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Thursday, June 5th, 2014 / Posted by Jay Kumar

MIG Auto Transport Blog: Why You Can’t Get a Deal When Shipping Your Car

Auto transport is not like most other businesses. The main difference being that you go through a broker to obtain the service you require. Basically you need a middleman, for info on why check out my post on why you…

Friday, May 23rd, 2014 / Posted by Jay Kumar

MIG Auto Transport Blog: Why You Need a Broker

Auto transport isn’t easy. Finding a carrier isn’t easy. Determining what price a vehicle should be shipped at isn’t easy. The main purpose of a broker is, of course, to find you a carrier, which is harder than it seems….

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014 / Posted by Jay Kumar

MIG Auto Transport Blog: The Cost of Shipping Your Car vs the Cost of Driving the Car Yourself

Many people think of shipping their vehicle as something out of their reach. These people assume the cost is much higher than it is and that it is a complicated process to arrange to have a car shipped. This may…

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014 / Posted by Jay Kumar

MIG Auto Transport Blog: Limited Pick Up or Drop Off Windows When Shipping Your Car

If you’ve ever gotten you’re car moved then you are well aware that there are no guarantees regarding dates. There is simply too much that can go wrong with the weather, with other customers, even with the truck. So when…

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014 / Posted by Jay Kumar

MIG Auto Transport Blog: Should I leave my things in the car when I have it shipped?

Depends. Some auto transport companies will tell you right away, we will not accept any items in the vehicle. If this is the case then DO NOT leave any items in the car. Either your shipment will be cancelled or…

Saturday, March 22nd, 2014 / Posted by Jay Kumar

MIG Auto Transport Blog: Why Certain Cars are More Expensive to Move Than Others

Recently I was helping out a customer with a move they were planning. They were moving to Arizona from New York and they had two cars to move, the wife’s Toyota Corolla and the husband’s Ford F-150. I was getting…