WYOMING HEAVY HAUL TRANPSORT
Are you a carrier or transport company looking for oversize, overweight, or specialized loads in Wyoming? FR8Star makes it easy to find loads that match your expertise. Whether you specialize in heavy equipment, vehicle, or container transport, or offer hot shot trucking, drive away service, FR8Star will help you find loads in Wyoming and across the United States. Click one of the buttons below to view a load board or get more information.
DOT & WYOMING STATE WEIGHT LIMITS
80,000 lbs on the Interstate System
Other State Provisions & Exemptions
- Wyoming allows for GVWs up to 117,000 lbs on specific routes and certain sections of the Interstate System.
- Tridem axle weight limit is 42,000 lbs.
- Weight should not exceed 750 lbs per inch width of tire on the wheel of a steering axle or 600 lbs per inch width of tire on other axle types.
- Vehicles with idle reduction technology are permitted axle, vehicle, or bridge formula weights of up to 400 lbs. over the limit.
The information provided here is not comprehensive and may not reflect the most recent state limits. Additional codes, regulations, and exemptions may apply. Please visit the Wyoming DOT website for current information.
Heavy Haul Loads in Wyoming
To find heavy haul loads near you, visit the FR8Star Load Board and fine-tune the results using the Filters menu on the left. To find loads going to or from Wyoming, for example, click Location By State/Country and select Wyoming in the From: State or To: State fields. You can also find loads near a specific city, state, or ZIP code, use the Location By Radius option.
Loads Transported in Wyoming With FR8Star
Ford E350 XL SD
From: Douglas, WY 82633
To: Cedar City, UT 84720-3699
John Deere 3039R
From: Riverton, WY 82501
To: Sacramento, CA 95814
Dimensions: 17’7″ L x 6’0″ W x 7’1″ H
Weight: 3,569 lbs
From: Lavergne, TN 37086
To: Casper, WY 82604
Dimensions: 14’7″ L x 6’11” W x 6’11” H
Weight: 11,001 lbs
Find Heavy Haul Loads in Other States
FR8Star has you covered with oversize, overweight, and specialized loads in all 50 states. Click here to find your state.