If you've spent some time driving on U.S. highways, then you’ll be familiar with the sight of large flatbed tractor-trailers with what appears to be full-sized oversize objects or structures on the trailer beds. There will be signs all over the load declaring that it’s an oversize load, and sometimes a smaller car with a minuscule, yellow warning light to ensure nobody gets too close.
These measures are put in place to guard against roadside accidents due to heavy haul and oversize load. Unlike your regular tow services, heavy haul requires specialty equipment as well as loads of experience. So if you are planning to hire the services of a heavy haul company, make sure to ask the right questions to avoid any type of liability in case of damage due to accidents.
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