+How do I pay for my transport service?
We accept cash, cashiers check, and money orders on pick up or delivery, credit card over the phone.
+How much does it cost to ship my car?
The total cost depends on a few components:
Type of vehicle: size and weight Condition: running or not running. Running means the engine starts and the car moves on its own power. Not running means the car does not start. Type of trailer: open or enclosed Distance/mileage: amount of miles between your 'to' and 'from' locations Location: metro or rural area Modifications: lowered, lifted, larger tires, racks on top, etc. Seasonal fluctuations: seasonal supply and demands change on certain routes
+How long is a quoted price good for?
Your quote is valid for 7 days via the quote email you receive once you request an online quote.
+Do I have to pay the trucker if I am not fully satisfied with the auto transport service?
Yes, as specified by Federal Law, a trucker must be paid in full for services rendered. It is also in your best interest to pay the trucker in full. If you withhold the trucker’s payment partially or in full, he/she can legally hold the vehicle, until all applicable fees are paid. If you experience any difficulties, don’t hesitate to contact us.
+Can I pay a trucker with a credit card or personal check?
No, you must pay the driver in either cash or certified funds. Certified funds would include Cashiers Check and Money Order. Credit Cards are not accepted by truckers because they have no means to process them and personal checks are also not accepted.
+How can I track my vehicle while in transit?
Tracking of your vehicle is done by phone and/or email during business hours.
+What is the difference between open and enclosed transport?
Open transport is the most common car shipping method. A car on this is exposed to outside elements such as rain, sun, dust, etc. It is a safe and secure way of transporting your vehicle. New cars are delivered to dealers by open trailer. With open car shipping you have the option to request top load for extra protection. Enclosed transport is often desired for owners of collector cars and used for classic, luxury, vintage, custom and sports cars. The vehicle is not exposed to weather elements and flying objects and prevents possible rock chips.
+Can I ship a car that doesn't run?
Yes, we ship inoperable vehicles every day. Inoperable vehicles will typically take longer to be picked up and cost a little more because not all truckers can or are willing to take them. We will arange for a truck with a winch to load your vehicle.
+Can I ship a car to or from a U.S. port?
Yes, it will typically cost a little more than the standard rate to cover the cost of permits to pickup or dropoff a vehicle from a port.