What is considered an abnormal load?
Abnormal loads are shipments that cannot be transported with vehicles used for standard or regular freight deliveries because of the excess dimensions and/or weight. Consequently, the transport of abnormal loads requires special handling equipment and special vehicles for transport. Some examples of abnormal loads are:
- Drilling rigs,
- Light aircraft,
- Wind turbines,
- Luxury yachts,
- Factory machinery,
- Power transformers, and others.