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Wednesday, January 28th, 2015 / 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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Tuesday, January 27th, 2015 / 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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Tuesday, January 27th, 2015 / Posted by Max Matev

Shipping eBay Purchases

Shipping a car purchased on eBay is just like shipping any other purchased vehicle. Make sure the car is paid for first. The buyer has to be ready to release the car before we start looking for a carrier. We’ll…

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Friday, January 23rd, 2015 / Posted by Max Matev

Cheaper Fuel = Cheaper Auto Transport?

NO. Well sort of. It depends. Auto transport prices are all about supply and demand. Only a few routes are directly affected by the lower gas prices. These are the routes from a warm state to another warm state. Read…

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Thursday, January 22nd, 2015 / Posted by Max Matev

Getting Your Car Ready

I’m always getting asked “How do I get my car ready?”. There’s nothing special involved but here are some guidelines. The most important thing to do is to remove your valuables. Remember, everything you ship in your car is shipped…

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Tuesday, January 20th, 2015 / Posted by Max Matev

Taking Care of the Big Stuff

Most of our shipments are standard sized automobiles: cars, SUVs, and pick up trucks. But we also ship some heavy equipment. We often take care of larger than average vehicles. Things like cargo vans and dually trucks are common. These…

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Monday, January 19th, 2015 / Posted by Max Matev

Buying a Car Out of State

A lot of our transport jobs are for people who’ve purchased a car out of state. I was recently talking to one of our regular customers about buying out of state. This article is some of his knowledge and some…

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Thursday, January 15th, 2015 / Posted by Max Matev

Enclosed Auto Transport

When shipping a car you have a choice between two basic types of transport: open or enclosed With an open carrier your car will be exposed to the elements like it would be if you were driving. With an enclosed…

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Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 / Posted by Max Matev

Auto Transport in the Winter

Shipping a car in the winter is a much different game than shipping one in the summer. Everything goes slower, your ETAs are three hour windows and your driver might call you to tell you he’s 20 miles away but…

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Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 / 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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