How much does it cost to ship a car?

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Review our guide to understand all about the cost to ship a car.

  1. How is car shipping cost calculated?
  2. How many days in advance should I book in order to save?
  3. What auto transport service options do I have?

Or, otherwise asked how much does it cost to ship a car? Whether it is about shipping a vehicle acorss the country, or across a state, the factors that affect the price are the same. The car shipping cost is calculated based on several factors ...

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Texting while driving – the recklessness of being distracted

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What do you do in that situation? Can you resist the temptation of picking up? What if it is an emergency? Well, of course, you are not texting back, but a glance will not hurt, right? Your eyes dart back and forth between the road and your phone. At that point, you have already fallen prey to the bane of drivers everywhere – distracted driving.

Here is the thing – we love comfort. There is no denying that. ...

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Classic car transport California

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The one niche that seems to always grow in California, and bring together more and more enthusiasts, is the classic car market. Although depending on where you are in the world your definition of what makes a car classic may vary, you will certainly find most cars categorized as classics in California. Classic cars age like wine – the older they get the better they are. And like wine, each car has its own appeal. And just ...

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How to import a car to the United States

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Americans have it all. That’s what everyone says. And quite often this is truly the case. Yet, there comes a time in every American’s life when the exact thing they want is not within the borders of our country. And very often, this exact thing is a car. The next BMW model that is not yet available in the USA. Or the only classic Mercedes Benz from 1966 left in the world. What to do then? Read on to find ...

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Can we learn from Germany’s Automobile Usage?

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In the past decades, we have seen the automobile industry appear more and more frequently in discussions about climate change and the problem of environmental pollution. Institutions around the globe have undertaken the initiative to achieve more sustainable transport and decrease the effects of driving not only on nature but also on the population’s health and lifestyle choices. US government officials have begun examining the situation in other wealthy European countries, and how they deal with this ever growing problem, ...

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BMW Station Wagon: a case for the unpopular

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The new BMW sports wagon makes me think that maybe people overseas do not have such a bad taste after all. Something peculiar is going on and we are about to find that out. So, read on!

Before we take a better look at the BMW mentioned above, it will do us well if we review the history of that vehicle. It all started with the development of the famous BMW Series 3. They are an entry level ...

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Why are EVs not replacing conventional cars?

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European countries accounted for 215 thousand electric car sales in 2016. Solely the Netherlands accounted for 6% market share (EVs and hybrids) in 2016, according to a report by the International Energy Agency (IEA). China has proven its leadership in EVs once again. It surpassed all other nations in the world with a growth of 69% of the newly registered EVs in 2016. In the USA, 2017 was literally the year of the electric vehicle. Yet, something seems a little too slow ...

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The Lada Zhiguli travels halfway across the globe

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The United States has a long history in car manufacturing. After all, we are among the pioneers in the industry. And yet, we often seem to forget that other countries have also tried to stake their claim on the car market. Some have succeeded, others have fallen into obscurity. But people are now starting to dig up these forgotten gems. That is how we landed the job of transporting a 1978 Lada from Bulgaria, halfway across the ...

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Keep your head above the water, otter

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Once upon a time, a little otter decided that playing while working, or working and playing is fun and healthy.

Otters are born swimmers, and they know that to survive they must keep swimming. They eat, rest, and groom themselves in the water. They must swim all the time. But they also love to play and wrestle in the water. You would see them chase their tails and participate in various fun games. Otters are also very curious and like to ...

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Millennials enter the classic cars market

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So, can millennials be part of this? Are they ready to be part of the collectors club? And is the classic car market ready for them at all?

The collector market is melting down right now. There’s been little or no movement in the value of classics in the past years. Even more frightening is the fact that some of the most highly priced collector models have decreased their value in half since last year. Most of the vintage car market ...

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