The second of four of the heaviest loads to ever travel on California roads will begin an 800-mile journey in San Diego County this weekend.

A 399-foot, 1.611 million-pound trailer will depart from San Onofre, CA carrying an expired steamed generator destined for Clive, UT.

WCS Permits obtained over 20 highway permits to move the load and worked closely with Perkins Specialized Transportation who constructed the trailer for the generator, and WCS’ sister company Right of Way Inc., who is providing Southern California traffic control for the load.

In July, the first expired generator was moved successfully from San Onofre to Clive over a three-week period as the load primarily travels at night on surface streets