FAQ’s2017-01-05T19:20:25+00:00

FAQs

How many days in advance do I need to make arrangements for my vehicle transport?2016-12-28T22:48:05+00:00

We recommend that you place your order at minimum 7-10 days in advance of your estimated shipping dates to have the best results. 

How long is the average transit time?2016-12-28T22:55:04+00:00
  • East Coast to West Coast or vice versa – apx 7-10 days.
  • Midwest to East Coast or West Coast or vice versa – apx 5-7 days.
  • North to South or vice versa – apx 3-5 days.
Will the transporter pickup & deliver my vehicle door to door?2016-12-28T22:44:48+00:00

Door to door service means the auto transporter will pickup & deliver your vehicle as close as possible at the driver’s discretion. In some cases because of the size of the semi tractor & trailer this may be impossible due to the low clearance of bridges, narrow streets , low hanging tree limbs or power lines. In some cities or subdivisions it is illegal to bring large trucks into certain areas & the carrier can be fined not to mention it can cause damage to the vehicles on the trailer or vehicles on the street. In this case the carrier will determine an alternate location that’s legal & safe to load or unload.

Can I ship personal items inside the vehicle?2016-12-28T22:44:13+00:00

Auto transport carriers have the authority and insurance coverage to ship vehicles only. They are not permitted to haul household items or personal belongings of any kind therefore do not leave or put anything in the vehicle. Any violations to this policy may result in a strict fine. Vehicle owners take full responsibility for any violations to this policy. Under no circumstances shall vehicle owners transport any illegal or hazardous substances. In the case the vehicle owner violates these rules they may be subject to any penalties or fines.

Do I have to be present at the time of pick up & delivery?2016-12-28T22:43:40+00:00

The owner or someone designated by the owner must be present at pickup & delivery to have a vehicle condition inspection done & sign the release form, bill of lading.

Can I check on the status of pickup or delivery of my vehicle?2016-12-28T22:43:08+00:00

Yes. Give us a call and we will gladly assist in getting you a pickup or delivery status asap.

Do vehicle transport quotes include insurance in the estimate?2016-12-28T22:41:36+00:00

All auto transport carriers must have the proper insurance required by federal law and is included into the estimate. It is always a good idea to have your own auto policy in place in the event something out of the ordinary happens during transport. 

What is the best way to prepare my vehicle for transport?2016-12-28T22:54:10+00:00
  • Please have a set of keys for the carrier.

  • Please make sure to have the proper level of antifreeze, adequate level of fuel, apx 1/4 tank of gas, and the battery must be fully charged.

  • If the vehicle is not operable it must be brought to our attention when placing the order to make the appropriate arrangements to load and unload the vehicle.

  • Please clean your car in order for the for the driver to be able to perform a proper inspection for the bill of lading.
  • Please turn off all alarm systems or have disconnected.
  • Please remove any luggage, ski or bike racks that are not permanent from the factory.

  • Do not leave any personal items in the vehicle, do not put any household items or personal belongings in the vehicle.

  • Please lower or remove antennas.

  • The owner or designated person must be available when the carrier arrives for pickup and delivery.

Does the vehicle need to be in working condition during transport?2016-12-28T22:40:27+00:00

No but if the vehicle is (inop) not operable, it must be brought to our attention when placing the order to make the appropriate arrangements to assign to a carrier who can properly load and unload the vehicle safely & professionally.

What should I do if I notice damage at delivery?2017-10-17T15:27:25+00:00

Any damage that was not listed at pickup must be noted upon delivery on your bill of lading & acknowledged by the driver & signed by both. The carrier must be paid in full for transport.  Any damages reported after signing the bill of lading & the carrier leaves will not be covered. Call us immediately, we will assist you in any information you may need. As the owner of the vehicle you must file your insurance claim directly with the designated carrier. We cannot do that for you. (We are not involved in carrier or insurance claim decisions.)