Removable Gooseneck Trailers
Removable gooseneck trailers (RGN trailers) offer low ground clearance and multiple axle configurations, which means we can use them to haul taller and heavier loads.
A double drop gets its name from the drop in the front of the trailer and the second drop in the rear of the trailer. The dips allow for a very low deck height, which means you can legally take higher loads than you would with a standard flatbed. Our transportation company often utilizes these trailers to haul large construction equipment.
Hydraulic Dovetail Trailers
With a hydraulic dovetail trailer, getting your heavy equipment loaded up onto the deck is easy. The dovetail also gives you bed extension for additional hauling capacity.
Standard And Extendable Flatbed Trailers
Standard flatbed trailers are a key piece of our hauling companies equipment. Our top-notch flatbed services ensure safe and legal transport on flatbeds of varying sizes, including standard and expandable flatbed trailers. Learn more about our flatbed services.
If your load is too tall for a standard flatbed, a step-deck trailer can be used. They are named after the second lower deck that begins just past the rear of the trailer. It is also called a drop-deck trailer.
We are a full service hauling company, and that includes pilot cares that help safely transport superloads and oversized hauls. Pilot vehicles are crucial to the safety of our drivers, people on the road, and your load. As a national hauling company, we know the laws regarding pilot cars in each state. These laws can vary greatly, and your hauling company should meet and exceed those legal requirements.