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Get Heavy Haul Shipping to or from Ohio that is both experienced and reliable

Freedom Heavy Haul can help with any sized Heavy Hauling projects to or from the wonderful state of Ohio or anywhere within the USA.

Looking for safe and effective heavy haul shipping to and from Ohio? Freedom Heavy Haul Trucking, Transport Hauling, Shipping and Movers is an industry leader.

Our devices varies from Flat Deck, Step Deck, multi-axle stretch RGN/Lowboy, Perimeter, Beam, Landoll, and much more. We have the experience as well as capability to move any type of extra-large, over-dimensional, or overweight items anywhere in Ohio or within the whole USA.

If you're needing support delivery your construction equipment or heavy machinery to Ohio, think about Freedom Heavy Haul as your leading option to aid.

We've obtained decades of internal experience with Heavy Haul Trucking, delivering a variety of over-dimensional lots around the State of Ohio, and also we only collaborate with the best and also most reliable Heavy Haul carriers when driving.

Whatever the circumstance and also inquiries you have, we have responses as well as the capability to get the job done. We'll function both hard as well as clever to deliver your tools or equipment to any type of place you want!

How it works

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Step 1

Contact us for your heavy haul shipment online or call

Schedule a heavy haul delivery with Freedom Heavy Haul, and you'll be stunned at exactly how simple it is! All you need to do is enter your get in touch with and shipping details into our on-line kind. Or consider that information to among our dedicated transportation representatives over the phone. Just supply your pickup/delivery postal code and the sort of thing you require to be carried with measurements.

We specialize in helping you pick the appropriate trailer to fit your demands. Our agents have professional expertise regarding flatbed trailers, step-deck trailers, and RGN trailers.

Step 2

Based on the measurements, we select the appropriate equipment to match your shipment.

One of our expert Heavy Haul Trucking, Transport Hauling, Shipping as well as Moving coordinators will collaborate with you to arrange a devices pick-up date and also time which works ideal for you. We do our really best to function around your schedule when you deliver your equipment direct with Freedom Heavy Haul!

Depending on the shipment size, we might load the very same day! For larger shipments, we could require a bit more time for trip planning and oversized allowing. For very tons, a course study might be required to figure out the provider's path prior to travel. Whatever is required, we can manage it! One of our professional Heavy Haul organizers will work with you to make sure that we choose the best alternative to obtain your work done as quickly and, most importantly, cost-effectively.

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Your shipment will reach its destination. Our Heavy Hauling carriers will make sure of that.

You can call your heavy haul transporter at any moment throughout your delivery to ask concerns about arrival times and anything else that might be on your mind. Our heavy haul truckers undergo extensive safety and security and procedural training to ensure that your freight is risk-free every action of the way! You or somebody you designate will certainly perform a last delivery evaluation, approve a Bill of Lading, and you're done!

Heavy Hauling is complex, as well as you should only trust a person with the proper understanding as well as experience. Call Freedom Heavy Haul today.

Learn more about the great State of Ohio

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Columbus

878,553 residents

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Cleveland

385,282 residents

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Cincinnati

301,394 residents

What Are Ohio's Major Cities And Roadways?

Measuring 220 miles by 220 miles, Ohio is a near-perfect square. It’s the 34th most populous state, but accounts for more than Ohio has more than 110,000 miles of roadways. The state has more than 4,000 miles of interstate highways, fourth in the nation. The major east/west interstates in Ohio include I-80, which runs across the top of the state, and I-70, which goes through Columbus in the middle of the state. I-77 runs north/south in the eastern part of Ohio, while I-79 goes north/south in the western portion of the state.

With more than 800,000 people, Columbus is the city with the largest population in Ohio. The capital city is almost twice as large as the second-biggest city in the state, Cleveland. Interestingly, Columbus also is the fastest growing city in the state. The 10 largest cities in Ohio are:

  1. Columbus;
  2. Cleveland;
  3. Cincinnati;
  4. Toledo;
  5. Akron;
  6. Dayton;
  7. Parma;
  8. Canton;
  9. Youngstown;
  10. Loraine.

What Are The Height, Weight, & Width Restrictions In Ohio?

Heavy loads that exceed the state’s limits for weight, height, width or length must apply for permits to travel on roads in Ohio. Farm Equipment Permits, which allow unlimited movement of farm machinery between farms and dealers, are available. Width is limited to 14 feet for Farm Equipment permits.

The dimensional restrictions in the state of Ohio include:

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

Maximum height: 13 feet 6 inches;

Maximum width: 8 feet 6 inches.

What Are Ohio's Length Restrictions?

As part of the northeastern transportation corridor, Ohio allows tractor-trailers to be longer than most states. In Ohio, 75-foot combination trailers are permitted to operate. Loads that are more than 90-feet long require escort vehicles. Length restrictions on trailers and motor homes are on par with rules in the rest of the country.

Trailer length maximums in Ohio include:

Total length: 65 feet;

Trailer length: 53 feet;

Motor home length: 45 feet.

What Are The Oversize Transport Permits In Ohio?

Oversize transport permits in Indiana are issued by the Department of Transportation. The shipping of oversize loads is permitted from ½- hour before sunrise to ½-hour after sunset, Monday through Saturday. No oversize transports are allowed on major holidays, including Easter Friday and the entire weekend.

Oversize loads that are 10-feet in width or more, or exceed length limits, require 7-foot wide signs with 18-inch letters posted in the front and back. The maximum allowable limits for oversized loads in Ohio are:

Maximum Weight:  120,000 pounds;

Maximum Length: 160 feet total;

Maximum Height: 14 feet 6 inches;

Maximum Width: 14 feet.

What Are Ohio's Major Auction Houses?

Contact Freedom Heavy Hail to haul your heavy equipment to or from any equipment auction house in Ohio. Ritchie Brothers is located in South Vienna, a suburb of Springfield. Yoder & Frey maintains multiple offices in Ohio. The national firm holds farm-machinery auctions in Archbold. Alex Lyons & Sons also has a location in Delaware.

Other prominent equipment auction houses in Ohio include:

  • Ben Higgins Auctioneers, Marion;
  • Buddy Barton Auction, Beachwood;
  • Chalker’s Auctions, Southington;
  • Cincinnati Industrial Auctions, Cincinnati;
  • Dunn Deal Auctions, Stoutsville;
  • Myron Bowling Auctions, Fairfield;
  • Thompson Auctioneers, Fairborn;
  • Tri Green Interstate Equipment, London.

What Are Some Major Rental Centers In Ohio?

Talk to Freedom Heavy Haul about shipping your heavy equipment to or from any equipment rental center in Ohio. National leader United Rentals maintains around 10 rental locations in Ohio, including a trench-safety office in Fairfield. Nationwide competitor Sunbelt Rentals, which has locations inside Lowe’s stores, has nearly a dozen offices in Ohio.   

Ohio CAT Rentals operates nearly a half dozen offices in Ohio. Southeastern Equipment also runs a handful of equipment rental stores it the state. Other major equipment rental centers in Ohio include:

  • American Rental Center, Akron;
  • Construction Equipment and Supplies, Sandusky;
  • Goss Rental Center, Zanesville;
  • Hamilton Rental Center, Hamilton;
  • Madison Rental Center, Madison;
  • Saving Rental Center, Logan.
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