Does my LTL (less-than-truckload) shipment travel on the same truck that picks it up?

Does my LTL (less-than-truckload) shipment travel on the same truck that picks it up?

If you're shipping LTL, you may wonder if your shipment will travel on the same truck that picks it up. The answer is that it depends on the carrier and their network.

At Moto, we operate asset-based lanes, which means that your shipment will be picked up by a local driver and transferred to our 53' Dry Van line haul trailer. From there, it will be transported on the same truck to its final local delivery terminal and from there to the destination. This means that your shipment will not be transferred unnecessarily during the line haul, providing greater security and reducing the risk of damage or loss.

However, if your shipment is moving with one of our partners, it may be transferred several times at terminals along the way. While this can increase the risk of damage or loss, we work with trusted partners to ensure that your shipment is handled with care at every stage of its journey.

At Moto, we understand the importance of reliable and secure LTL shipping. That's why we offer a variety of options to meet your specific needs, from our asset-based lanes to our network of trusted partners. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you streamline your logistics and get your LTL shipments where they need to go, safely and on time.

Does my FTL (full truckload) shipment travel on the same truck that it picks up?

FTL (full truckload) shipments are not transferred between trucks during their journey. At Moto, we ensure that your FTL shipment stays on the same truck from pick-up to delivery, providing greater security and reducing the risk of damage or loss. Whether you need a dedicated truck or a spot market solution, our team is here to help you find the right FTL option for your specific needs. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you streamline your logistics.

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