Posts Written OnJanuary 2017

While quotes that you receive through our free shipping calculator have no hidden costs and are guaranteed, there are considerations that influence the quote. Once you understand these, you can possibly save on shipping fees. Location, Location, Location Shipping distance is the main factor impacting the quote. In cases where the delivery location is remote, the shipment may need to be rerouted to the nearest city. If the nearest city is not used, then it could cost more for a doorstep delivery. *The Size of Your Vehicle * Larger vehicles cost more to ship. Many SUVs, pickup trucks, minivans and…

Car shipping can be a real pain for first time shippers, given the fact they are most likely to be unaware of the jargon and working model of a car shipping company. No matter whether it’s a domestic or international move, the primary goal is to ship the car safely without having to burn a hole in your pocket. Auto shippers also need to ensure that they don’t commit any of the rookie mistakes that may lead to an unpleasant shipping experience. To help you attain seamless car shipping, here is a step-by-step guide to approach car shipping for a…

International motorcycle shipping is not only time consuming, but can also be quite expensive, especially if you need to ship it over a long distance. It is, therefore, important to consider a number of aspects of factors about shipping service, to ensure the move doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket and your prized possession is delivered without any damage or delay. The blog post provides a comprehensive insight into the motorcycle shipment procedure for a safe and timely international motorcycle delivery. Factors to Consider Pick Up and Drop Motorcycle shipping companies base their quotes on the type of service…

The number one thing to remember about your vehicle being delivered—be there! You should physically be onsite when the driver arrives with your car. There are several reasons for this: If you’ve seen the car before it was loaded on the truck, you can inspect that it’s in the same condition as when you bought it. You will see the Bill of Lading, which will show a diagram of damage that was present when the driver picked-up the vehicle. But when the damage is significant, it may just say “Salvage”, without identifying specific damages. You need to Sign the Bill…