How to prepare a car for shipping?

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Once you have settled the details of your order, you will need to decide on pick-up and delivery dates. Then you can schedule your service.

A driver usually picks up your vehicle one to five days from your first available date. And delivery time depends mainly on the distance between pick up and drop off locations.

To avoid any surprises at pick up and during transport, customers need to prepare their car for shipping.

  1. Check your vehicle with a mechanic to make sure ...
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Car shipping, no middleman?

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The world of auto transport is probably non-existent for many people. Yet, moving is a vivid reality for more than 35 million Americans each year.

When you start researching car shipping though, you swiftly realize that it is a separate industry with its own rules and regulations. Ultimately, you find yourself with some very specific questions.

One major aspect is the difference between auto transport brokers and carriers. You may rightfully wonder if it is not simply better to cut the middleman ...

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Car Shipping Insurance

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Statistics show that less than 5 percent of vehicles arrive with any type of damages. Still, you need to understand the auto transport insurance.

Yes, insurance is included in your auto shipping rate. All vehicle transport carriers are legally required to have cargo insurance.

This information can be verified with the Department of Transportation online.

When you call to place an order, confirm these policies and their amounts.

Cargo coverage requirements are not administered by any government agency – it ...

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Lamborghini Aventador Shipping Guide

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If you are into extreme sports, then driving a Lamborghini Aventador should do it for you. A 700 hp, 350 km/h and 0-100km/h in 2.9 sec. Driving this kind of a beast is not going be easy. The Aventador is a two seater, hyper sports car. If you want a challenge, get ready to sit low because these cars are low!

Keep in mind that on the road you will be the minority in this car. Other drivers of bigger and ...

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Driving Across the US. Why and Why Not?

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For some, this is a dream of a lifetime. They plan the perfect route with landmarks and select the best time of the year to get the most out of each location. Some invest regular weekly time intro prepping a playlist. They continue collecting a road trip playlist for years, picking the best songs. Often it starts as a weekend off-the-beaten-path single, but then it becomes so long that it deserves more than that.

If this has been your dream for ...

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How to schedule a car shipment

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We live in an era of instant gratification. We want everything now. We frown at the very thought of having to wait. The demand for instant results is sipping into every corner of our lives.

What does it have to do with shipping a car? Well, shipping a car is not like shipping a package.  You cannot order overnight delivery (or maybe you can, but that is a rare premium service that costs extra).

In general, it is easy to schedule a ...

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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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The Greatness of Porsche and How to Ship One

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What car can serve both as a daily driver and a weekend fun ride? Which make can both excite you and be practical at the same time? If we had to pick one, it would probably be a Porsche!

Say what you will about this luxury brand name, but you cannot deny they build special vehicles. Somehow they have maintained their spirit throughout the years, both in performance and in appearance.

Nowadays, Porsche is more than just a sports car. It offers ...

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Shipping a classic car – 1941 Lincoln Continental

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The unique nature of classic vehicles innately means their owners would want to fully protect them at all times. Because of this, you will often hear that you should not even consider open car transport. But should you?

The truth is that it works just fine. Many customers prefer open auto transport due to its lower price, but also because it still provides safe shipping. That being said, collectors do prefer to ship classic automobiles in enclosed trailers. Ultimately, it all ...

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