We recently purchased a new vehicle in my household and found an amazing deal online. The problem we had was how to get the vehicle to our home without flying and driving. Auto shipping can be a very hard industry to navigate. If you google auto transport you will find it is a competitive niche with a ton of horror stories about cars not getting picked up and prices be raised last minute.
There are multiple sites online that offer free shipping quotes however after doing some homework I realized these are lead producing sites that sell your info to 10 or more hungry brokers. Which leads me to my next point, brokers vs. carriers. You will most likely not find a carrier that is doing your exact shipping route at the time needed so using a broker is key. Brokers also help you find the carriers ratings and insurance info. The broker we ultimately chose to use was Andrew Auto Transport. We read a ton of great reviews and saw an award they received from auto transport awards .com
After speaking with a representative of the company we were explained all the ins and outs of shipping a car. We then made a small deposit and singed a receipt. Just as the representative explained we had several offers from drivers in the first 48 hours and ultimately chose a driver with good ratings and an enclosed truck. 4 days later our car arrived safely.
If you need to ship a car we highly recommend Andrew auto transport.
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