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Instead of just shopping for the cheapest vehicle shipping quote, please consider looking for trustworthy vehicle shipper that offers you good services at a fair market price.
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Automobile Guywww.automobileguy.com
888-631-5906
The inspection policy of the most car transport companies finishes with the exterior of your car. Get knowledge if the insurance covers CD players, GPS systems, after market improvements. If it is possible remove these items.
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Ship a Car Incwww.shipacarinc.com
888-372-0995
Remove all of your personal items from the car; shipping companies will not insure personal belongings that are remained in your car during shipping.
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Car Shipperswww.car-shippers.com
888-852-0125
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Operable vehicles can be driven onto the truck. Inoperable vehicles require special equipment to pull the vehicle onto the truck. If your vehicle is inoperable you need to let the auto transport company know, so they can make sure the truck that picks up your vehicle has the proper equipment.
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USA Auto Shipperswww.usa-auto-shippers.com
888-759-4110
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The time that your car is in transit will be dependent on a number of factors, including the origin and destination, time of year, and the actual truck that will be shipping your car. When you get quotes from auto transport companies, you should also ask about estimated shipping time.
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Fast Auto Shippingwww.fast-auto-shipping.com
888-870-4508
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Operable vehicles can be driven onto the truck. Inoperable vehicles require special equipment to pull the vehicle onto the truck. If your vehicle is inoperable you need to let the auto transport company know, so they can make sure the truck that picks up your vehicle has the proper equipment.
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Tips for Moving Your Car
Research the Company
Research is key whenever you're using a service to move your belongings or store them. Contact the Better Business Bureau. Find out if any of the companies on your list have generated any reports. Information you receive will usually contain any grievances filed and if the grievances were resolved successfully. It's rare that a company does not have any unhappy customers; the key is to ensure that if there were complaints, in the end the customer was satisfied with the result. Read the report carefully, and if you're thinking of using a company who had a grievance filed, ask them specifically about this case and how it was resolved. Depending on the severity of the complaint, you may choose not to use this company.
How it Works
Most companies will give you just an estimate of when they can pick up your vehicle and when it will be delivered – usually a three to five day window and most will store your vehicle for you if the pick-up dates or delivery dates don’t work for you.

Now, before the company drives off with your vehicle they need to perform a full inspection and provide you with a report that you’ll sign, too. Make sure you carefully inspect your car and that the report accurately describes its present condition, including windows, internal dash, seat condition, etc… – this is how your car should arrive; however, if some damage should occur, the inspection is the record that the insurance company will refer to. This report will also record the mileage, gas gauge and dates for pick up and delivery.

Also, clean out your car thoroughly. Most companies won’t take responsibility for any loose items left in the vehicle. Remove tools, personal items and anything of value.

When the vehicle is delivered to you after the move, inspect it carefully before signing. This is the time to note any damage or missing items. Take your time so you can cover every inch, both inside and out. Refer to the initial inspection sheet. Again, this is how the insurance company will decide what is covered.
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