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Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018 / Posted by MIG

South Carolina

South Carolina is a below average auto transport state. South Carolina has three major metropolitan areas which divide the state into three parts. The Greenville metro is in the west, Columbia is the center, and Charleston is the east; 63rd,…

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Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018 / Posted by MIG

North Carolina

North Carolina is a slightly better than average state for auto transport. North Carolina can be broken up into three parts, everything east of interstate 95, everything between interstate 95 and interstate 77, and everything west of interstate 77; the…

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Sunday, July 30th, 2017 / Posted by Matt Benitez

How Do I Ship a Motorcycle?

Shipping a motorcycle is the same as shipping a car. You contact the same brokers and the same carriers move your car. There are a few things however that don’t work exactly the same. Chances are your motorcycle will be…

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Sunday, July 30th, 2017 / Posted by Matt Benitez

Why is There a Limit on How Much Stuff I Can Put in My Car?

We get it. We really do. You’re moving and or maybe your gifting your car or maybe there are some extra parts you need to transport with the car after you sold it or maybe your son needs his stuff…

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Friday, July 28th, 2017 / Posted by Matt Benitez

How Far in Advance Should I Book My Auto Transport?

ASAP. I can’t think of a reason not to let your broker know about shipping your car as soon as possible. Most of the time they won’t get into any serious talks with carriers until a week or two in…

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Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 / Posted by Matt Benitez

Why Does it Take So Long to Ship a Car?

An auto transport driver’s job is often more complicated than it seems. And all of these complications can add up to create a delay in your car’s shipment. One of the biggest reasons that your shipment can get delayed is…

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Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 / Posted by Matt Benitez

The Different Kinds of Auto Transport Trucks

The most likely truck to move your car is the truck in the picture above. This is a standard auto transport truck and trailer and they can range from 60 to 80 feet in length and about 13.5 feet in…

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Monday, July 17th, 2017 / Posted by MIG

Why Calling Multiple Brokers Can Work Against You

Auto transport is not like other businesses. It is sort of old school in the way that everything works. This is out of necessity to accommodate the uncertain nature of the job. It’s hard to guarantee things too far into…

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Tuesday, July 11th, 2017 / Posted by Matt Benitez

So Where Can My Driver Stop?

It’s something most people don’t think of when they have their car transported and it can become a problem. Another issue auto transport carriers face is that a lot of brokers promise door to door delivery. Of course it does…

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Sunday, July 9th, 2017 / Posted by MIG

The Dead Zone

A lot of times in the “Auto Transport of the Day” we refer to the dead zone. We’ve tried to explain it in those posts but we get so many questions about it we figured we’d just put out a…

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