A commercial truck route is the route of consecutive roads that a commercial truck - such as semi trucks, dump trucks, etc. - drives to get from a given origin to a final destination. These routes are used for the transport of freight between specific locations.
Commercial truck routes can be affected by many different factors. Bridge height restrictions, distance, fuel prices and freight weight are all examples of details taken into account when determining a truck's ideal route. Many of these routes are determined for drivers using third party sources to plan the trip, such as the services offered on TruckMiles.com and IntelliRoute.