Having a vehicle shipped is an in-depth process and some research beforehand is necessary. Below we’ll cover a few of our most asked-about topics.
How long will it take to ship my car?
There are several factors that can affect how long it takes to ship a car. Things such as weather, traffic, and any number of unforeseen occurrences can lengthen a shipment’s timetable. Car transportation usually takes between three to seven days, while cross-country trips take between seven and ten days. That’s why we provide customers with a transportation quote from local companies to help cut down on travel time and cost. Every move is different please visit our estimated timeline page for more info.
Should I choose an open or enclosed trailer?
When picking between these two it’s all about determining how much exposure you’re willing to risk. Open trailers are the most common method and the least expensive. Enclosed trailers are the more expensive option because fewer cars are being shipped at a time. They’re used for expensive vehicles, especially ones with expensive paint jobs. Closed trailers are also used for vehicles that don’t meet the measurement requirements of the standard open container haulers. Both are safe when transported correctly.
How much does auto transport cost?
There are many factors that go into the price of auto transport. If you know you need to ship a vehicle it’s best to fill out a quote form. If you like many and just want to get an idea of the cost try our “free estimate auto shipping rates” page.
Can we put stuff in the car?
Every transport company has a different method when dealing with customers who want to save money by adding items to the vehicle they are shipping. Our page “Can we put stuff in the car” should help with some of your concerns.
We hope you find answers to all your other concerns on our Q&A page. Please use all the information available to make the best choice in a shipper.
Some links found on this page:
Can We Put Stuff In The Car?
Auto Shipping rate estimate and Estimated delivery time
Free Quote Form
Frequent Questions & Answers