Wyoming To Minnesota Heavy Haulers Equipment Transport Service

Do you need to ship your heavy equipment from Wyoming to Minnesota? Freedom Heavy Haul can help. Shipping heavy equipment from Wyoming to Minnesota can be a complex process. Let us get you the information you need. 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. Our logistics professionals can put a hassle free hauling experience within reach.

The key to success is 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. When you need your heavy equipment delivered on-time with no hassles, call Freedom Heavy Haul.

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Wyoming Shipping FAQs

Choose Freedom Heavy Haul to haul your heavy equipment between Wyoming and any other state in the union. Wyoming specializes in producing livestock. Nearly 80% of the state’s agriculture is devoted to growing beef cattle, calves, hogs, sheep and lamb. To feed all those animals, the state is a leading producer of hay. Wyoming also farms sugar beets, barley and dry beans. With all that farming, there’s a large need for heavy farm equipment transportation in Wyoming. Mining is more important to the economy of Wyoming than any other state in the nation. The state is the top coal producer in the country, and it’s a leader in petroleum and natural gas. Wyoming also is a national leader in the production of soda ash and bentonite clay. The state requires plenty of transportation for heavy equipment used in mining, oil rigging and commodities extraction.

What Are Wyoming's Major Cities And Roadways?

Wyoming is the 10th biggest state in the country by square miles. Wyoming is about 360 miles long and nearly 280 miles wide. Even so, the state only operates about 60,000 miles of roadway. With only three interstates, the interstate system in Wyoming still covers about 900 miles. I-80 runs the length of the state close to its southern border, going through Cheyenne as it connects Nebraska and Utah. Running north/south, I-25 links Montana with Colorado. In the northeast portion of the state, I-90 runs east/west between I-80 and the border with South Dakota.

Wyoming is the least populous state in the country, with less than 600,000 residents. The two most populous cities in the state, Cheyenne and Casper have around 60,000 people each. Gillette, where the state’s energy boom is centered, was the fastest growing city in Wyoming in 2017. The 10 largest cities in Wyoming are:

  1. Cheyenne;
  2. Casper;
  3. Laramie;
  4. Gillette;
  5. Rock Springs;
  6. Sheridan;
  7. Riverton;
  8. Cody.

What Are The Height Weight & Width Restrictions In Wyoming?

Heavy equipment shipments that exceed the maximum dimensions established by the state must obtain oversize permits to use the roads in Wyoming. The maximum weight for single axels is 20,000 pounds, while the largest weight a tandem axel can carry is 36,000 pounds.

The dimensional restrictions in the state of Wyoming include:

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

Maximum height: 14 feet;

Maximum width: 8 feet 6 inches.

What Are Wyoming's Length Restrictions?

Overall length restrictions in Wyoming are similar to rules in other southern states. Many states restrict trailer length to 53 feet or less.

Trailer length maximums in Wyoming include:

Total length: 70 feet;

Trailer length: 60 feet;

Motor home length: 45 feet.

What Are The Oversized Transport Permits In Wyoming?

Wyoming state permits to ship oversize loads are available from the Department of Transportation. The transport of oversize shipments is permitted from ½-hour before sunrise until ½-hour after sunset on each day of the week. Unlike most states, Wyoming permits oversize loads to travel on major holidays. Oversize permits are valid for only one day.

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

Maximum Weight: 120.000 pounds;

Maximum Length: 110 feet total;

Maximum Height: 17 feet;

Maximum Width: 18 feet.

What Are Wyoming's Major Auction Houses?

Ask Freedom Heavy Haul to ship your heavy equipment to or from any auction house in Wyoming. Ritchie Brothers has a location in Gillette.

The most prominent equipment auction houses in Wyoming include:

  • Brannian Auctions, Buffalo;
  • Biesheuvel Auction, Gillette;
  • High Altitude Auction, Cheyenne;
  • McNamee Brothers Auctions, Torrington;
  • Nash Gary Auctions, Worland;
  • Musser Brothers, Cody;
  • VRK Auctions, Green River;
  • Wild West Auctions, Alpine.

What Are Some Major Rental Centers In Wyoming?

Call Freedom Heavy Haul to transport your heavy equipment to or from any rental center in Wyoming. National rental leader United Rentals has more than 5 locations in the state. Sunbelt Rentals, the second largest rental store chain in the country, also operates a store in Wyoming. Wyoming Rents has more than a dozen rental stores in the state.

Other independent equipment rental centers in Wyoming include:

  • Bobcat of Casper, Casper;
  • Honnen Equipment, Casper;
  • Jack’s Truck & Equipment, Gillette;
  • Power Equipment, Casper;
  • Specialty Took & Attachment, Worland;
  • The CAT Rental Store, Jackson;
  • Tractor & Equipment, Worland;
  • Woodward Tractor, Cody.

Minnesota Shipping FAQs

Let Freedom Heavy Haul to transport your heavy equipment between Minnesota and any other state in the union. With more than 73,000 farms, Minnesota is one of the ten biggest farming states in the country. Minnesota ranks first in the production of peas, kidney beans, sweet corn and sugar beets. The state also raises the most turkeys in the nation. With all that farming going on, there’s a great need for transporting large agricultural equipment within the state. On the construction side, Minneapolis set a record in 2017 with more than $1 billion in building permits issued. Even though the city has decreased in population since 1950, the boom in rental apartment construction has continued. There is plenty of opportunity for shipping heavy equipment to construction sites in Minnesota. Minnesota has three ports, two on the Mississippi River and one on Lake Superior:

  • Port of Duluth;
  • Port of Minneapolis;
  • Port of St. Paul.

What Are Minnesota's Major Cities And Roadways?

Minnesota is the 12th largest state in the country by area. The state is nearly 600 miles ling and almost 350 miles wide. Minnesota has more than 130,000 miles of streets and highways, near the most in the nation. The state operates more than 900 miles of interstate highway. I-90 traverses the southern portion of the state on an east/west path. I-94 runs diagonally from the Iowa border in the northwest to Minneapolis-St. Paul in the southeast. I-35 runs north/south through Minneapolis-St. Paul in the eastern part of the state, between Duluth and the Wisconsin border.

With more nearly 700,000 people, the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul have a larger population than the rest of the top 10 cities in the state. Maple Grove, home to one of the largest shopping malls in the country, was the fastest growing city in the state in 2017. The 10 largest cities in Minnesota are:

  1. Minneapolis;
  2. Paul;
  3. Rochester;
  4. Bloomington;
  5. Duluth;
  6. Brooklyn Park;
  7. Plymouth;
  8. Maple Grove;
  9. Woodbury;
  10. Eagan.

What Are The Height Weight & Width Restrictions In Minnesota?

Heavy equipment transports that exceed the dimensional limits in Minnesota must apply for oversize permits to travel on roads in the state. The basic dimensional restrictions in Minnesota are similar to those in most states. The state has Frost Laws that restrict the movement of oversize loads during periods of snow and ice.

The dimensional restrictions in the state of Minnesota include:

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

Maximum height: 13 feet 6 inches;

Maximum width: 8 feet 6 inches.

What Are Minnesota's Length Restrictions?

Rules regarding the length of tractor trailers and recreational vehicles are less restrictive in Minnesota than in most states of the nation. Most states restrict overall length to less than 70 feet. You’re allowed three feet of overhang in the front and four feet of overhang in the rear. RV combos are limited to 70 feet.

Trailer length maximums in Minnesota include:

Total length: 75 feet;

Trailer length: 53 feet;

Motor home length: 45 feet.

What Are The Oversized Transport Permits In Minnesota?

Permits to transport non-divisible, oversize loads in Minnesota are available from the Department of Transportation. As long as your load is less than 110-feet long, 16-feet long and 14-feet 6 inches wide, you can transport your oversize load on any day of the week. Travel is allowed between 2 a.m. until 10 p.m. Holiday weekends are restricted between 2 p.m. the day for the until 2 p.m. the day after.

Loads that exceed oversize limits must apply for Super Load permits. The maximum measurements of oversize loads in Minnesota are:

Maximum Weight: 150,000 pounds;

Maximum Length: 130 feet total;

Maximum Height: over 15 feet 6 inches requires a route survey;

Maximum Width: 16 feet.

What Are Minnesota's Major Auction Houses?

Trust Freedom Heavy Haul to haul your heavy equipment to or from any auction house in Minnesota. National heavy-equipment auction leader Ritchie Brothers has offices in Medford and Blooming Prairie. Local auctioneer Wayne Pike Auction has offices in Princeton.

Other equipment auction houses in Minnesota include:

  • Auctionblock, Audobon;
  • Heidelberger Farm Equipment, Pine City;
  • R.A.Y., Foley;
  • Loretto Equipment, Loretto;
  • Maring Auction, Kenyon;
  • Midwest Equipment, St. Charles;
  • Pfifer’s Auction, Moorehead;
  • Steffes Group, Litchfield.

What Are Some Major Rental Centers In Minnesota?

Speak with Freedom Heavy Haul about shipping your heavy equipment to or from any rental center in Minnesota. United Rentals has eight locations in the state. There are no Sunbelt Rentals in Minnesota. RDO Equipment operates at 10 locations throughout the state. There are two General Rental Centers in Minnesota, including one in St. Paul.

Other equipment rental centers in Minnesota include:

  • All Rental, Rice;
  • Aitkin Rental, Aitkin;
  • A-Z Rental Center, Eden Prairie;
  • Cook Building, Cook;
  • Clearwater Rental, Clearwater;
  • Lano Equipment, Loretto;
  • London Road Rental Center, Duluth;
  • Oakdale Rental Center, Oakdale.

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

Our heavy-haul carriers can handle any type of equipment you need shipped. Disaster recovery? Oversize transport? No problem! Our turnkey transport service will leave you with peace of mind. Let our logistics professionals plan and execute the transport of your valuable heavy equipment.

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