A: On average, for a standard shipment it will typically take one to seven business days from the time your booking has been received to locate a carrier and schedule a time for pick-up. Expedited services are available for rush shipments and time sensitive transports.
A: Based on mileage, once your vehicle has been picked up, it will typically be delivered within anywhere from one to ten days.
A: Your vehicle will be insured against in-transit damage caused by carrier negligence or equipment failure by the assigned auto shipping or car transport truck. These auto shipping and car transport trucks, by law, carry a minimum of $750,000 public liability insurance.
A: All major credit cards, electronic transfer, postal money order, bank/certified check will be accepted for deposit or full pre-payment. If there is a balance due upon delivery, the auto shipping and car transport carrier will accept cash, bank/certified check, or postal money order.
A: Yes, there must be someone present to accept the vehicle, provide keys and sign an inspection report. This person can be anyone over the age of 18.
A: We advise you not to, as personal items are not insured if they are damaged or reported missing. If you decide to pack personal items inside your vehicle, it must not exceed 75 lbs. and must be kept in the trunk or back seats (below the window line).
A: You can either click here and get a free instant online quote or call us at (862) 684-5089 to receive a quote from a transport pricing specialist.
A: The farther in advance you schedule your shipment, the more likely we will be able to meet the time requirements you desire. For best results, try to schedule your transport at least 2-3 weeks in advance.
A: The auto shipping or car transport driver will get as close to your door as he can legally and safely get. Many cities have restrictions on large trucks that prohibit them from driving into some residential areas. Transport trucks are large and need lots of room to maneuver and turn around, so if access to the pickup or delivery location is restricted by narrow streets, low-hanging trees or tight turns, the driver may ask that you meet the truck at a large parking lot nearby, such as a grocery store.