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- How Heavy Haul works from New Jersey to Colorado
- Heavy Haulers from New Jersey to Colorado
- About We Will Transport It
- The Route between New Jersey and Colorado
- Below are some examples of prices to ship heavy equipment from New Jersey to Colorado:
- The most popular trailers we use:
- Heavy Haul job completed from New Jersey to Colorado
How Heavy Haul works from New Jersey to Colorado
About We Will Transport It
Do you need your heavy equipment shipped from New Jersey to Colorado? We Will Transport It is the company to do the job for you. We have over a decade of experience in heavy hauling. We Will Transport It specializes in heavy equipment hauling in all 50 states. We have a trailer for every equipment size and a team of experts ready to move your unit. Whether you are shipping a full or partial load or even an oversize load, our knowledgeable representatives will handle every detail and keep you informed throughout the process.
The Route between New Jersey and Colorado
The route from New Jersey to Colorado runs straight west via I-80 West. From New Jersey, your equipment will pass through Pennsylvania, then Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, and Nebraska before entering Colorado. The distance from the center of New Jersey to the center of Colorado is 1,874 miles. The trip will take roughly three days. The price to ship your heavy equipment or machinery will be based on the number of miles your unit is going and the size and weight of the unit.
Below are some examples of prices to ship heavy equipment from New Jersey to Colorado:
|From To||Shipping Quote||Miles|
|Woodbridge, New Jersey 07095 to Brighton, Colorado 80601||$2,500||1,764 miles|
|Tenafly, New Jersey 07670 to Vail, Colorado 81657||$2,625||1,883 miles|
|Randolph, New Jersey 07869 to Denver, Colorado 80216||$2,475||1,737 miles|
|Annandale, New Jersey 08801 to Colorado Springs, Colorado 80910||$2,450||1,721 miles|
* Prices shown above are from previous jobs we completed in 2023; they fluctuate depending on diesel and the time of the year.
The most popular trailers we use:
- Two 24 or 28 flatebed
- Car carrier
- Beam Trailer
- Boat hauling Trailer
- Container Trailer
- Double drop
- Double Drop extended
- Dump Trucks
- Flatbed “Air Ride”
- FEXT ” Stretch Trailers or Extendable Flatbeds or Extendable Flatbeds
- FO- Flatbed over-Dimension Loads
- FRV- Flatbed, Van or Reefer
- FSDV- Flatbed, Step Deck or Van
- HS- Hotshot Trailer
- HTU- Haul and Tow Unit
- LAF- Landoll Flatbed
- LB- Lowboy
- LBO- Lowboy over dimension Loads
- MBHM- Mobile homes
- PO- Power Only
- RGN- Removable Gooseneck & Multi Axle Heavy Haulers
- Roll- Roll Top Conestoga
- SD- Stepdeck
- SDE – Stepdeck Extendable
- SDO- Step deck over Dimensions loads
- SPV- Cargo, small, sprinter Van
- VIVR- Venter insulated van or Refrigerated
- VLG- Van with Liftgate
- VRDD- Van, Reefer or Double drop
Is there an oversize load limit in New Jersey in 2023?
In New Jersey, you must obtain a shipping permit for loads weighing and measuring more than the following. The length of the vessel is 63 feet. The vehicle weighs 80,000 pounds with a GVW of 80,000 pounds. A width of 8′ 6″ is required.
What is the NJ oversize load limit?
On each axle, a maximum weight of 800 pounds is allowed per inch of tire width. An axle with four 10-inch tires can support a maximum of 32,000 pounds; an axle with four 11-inch tires can support 35,500 pounds. DOT clearance is required for GVWs exceeding 150,000.
Is there a fine for overweight trucks in New Jersey?
According to 39:3-20, a driver can be fined $500 for the first 1,000 pounds overweight. If your weight increases by 1,000 pounds, the fine will increase by $100.
How wide is the widest oversize load?
Generally, the maximum legal load width is 8.5 feet (102 inches), and the maximum load height is also 102 inches. It is generally legal to have a length of 48 to 53 feet and a maximum weight of 46,000 pounds. While some trucks can scale heavier than 46,000 pounds, the standard is usually 46,000 pounds.
Heavy Haul job completed from New Jersey to Colorado
A customer called for a 2003 Deere 410G 4×4 Backhoe Loader hauled from Trenton, NJ 08505, to Westminster, CO 80036. This was considered a partial load, like half the trailer for a carrier. We dispatched the driver once we found a driver with something else on their trailer going in that direction. It took four days for the carrier to deliver, and the total price they accepted the job at was three dollars a mile. A broker to negotiate with the carriers will always get you the best price.