Equipment Haulers require several different permits, depending on their cargo and how long they will travel. These permits allow them to travel for several days, several trips, and carry heavier cargo. While not all these permits are universal, they do exist for several types of equipment haulers and heavy equipment transportation vehicles.
Permits Required for Equipment Haulers
1. Single Trip
This permit allows the transportation of equipment to one specific point. Any movement should be between two specific points and through confirmed routes.
2. Round Trip
This permit for a trip includes a return to the point of origin during a 5-day period. Mostly used to transport equipment from and back to a single point of origin.
Shipping goods, especially through heavy haul companies, can be an expensive endeavor. It’s also the area where many people are looking to cut corners. Sadly, this is why people might feel like they can curb unnecessary expenses, such as skipping on the shipment insurance.
There’s also a misconception that if they are working with flatbed heavy haul companies, they may not have to pay for the extra shipment. However, what they don’t realize is that shipment insurance is not just the responsibility of the shipping company.
The business can also benefit from getting the shipping insurance as well. If you are not sure about getting shipping insurance, the following highlights some key benefits that businesses stand to gain from this method:
When it comes to safety in the heavy haul trucking industry, things can often look bleak. Heavy haul transportation services are one of the most important services required by businesses and individuals alike. But this adventurous job is also one of the riskiest jobs as driving a giant flatbed carrierfor hours each day, coupled with hectic schedules and various other factors is surely not an easy task.
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