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Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 / Posted by Max Matev

Major Auto Transport Routes

If you’ve been reading our state specific auto transport guides you may have seen major auto transport routes mentioned. Ease of transport can suffer because a state isn’t along one or a state might benefit in a big way if…

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Tuesday, January 30th, 2018 / Posted by Max Matev

Tax Deductions on Shipping Your Car for Work

The IRS provides tax breaks for people moving because of a new job. All moving expenses are tax deductible but your move has to follow a few guidelines. The commute to your new job has to be 50 miles further…

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Tuesday, January 30th, 2018 / Posted by Max Matev

Transporting Your Car for College

The main concern for college students when shipping their cars is money, and auto transport can be a big expense. With the correct preparation auto transport can be an affordable solution for you. As a college student your biggest advantage…

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Monday, January 29th, 2018 / Posted by Max Matev

Unrealistic Expectations

People with unrealistic expectations are the only thing that make this job actually feel like a job. Most of the time it isn’t the customer’s fault though, a slew of brokers has probably made them impossible promises so they don’t…

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Monday, January 29th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Nevada

Nevada can be broken up into three sections for auto transport purposes: Las Vegas, i-80, and everything else. Las Vegas is by far the cheapest and quickest of these three areas to ship from or to. It’s a major city…

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Sunday, January 28th, 2018 / Posted by Max Matev

Driveaway Vehicle Transport

What is it? Driveaway transport is a type of auto transport in which the vehicle is driven by an individual from point A to point B. It isn’t a very popular option with standard cars because for close to the…

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Sunday, January 28th, 2018 / Posted by Max Matev

Shipping Your Items with a Moving Company

Vehicle transport and household goods transport has a lot more in common than you might think. The businesses are set up in much the same way, you have brokers who connect you to carriers and those carriers might be a…

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Saturday, January 27th, 2018 / Posted by Max Matev

Items Not Allowed in the Car

Technically speaking you aren’t allowed to put anything in your car. I’m sure you’ve been reading our blog carefully and already know that but, just in case you missed it, I’ll repeat myself. It is unlawful for a car transporter…

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Saturday, January 27th, 2018 / Posted by Max Matev

Shipping eBay Purchases

Shipping a car purchased on eBay is a lot like shipping any other purchased vehicle. Make sure the car is paid for first. The seller has to be ready to release the car before we book a space for you…

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Friday, January 26th, 2018 / Posted by Max Matev

Shipping a Car Into Canada from the United States

Keep in mind while reading this that we do not transport vehicles into Canada. Our services are limited to the continental United States (we do ship a lot of cars to the border however). I’ve talked with a few brokers…

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