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Wednesday, July 9th, 2014 / 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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Friday, July 4th, 2014 / Posted by Matt Benitez

What Damage is my Driver Liable for?

One of the biggest concerns people have when they transport their vehicles is that their car might get damaged. While damage may not occur often when it does it can be a huge problem. The most common damage that happens…

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Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014 / Posted by Matt Benitez

Shipping an Inoperable Vehicle

Shipping an inoperable vehicle can be a challenge for both the customer and the driver. Often shipping an inop, as they are commonly abbreviated, is more expensive and takes more time to find a driver willing to do it. There…

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Friday, June 27th, 2014 / Posted by Matt Benitez

Shipping Your Car to the Moon

The moon is a little bit further than your average long haul transport but it will still work to illustrate average car transport figures. The distance from the Earth the the moon is 238,900 miles. The approximate price you would…

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Tuesday, June 24th, 2014 / Posted by Matt Benitez

What is an Inspection Sheet?

The Inspection Sheet, sometimes called the Bill of Lading, is the most important document you will handle when transporting your car. It serves as a receipt and also as your insurance. When your driver picks your car up he will…

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Thursday, June 19th, 2014 / Posted by Matt Benitez

What Do I Do If My Car Gets Damaged?

One of the most unnerving things about having your car shipped is the possibility of damage. While it is highly unlikely that your car will get damaged during transport it is definitely a possibility. Here’s what you can do to…

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Tuesday, June 17th, 2014 / Posted by Matt Benitez

How to Get a Discount When Shipping your Car

If you’ve been following along with our blog then you probably know by now that it is very hard to get a deal when shipping your car. The way that auto transport works makes it impossible for a company to…

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Wednesday, June 11th, 2014 / Posted by Matt Benitez

What to do if No Carrier Wants to Pick Up My Car from Where I Live?

Certain areas are dead zones as far as auto transport is concerned. Carriers are only interested in running routes that pay good money and routes that are popular enough for them to be loaded both ways. So when someone tries…

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Thursday, June 5th, 2014 / Posted by Matt Benitez

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…

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Friday, May 23rd, 2014 / Posted by Matt Benitez

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….

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