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The Logistics Industry's One Stop Shop

Wide Load Shipping is much more than just an equipment transport site. 

Trucking Permits, Regulations, and more.

While we do provide top quality transport for oversize loads, super loads, and more, we also offer resources to educate you on heavy equipment transport.


We acquire permits for all oversize load and super load transports, plus you can find out why permits are needed in our resource section. 

Knowledge Base

Here, you’ll find in depth information about oversize load transport. Everything from the basics of super load shipping to the need for pilot cars.

Wide Load Shipping

Wide Load Shipping provides all oversize transport services. We ship all across the United States and overseas. Find out how we can help now!

Getting Started On Your Wide Load Transport

Everything you need to ship an oversize load is right here. If you need to transport an oversize load, you can request an online quote through our form, speak with a representative on chat, or call to speak with one of our expert shipping agents.

If you’re not familiar with oversize load shipping or heavy equipment transport, you can check out our Free Resource Database. We’ve compiled the most frequently asked questions about transportation and shipping. You’ll also find information about shipping regulations, which are broken down by state. 

Oversize load regulations vary from state to state and it’s important to know what you need to legally transport, or else hefty fines can be implemented. For more information, find your topic below, or reach out to us today! (877) 792-5056

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Our Services Breakdown

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Our Process


Get Started

Your dedicated transport agent provides you with an all-inclusive quote tailored to fit your needs. We pull the permits, handle route surveys, find the best driver, and more.


Driver Dispatch

Once everything is in place, a driver is dispatched to pick up your heavy equipment. Your equipment is safely loaded and secured before setting off.


24/7 Dedicated Support

Your dedicated agent is available throughout the entire journey to answer any questions you may have. Your oversize load is delivered safely and on time. Get your transport quote now!

Why Work With Us?

Wide Load Shipping is the number one resource site for all things oversize load transport. Plus, we have over twelve years of experience shipping and transporting heavy equipment. We’re the industry experts and we’re ready to ship your oversize load today.

Free Resources

Wide Load Shipping has a vast library of resources and guides to educate on all things oversize load and super load transport.

Route Surveys

Wide Load Shipping has a team to provide route surveys, ensuring your oversize load is transported safely.

Oversize Load Regulations by State

Wide Load Shipping has over twelve years of experience, and we’ve listed the regulations you need to know for transporting oversize loads in each state.

Dedicated Transport Agent

At Wide Load Shipping you work with a dedicated transport agent who will guide you through every step of the shipping process.

All-Inclusive Shipping Quotes

Wide Load Shipping provides you with a quote that includes everything you need, whether it be loading assistance, pilot cars, or other amenities for transport. No hidden fees!

Every Step Handled For You

Wide Load Shipping simplifies oversize load transport. We handle every aspect of transport, from the initial dispatch to final delivery. Find out more now!

“The team at Wide Load Shipping has been nothing short of incredible when transporting our construction vehicle fleet.”

Gerald H.
Inventory Manager

Frequently Asked
Wide Load Questions

Yes. You must have an oversize load permit for every state your equipment travels through, so sometimes, this means pulling multiple permits.

A super load is any freight that exceeds standard oversize load dimensions. This is usually any equipment over 16 feet wide, 160 feet long, 16 feet tall, and exceeds 200,000 pounds.

This may vary by state, but generally pilot cars are necessary when a load is more than 12 feet wide, 14.5 feet high, or more than 90-100 feet in length.

The cost to ship an oversize load varies based on several factors such as: dimensions, weight, distance to travel, and more.

There are several types of trailers to ship oversize loads. The best trailer depends on the type of equipment. Trailer types include: flatbeds, removable gooseneck trailers, lowboy trailers, and more.