- Our service proposition is simple – we’ll give you the best possible service.
- We only work with professional carriers who insure their cargo.
- If your car is damaged due to their negligence when auto shipping to another state, you’re covered.
- Rental reimbursement up $300, excluding weather or mechanical breakdown.
Why Our Auto Transport Services are Different
Your typical auto shipping company will ask for a fee upfront before they start working to secure a driver. The problem with this approach is that they’re assuming they’ll find a driver that will accept your transport at the price that they’ve quoted. We, on the other hand, wait until we’ve locked in the carrier with the best rate. That means you only pay once we’ve confirmed that we can deliver.
What is the Difference Between Open and Closed Transport?
Think of it as the difference between a Honda and a Ferrari. You’ll pay a lot more for the Ferrari, but the Ferrari performs a lot better. If the two were in a race, the Honda wouldn’t stand a chance.
So, while you’re paying more, you’re also getting more in return. That’s what happens with enclosed transport for your vehicle. Enclosed transport is more expensive, but the trailer thoroughly protects your car.
Open transport is cheaper, but your car has no protection from the dust, debris, and weather while in transit.
Expedited Auto Transport
Maybe something went wrong with the original company that you hired to move your vehicle. Perhaps something came up that makes it necessary to expedite the transport. Perhaps you need your vehicle at its destination sooner, rather than later.
It doesn’t make a difference – the point is that you can’t wait for the typical length of time. Whatever the reason, give us a call. We deal with an extensive network of reliable carriers. We’ll help expedite the transport for you.
Expedited transport will cost a little more, but we’ll still negotiate the best possible rate for you. So, if you need your vehicle moved across the country fast, call us for the best price and service.