Michigan To New Mexico Heavy Haulers Equipment Transport Service

Freedom Heavy Haul has experience with Michigan to New Mexico heavy equipment hauling. Trust us to provide you with all the information you need to make your Michigan to New Mexico transport decisions. It’s important that your heavy equipment haul transport is successful. Our knowledgeable heavy-haul agents have year of experience with arranging heavy equipment transports. We can make your experience hassle free. Our logistics professionals will give you peace of mind.

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. Your agent is reliable, trustworthy and hard working. Call Freedom Heavy Haul to get your heavy equipment delivered with no hassles and on time!

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What Are Michigan's Major Cities And Roadways?

Michigan is more than 450 miles long and nearly 400 miles wide. When you include the Upper Peninsula, Michigan is the 11th largest state in the country. The state has more than 120,000 miles of roadways, including 1,200 miles of interstate highways. In Michigan, I-75 goes north/south from Sault St. Marie on the Canadian border to Detroit. I-69 runs diagonally north/south from Lake Superior to the Indiana border. I-96 travels east/west from Muskegon to Detroit. I-94 also runs east/west in the lower portion of the state, from St. Joseph to Detroit. Except for a short stretch of I-75, there are no interstate highways in the Upper Peninsula.

Michigan is the 10th most populous state in the nation. Nearly 10 million people live in the state. With more than 600,000 people, Detroit remains the largest city by population in Michigan. Grand Rapids, the second largest city in the state, was the fastest growing city in the state in 2017. The 10 largest cities in Michigan are:

  1. Detroit;
  2. Grand Rapids;
  3. Warren;
  4. Sterling Heights;
  5. Ann Arbor;
  6. Lansing;
  7. Flint;
  8. Dearborn;
  9. Livonia;
  10. Westland.

What Are The Height Weight & Width Restrictions In Michigan?

If your heavy equipment shipment exceeds the dimensional limits established in Michigan, you’ll need to apply for oversize shipping permits to travel in the state. Oversize permits can take as long as 10 days to process. Frost and thaw regulations that restrict travel on icy roads run from February through April.

The dimensional restrictions in the state of Michigan include:

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

Maximum height: 13 feet 6 inches;

Maximum width: 8 feet 6 inches.

What Are Michigan's Length Restrictions?

Michigan is one of the northern states that permits dual trailers, which can be as long as 75 feet. The maximum length for trailers, 65 feet, is longer than most states permit. On non-designated roadways, the maximum trailer length is 50 feet. The state allows a 3-foot overhang on the front bumper and a 4-foot overhang on the rear bumper, which is part of the overall length calculations. Travel trailers are restricted to 28 feet 6 inches.

Trailer length maximums in Michigan include:

Total length: 75 feet;

Trailer length: 65 feet;

Motor home length: 45 feet.

What Are The Oversized Transport Permits In Michigan?

Permits to ship oversize loads on Michigan roadways are available from the state Department of Transportation. During weekdays, oversize transport is restricted to ½-hour before sunrise until ½-hour after sunset. On weekends, only shipments less than feet long, feet high and feet wide are allowed to travel. Motor homes longer than 105 feet are considered Super Loads.

The maximum dimensions allowed for an oversize load in Michigan include:

Maximum Weight: 150,000 pounds or more requires bridge study;

Maximum Length: 150 feet total;

Maximum Height: 15 feet;

Maximum Width: 16 feet.

What Are Michigan's Major Auction Houses?

Call Freedom Heavy Haul to ship your heavy equipment to or from any auction house in Michigan. Ritchie Brothers, the largest equipment auction house in the country, runs four locations in Michigan. National competitor J.J. Kane maintains an office in Charlotte.

Repocast has three locations in Michigan. Other major equipment auction houses in Michigan include:

  • Art Smith Auctioneers, Cedar Springs;
  • Assets Now, Ferndale;
  • Big Bear Auction, Eau Claire;
  • Brian Hasty Auction, Tekonsha;
  • Miedema Auctioneering, Wayland;
  • RJ Montgomery, Plymouth;
  • Rowley’s Auction Services; Attica
  • Vander Kolk Auction, Dorr.

What Are Some Major Rental Centers In Michigan?

Trust Freedom Heavy Haul to haul your pieces of heavy equipment to or from any rental-center location in Michigan. Sunbelt Rentals operates seven equipment-rental locations in the state, including a Power and Pump dealer in Shelby Charter Township. United Rentals also has seven locations in Michigan.

AIS Construction Equipment has five rental locations in the state. Other equipment rental centers in Michigan include:

  • Herc Rentals, Erie;
  • Carleton Equipment, Kalamazoo;
  • Cloverdale Equipment, Norton Shores;
  • Fader Equipment, Kalamazoo;
  • Grand Equipment, Huntington;
  • McAllister Rentals, Midland and Traverse City;
  • Southeastern Equipment, Holt;
  • Universal Rent All, Cadillac.

New Mexico Shipping FAQs

Choose Freedom Heavy Haul to haul your heavy equipment between New Mexico and any other state in the union. New Mexico depends upon the extraction of oil, natural gas and minerals to manufacture income. The transportation of heavy mining equipment and heavy oil drilling equipment is important to the continued success of the industry in New Mexico. Although population growth in New Mexico has been stagnant since the turn of the century, the state’s construction industry continues to thrive. Construction is the second-largest contributor (after retail trade) to state tax coffers, contributing more than $5 million each year. The state is dependent upon the efficient transportation of heavy construction equipment to continue its growth. On the agricultural side, diary production and cattle ranching are the leading economic contributors. Though water is a scarce commodity in the New Mexico, farmers in the state also grow hay to feed the animals. Shipping heavy farm equipment remains an important task in New Mexico.

What Are New Mexico's Major Cities And Roadways?

New Mexico is the 5th largest state by area in the country. New Mexico is nearly 370 miles long and more than 340 miles wide. The state maintains almost 150,000 miles or roadway. New Mexico has nearly 1,000 miles of interstate highway divided among three roads. The main east/west interstate in New Mexico is I-40, which runs through Albuquerque while connecting Arizona and Texas. I- 25, the primary north/south highway in the state, runs through Santa Fe and Albuquerque while traveling between Colorado and the border with Mexico. In the southwest corner of the state, I-16 runs east/west to link California with I-25.

New Mexico has the 36th largest population of any state in the country. With more than 550,000 people, Albuquerque is more than four times as large as any other city in New Mexico. Portales, a town outside Clovis, was the fastest growing city in New Mexico in 2017. The 10 largest cities in New Mexico are:

  1. Albuquerque;
  2. Las Cruces;
  3. Rio Rancho;
  4. Enchanted Hills;
  5. Santa Fe;
  6. Roswell;
  7. Farmington;
  8. South Valley;
  9. Clovis;
  10. Hobbs.

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

Heavy equipment shipments that exceed the maximum dimensions established by the state must obtain oversize permits to use the roads in New Mexico. The weight limit for single axels is 21,600 pounds, while tandem axels are permitted to weigh as much as 34,320 pounds.

The dimensional restrictions in the state of New Mexico include:

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

Maximum height: 14 feet;

Maximum width: 8 feet 6 inches.

What Are New Mexico's Length Restrictions?

Overall length restrictions in New Mexico are similar to rules in other southern states. On designated highways, trailers can be as long as 57 feet 6 inches. New Mexico allows a maximum of seven feet of overhang in the rear only.

Trailer length maximums in New Mexico include:

Total length: 65 feet;

Trailer length: 53 feet;

Motor home length: 45 feet.

What Are The Oversized Transport Permits In New Mexico?

Oversize permits to ship heavy equipment in New Mexico are available from the state’s Department of Taxation & Revenue.  Travel with oversize loads is permitted between sunrise and sunset on Monday through Saturday. Oversize shipments are not allowed to travel on Sunday or on major holidays. Permits in New Mexico are valid for three days.

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

Maximum Weight: 150,000 pounds;

Maximum Length:  120 feet total;

Maximum Height: 16 feet;

Maximum Width:   14 feet.

What Are New Mexico's Major Auction Houses?

Ask Freedom Heavy Haul to ship your heavy equipment to or from any auction house in New Mexico. There are no major national auction houses in New Mexico.

The most prominent equipment auction houses in Washington include:

  • Ben Jenkins Auctioneers, Carlsbad;
  • Bentley & Associates, Albuquerque;
  • Bill Johnston Auctioneers, Portales;
  • Neil Agency Auctioneers, Farmington;
  • J&J Auctioneers, Roy;
  • Tumbleweed Equipment, Lemitar.

What Are Some Major Rental Centers In New Mexico?

Call Freedom Heavy Haul to transport your heavy equipment to or from any rental center in New Mexico. United Rentals has nearly 10 locations in the state. Sunbelt Rentals also operates almost 10 stores in New Mexico. 4Rivers Equipment hosts three rental locations in the state. Wagner Equipment also has three rental stores in New Mexico.  Ahern Rentals and Herc Rentals each run a few stores in the state.

Other independent equipment rental centers in New Mexico include:

  • ASCO Equipment, Clovis;
  • Cisco Equipment, Artesia;
  • Ditch Witch of New Mexico, Albuquerque;
  • Golden Equipment, Farmington;
  • Medley Equipment, Carlsbad;
  • Power Equipment, Albuquerque;
  • Roswell Rental, Roswell;
  • Titan Machinery, Albuquerque.

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If you have farm equipment, construction equipment, or heavy machinery that you need transported, We can help you choose the right trailer for your needs Our agents have expert knowledge about flatbed trailers, step-deck trailers and RGN trailers.

If you need it shipped, our heavy haul carriers can take care of you. Regardless of the type of equipment. Disaster recovery? Oversize transport? No problem! Our turnkey transport service will leave you with peace of mind. We have logistics experts standing by ready to help you execute a professional plan to transport your valuable heavy equipment.

We can ship heavy construction equipment. Freedom Heavy Haul has experience shipping bulldozers, excavators, dump trucks, and more! Our dedicated carriers also transport smaller equipment like skid steers and forklifts. No matter what type of equipment you need transported, let Freedom Heavy Haul provide you with a free assessment and free quote. Contact us right away

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