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Generally your vehicle will be shipped on an open carrier, like one of the ones you’ve probably seen at car dealerships hauling cars to and from. This is usually the best way to go because there are plenty of these trucks on the road and we take care of your car shipment by negotiating with one of these professional car shippers. Another option for you to consider is enclosed shipping. These trucks are a lot like the big rig trucks you see hauling produce and stuff, except they haul cars instead. It is known it’s safer in an enclosed truck, but this service is more expensive. We generally recommend enclosed carrier if you need a luxury and exotic car shipping, classic car transport, sport car or custom automobile shipping, that really can’t be exposed to the elements.
Usually 2 weeks before your 1st available date would be the best. We do understand that not all the time that can be done, that’s why we will do our best to provide the best based on your terms. We try to accommodate within a window of 4 business days. The more flexibility you can provide would give us a leverage to negotiate a better driver with a better price.
Shipping vehicle prices depend on several factors such as distance, type of a vehicle, flexibility, if it will be shipped via a well traveled route or even if it will be shipped during high season or not.
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This industry is route-based. As such, times will vary, but usually the average 350 miles per day. Trucks are limited by federal laws, as well as the requirement to stop at every weigh station on the road. This can sometimes mean that delays can happen, but for the most part trucks can go on average 350 miles per day.
No. Federal law prohibits auto carriers from transporting “household goods,” so anything that is in your car must be removed before transport. Not only are trucks prohibited from carrying household goods, but too much weight can actually put a truck over its weight limit at the weigh station, causing unwanted – and unneeded – delays, making you wait for your vehicle. However, you may put light objects – such as blankets, clothes, and pillows – in the trunk of your car, provided that it is less than 75lbs. This is to make sure that the trucks meet their weight requirements and that the “junk in the trunk” is not household items. Don’t forget, however, that any personal items that are left in your vehicle are NOT covered by the trucks insurance, and as such you are personally liable for any damage during transport.
Yes and no. We need someone there to sign the contract (also known as the Bill of Lading) between you and the truck driver. If you can’t be there, make sure you have a friend or relative that can be there in order to sign the bill of lading and avoid unnecessary delays. Someone is also required to be present to do a walk-around inspection with the truck driver. This is to note any damages to the vehicle before transport. So make sure you arrange for someone to be there if you cannot be.
The cost to ship a car from New York City to Los Angeles is $1100. Although this is a much frequented route and finding a driver may take less time than other routes, it is one of the longest as it is coast to coast.
The price to ship a vehicle from Chicago to Dallas is $600. North to south routes are well frequented and easy to handle after winter season has passed, however once winter season begins, prices can be higher and less available drivers.
East coast routes are one of the most popular during winter and summer seasons. Availability for drivers is more likely to be high than other routes heading west. The cost to transport a car through these points is $600.
There is approximately 1600 miles between New York and Fort Worth, shipping a regular mid size sedan costs between $750 – $800, however trucks require more space on carriers and weigh more. To ship a truck this distance will cost around $950 – $1150.
Routes that move from the west coast to the north are more frequented during summer season than winter, due to bad conditions on the road. However prices approximately go around $900 from point to point.
Boston – Los Angeles is considered a coast to coast route, therefore it may be one of the most expensive, and it is a much transited route. Winter will put some obstacles for this route due to long miles and driving time and prices will go higher. An average price is for transferring your auto this distance is $850.
Routes that head into the north east are higher in price to the harsh road conditions during winter season. The farther north you go, the worst the conditions get and drivers are not willing to go all the way up there unless for the right price. Prices for this route can go anywhere between $ 1000 – $1100.
Towing companies are not the only ones who offer moving services within the same cities and states. Car transport can be done from any point A to point B. Usually these small distances have flat rates weather they are within a 3 mile range or 50 mile range inside the same county. This flat fee is around $125.
The distance between these two points is only 700 miles; however it is not a very common route. Therefore prices are a little high for such a short distance. You will be looking at a price of $600, but nevertheless, this is an all inclusive price that will even offer full coverage for your car in case of any loss or damage along the way.
Philadelphia – New York is an easy route that is very frequented for almost every north eastern trucker. It is not difficult to find a driver and prices are low due its frequency. The cost to move a car between these locations is around $360 all inclusive.
Although New York isn’t exactly a coast to coast service its considered part of this route. North eastern states to south west states are the longest routes and will have the higher prices. If not priced correctly it will be very hard to move your car. Prices for this route are $1150.
The cost to ship a midsize sedan from New York to San Francisco is around the $1300’s. It all depends on what time of year you are traveling. Although you are traveling a little south to San Francisco from New York, most of the route still passes through cold states and mostly mountains, therefore drivers will ask for more money to compensate their trips.
CA – TX is a very common route, no matter if it is summer or winter season, car transport is very popular between these two states. Due to this reason, you will be able t get great prices; therefore there are a lot of available drivers most of the time. The cost to ship a car from Los Angeles to Austin is $600.
Texas – Illinois is not as common as other routes, however both these states are part of main routes therefore you will be able to get great prices in order to ship a car, depending on its size too. Prices can start at $600.
All though these cities are within the same state, distance is longer than a regular towing. Costs to transport a car from Houston to Austin will be around $300, depending on the season.
Pennsylvania and Illinois are very close in distance and this route is well traveled. Winter will have prizes rise due to heavy snow fall and bad road conditions, however during summer and better conditions, prizes will go from the $500’s.
Chicago to Los Angeles is not a very common route, however they are part of main routes. Los Angeles is one of the most popular ending and/or starting points, therefore you can get good prices traveling to Los Angeles. The price to ship a regular midsize sedan from Chicago to Los Angeles is $750.
Although this is a very common route, it is a high demand; therefore drivers will ask higher prices. Prices to ship a midsize car would be anywhere around $ 1000. It also depends greatly on season and weather conditions.
The price to ship a car from Washington DC to New York is around $ 450. Distance is not very long and route is well traveled, although it is a high demand route on season, you can get good prices for short distances.
Distance from Baltimore to Chicago is not that long; however this is not a very common route. Drivers will ask for more money to compensate their trip as they run the risk of not filling their carriers or finding enough loads to return. Prices can be anywhere around $600 – $700.