Peterson Lowbed Service Atascadero
Peterson Lowbed Service Atascadero
Contact
(805) 466 3806

dwight.peterson@charter.net

Welcome to Peterson Lowbed Service

Peterson Lowbed Service Atascadero

Dwight Peterson hauling the Jennifer Street Bridge, San Luis Obispo circa 1990.

Specializing in Oversize, Heavy, and Legal Load Hauling

Established in 1980, Peterson Lowbed Services is the premier hauling service on California’s Central Coast and the surrounding areas. He and his staff of well-trained drivers have hauled a multitude of equipment and continue to do so in a safe and professional manner. Check out our gallery for a full range of our hauling capabilities.

Equipment

9 Axle Lowbed
7 Axle Lowbed
5 Axle Lowbed
Stretch-deck Trailer
Air-ride Flatbed
Air-ride Tank Trailer

Customer Testimonials

Gary Camack
General Manger SA Recycling
I have personally worked with Dwight Peterson, owner of Peterson Lowbed Service, for over 40 years. He has helped me to complete many projects ranging from lifting and moving various pieces of heavy oil field equipment/vessels on and off locations sites, loading and moving train cars, and boats from one place to another with great success and zero incidents. He is always paying close attention to safety. 
 
In the past 8 years Dwight and I have worked together on many projects requiring the use of Dwight’s irreplaceable experience and knowledge of disassembly planning and logistics. These projects included the disassembling and moving of some very, large space industry materials from Vandenberg Air force Base. Dwight Peterson is an asset to our business. Our project run much smoother because of his willingness to work collaboratively and provides outstanding service.
Gregg Hibbits
General Manager , Mesa Vineyard Management, Inc.
Dwight Peterson Lowbed Service has been the chosen equipment hauler for Mesa Vineyard Management for over 20 years.  From short local jobs to out of state hauls, their timeliness and professionalism has been a key to our long term business relationship.

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