Hotshot Flat Bed

Are you an owner operator looking to haul Hot Shot loads?

If you need help in finding truck loads for your Hotshot truck and ready-to-play PTL which gets you more money than FTL, connect with us.

We take full responsibility of the truck dispatch services, including insurance and liability, roadside assistance, rigorously screening our carriers for fast performance and other critical factors.

If you are new to this industry or looking to start a trucking business, you should be fully aware of the vehicles you operate and the kind of loads you haul. Hauling Hot shot loads entails transporting smaller quantities of freight using a flatbed hotshot trailer and a “medium-duty” pickup truck. In many instances, hot shot trucking provides a time — and budget-friendly — solution for shippers that would alternatively send their freight via less-than-truckload (LTL) or partial-truckload (PTL) services.

Hot Shot Load Weight & Trailer Sizes

Hotshot trailers come in varying sizes. Most hot shot trailers today range between 30 and 40 feet in length. Also. Shorter versions like 20 ft and 24ft are available too. When it comes to Hot Shot load weight capacity, a 40-foot Hotshot trailer isn’t suited to haul any freight that weighs greater than 16,500 pounds.

Let’s talk about the most popular three kinds of hot shot trailers:

Gooseneck Hot Shot Trailers

Gooseneck hot shots —  today’s most popular type of hot shot trailers on the roads today measures 40 feet long.  These trailers — are known for the rigid stability of their goosenecks and are an excellent solution for shippers who need to transport larger hot shot freight.

Dovetail Hot Shot Trailers

Dovetail trailers are an incredibly useful tool for hauling self-propelled equipment such as light tractors and construction machinery. If you’re a shipper that needs to move smaller equipment and want to avoid the hassle of booking an FTL flatbed, give dovetail hot shots a try.

Bumper Pull Hot Shot Trailers

Because they’re typically shorter, easier to employ, and less expensive to purchase, bumper pull trailers are the most common type of hot shot trailer you’ll see on the roads.

The fact that these trailers can’t haul anything more than 10,000 pounds makes it easier for less experienced drivers, that don’t necessarily possess a CDL, to get into hot shot trucking with a class three pickup truck.

Types of Loading Ramps

Heavy duty loading ramps, Light loading ramps, Motorcycle loading ramps, Car loading ramps, Aluminum trailer ramps, Folding loading ramps and Truck ramps

Common Hauls for Hot Shot Trucks:

Typically hot shot truckers will haul construction materials, heavy equipment, machinery, or farm materials. Hauls can be anywhere from 50 miles away to across the country.

With our extensive industry knowledge and skilled team, you can completely focus on your core interests whereas leaving the tiring and complex moving process to us.

 We stand with you:-From assisting you 24*7 to tracking customer complaints and late arrivals.

And most importantly help you gain a marvellous experience while driving and delivering with us. 

Eagle Enterprise help in having a safe and convent journey with additional features like:-

We make track of your expenses and revenue to give you the exact picture of profit NET PROFIT. You should keep a track of every Load’s payments, compensations, and additions.  

Should alter your expenses and increase you are your revenue, which will help you grow and expand.

Management Information Systems (MIS) will help you to keep track of your expenditures and accordingly increase your revenue.

Fuel card provider:
Fuel is one of the important aspects to take care of, its prices and availability are very important while you are on road, it will easier when you have a fuel card service because it will help you skip the long queues and also help you find the nearest fuel stations near you.

  GPS tracking system:
This system is important as per DOT guidelines because it helps you to track your truck and also helps maintain the logs automatically so that you can track the exact ETA and also maintain your duty logs without hampering yourself.

This department will make sure that your company and Trucks will always be under rules and regulations as DOT and US guidelines.
And many more….