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Friday, July 28th, 2017 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

Who’s Transporting My Car?

Giving a stranger your car can feel uncomfortable. It isn’t something that is done often in your day to day life, you drive your car, no one else. But car haulers are not just anybody, they are highly trained professionals….

Sunday, June 25th, 2017 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

Checking in on the Highway Trust Fund

The situation with the Highway Trust Fund has not improved much since we last checked in on it. The Amtrak crash in Philadelphia, while not related to the fund, has brought even more attention to America’s lacking infrastructure and the…

Saturday, May 27th, 2017 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

Short vs Long Distance Shipments

A car being shipped 300 miles or less is considered a short distance shipment; 500 miles or more is considered long distance. The main difference between the two is money. Obviously shorter shipments are going to be cheaper but, the…

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

Reviewing Your Auto Transport Company

Whether you have had a positive or negative experience, reviewing a company you have done business with is appreciated. The main reason to review any company you do business with is to let other people know how the experience was….

Saturday, March 25th, 2017 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

Shipping from a Dealership

When purchasing a vehicle from a dealership not in your hometown auto transport become necessary. Brand new cars depreciate rapidly, every mile put on the car (especially if you plan to trade-in or sell within the next couple of years)…

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

How We Calculate Your Quote

Unlike a lot of companies, we do not have instant quotes. A quote calculator cannot account for all of the variables in an auto transport shipment. There is no substitute for a person checking the price. Quote calculators can be…

Saturday, March 18th, 2017 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

When Your Broker Cannot Find a Carrier

Carriers rarely book shipments further than a few days before they want to pick up and this can sometimes create uncertainty, especially if the pick up or drop off date is very specific. In most cases the car gets picked…

Monday, March 13th, 2017 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

Importing a Car into Mexico

You have two options for getting your car into Mexico, either on a temporary visa or permanently. There are two different kinds of visas. The first type is a tourist visa, with this option you are allowed to keep your…

Saturday, March 11th, 2017 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

How Celebrities Ship Their Cars

Celebrities don’t actually ship their cars that often. They may move a lot throughout the year but they will have other cars waiting for them wherever they are going. The only time auto transport becomes a necessity is during a…

Friday, March 10th, 2017 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

Leaving Your Car at a Storage Facility

Even though we recommend making your pick up and drop off dates as flexible as possible, circumstances may limit your pick up or drop off windows to a 24 hour period or less. In these cases vehicle storage can be…