Expedited Auto Transport
What do We Mean by Expedited?
The Normal Process Carriers Follow
Usually, carriers plan trips with their trailers loaded as much as (safely) possible. This enables them to get the maximum return on their journey. It doesn’t really make financial sense for a carrier to travel with a quarter load.
They’ll do it sometimes if there’s no alternative. If they were to do it all the time, though, the company would soon go out of business. They’ll attempt to move a full load on the way there and on the way back.
It’s been a long-standing custom in the transport industry to maximize profits by leasing out excess capacity. A company might, for example, transport their products from Buffalo to Los Angeles. They might then accept a contract from a company wanting to send goods the other way.
This makes their trip there profitable, and also makes the journey back cost-effective.