The first option is to pay an insane amount of money. We’re talking about too good to be true money. We’re talking about an offer you can’t refuse money. This way a smaller carrier would be more likely to make the trip to get your car. Larger carriers may make the trip but it would take a lot of dough.
The second option is to move it. Moving it to a nearby, or maybe not so nearby, large city would make the car much more likely to get picked up. This is a popular option but if you don’t know anyone in the nearby city you will also be stuck paying storage fees, so keep that in mind. If your car is going to a dead zone, consider meeting your driver in a larger city.
If you live in Maine, North or South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Nebraska and certain parts of Idaho, Nevada, and Utah then you are in one of these auto transport dead zones. It’s not necessarily impossible to get your car picked up but it will take a little bit of luck and a little bit of cash.