment, Baltimore;
  • Mid-Maryland Rentals, Middletown;
  • Northwest Equipment Rental, Baltimore.

New York Shipping FAQs

Choose Freedom Heavy Haul to haul your heavy equipment between New York and any other state in the union. Construction is big business in New York. There’s a continual need for the transportation of heavy construction machinery throughout New York. Construction spending in New York City each year amounts to more than $50 billion. About two-thirds of yearly construction spending in the City is for non-residential housing. Nearly 20,000 new residential units are added each year. On the agricultural side, nearly two-thirds of the state’s farming income comes from dairy production. New York is the second leading dairy producer in the nation, behind only Wisconsin. New York also is one of the top fruit and vegetable producers in the northeast. The state is the second leading apple producer in the nation. With all this farming, the need for transportation of heavy farm equipment has been on the rise. New York operates nearly a dozen ports, including one on the Atlantic Ocean: Port of Albany; Port of Buffalo; Port of Cape Vincent; Port of Caskill; Port of Newburgh; Port of New York and New Jersey; Port of Ogdensburg; Port of Oswego; Port of Poughkeepsie; Port of Rochester; Port of Troy; Port of Yonkers.

What Are New York's Major Cities And Roadways?

New York is the 27th largest state in terms of area. The state is 330 miles wide and 300 miles long. Total roadway miles in New York are around 250,000 miles, tied for tenth in the nation. The state interstate system is nearly 1,700 miles long. I-95, the most travelled interstate in America, slices through the lower corner of the state. I-195 takes you into and out of New York City. I-87 goes north/south between New York City and Massachusetts. Slightly to the west, I-81 takes the same north/south path, linking Pennsylvania to Canada. I-88 runs east west to link I-81 with Albany. I-84 runs across the southern portion of the state from east to west.

New York is the 4th largest state in the country in terms of population, trailing only California, Texas and Florida. With more than 8 ½ million people, New York City dwarfs any other city in the nation. Hempstead, on Long Island, boasts nearly 775,000 residents. Buffalo and Rochester each have more than 250,000 people in town. Cohoes, just east of Albany, was the fastest growing city in New York in 2017. The 10 largest cities in New York are:

  1. New York City;
  2. Hempstead;
  3. Buffalo;
  4. Rochester;
  5. Yonkers;
  6. Syracuse;
  7. Albany;
  8. New Rochelle;
  9. Mount Vernon;
  10. Schenectady.

What Are The Height Weight & Width Restrictions In New York?

Heavy equipment shipments that exceed the maximum dimensions established by the state must obtain oversize permits to use the roads in New York. Maximum width is restricted to 8-feet in New York City. Single axels must weigh 22,400 pounds less, while double axels are limited to 36,000 pounds.

The dimensional restrictions in the state of New York include:

Maximum weight: 80,000 Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW);

Maximum height: 13 feet 6 inches;

Maximum width: 8 feet 6 inches.

What Are New York's Length Restrictions?

Overall length restrictions in New York are ae right in line with the regulations in most northeast states.  On designated highways trailers are limited to 48 feet in length.

Trailer length maximums in New York include:

Total length: 65 feet;

Trailer length: 53 feet;

Motor home length: 45 feet.

What Are The Oversized Transport Permits In New York?

Permits to move oversize loads in New York are issued by state Department of Transportation. The transportation of oversize loads is permitted from ½-hour before sunrise until ½-hour after sunset on weekdays. On Saturday, oversize shipping must cease at noon. Oversize shipments are not allowed on Sunday or major holidays. Oversize shipping permits in New York City last only a few hours. In the rest of the state, oversize shipping permits are valid for five days.

Oversize shipments that exceed dimensional regulations must apply for Super Load permits. The maximum oversize dimensions that New York allows include:

Maximum Weight: 132,000 pounds;

Maximum Length: 100 feet total;

Maximum Height: 13 feet 11 inches;

Maximum Width: 14 feet.

What Are New York's Major Auction Houses?

Ask Freedom Heavy Haul to ship your heavy equipment to or from any auction house in New York. Alex Lyons & Sons, the national auction house, maintains an office in Bridgeport.

The most prominent equipment auction houses in New York include:

  • Auctions International, East Aurora;
  • Best Buy Auctioneers, New York;
  • Lambrecht Auctions, Bainbridge;
  • McFadden & Sons, Sharon Springs;
  • Mel Manasse & Son, Whitney Point;
  • Michael Amodeo & Company, New York;
  • Roy Teitsworth, Geneseo;
  • Weiss Auctions, Lynbrook.

What Are Some Major Rental Centers In New York?

Call Freedom Heavy Haul to transport your heavy equipment to or from any rental center in New York. United Rentals operates more than 20 equipment rental stores in the state. Sunbelt Rentals has about 10 locations in New York.

Durante Rentals has six locations in or near New York City. Other independent equipment rental centers in New York include:

  • A1 Tool Rental, Brooklyn;
  • Big Sasco Tool & Equipment Rentals, Brooklyn;
  • Blakley Equipment, Mt. Vernon;
  • Bobcat of New York, Maspeth;
  • T. Rentals, Brooklyn;
  • O. Penn Machinery, Bronx;
  • Hoffman Equipment, Bronx;
  • Island Equipment, Staten Island.

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Trust Freedom Heavy Haul to transport your construction equipment, farm equipment and heavy machinery safely to its next workstation. We specialize in helping you choose the right trailer to fit your requirements. Our agents will work to understand your needs and recommend the right trailer for the job.

Regardless of the type of equipment that you need shipped, our heavy-haul carriers can handle it. Freedom Heavy Haul will get you set up with a turnkey transport service. Even if you need oversize transport or disaster recovery. We have logistics experts standing by ready to help you execute a professional plan to transport your valuable heavy equipment.

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