Clearing the Waters about Ocean Shipping

Shipping a car across the ocean can be complicated. Especially when you are shipping a salvage car. The shippers at EasyHaul are experts with shipping salvage cars across the ocean. We try to make the process as easy as possible for you. There are two ways that we can ship a car across an ocean: Roll-On, Roll-Off (RORO), and container shipping.

Roll-On, Roll-Off: RORO shipping is very simple. This is might be an option if your car has keys and can be driven, and so long as it does not have any major damage or broken windows. With RORO we drive your car directly onto and off of the boat.

RORO is not available for every shipping port. If your vehicle has a broken window, major damage, or does not drive on its own, then we will not be able to ship it this way. Even if the vehicle does meet the requirements for RORO shipping, the port may not allow it. Please speak to an EasyHaul agent to see if this option is right for you.

Container: Container shipping is the most popular, cost efficient and safest way to ship. Additionally, if the vehicle does not run and drive then it must be shipped in a container. This may also be a good option if you have more than one car you would like to ship. With container shipping, we load your car into its own 20-foot or 40-foot container. Depending on the type, size, and number of vehicles, we may be able to load up to 4 vehicles in a single container. The chart below shows what container options we have. For many people, container shipping is the best.

With either RORO or container shipping, at EasyHaul we make sure you get the best service to ship a salvage car.

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