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Know The Myths Related to Vehicle Shipping
Are you planning to ship your vehicle? Read the common myths about
auto shipping before shipping your vehicle.
1st Myth: Door to door car shipping rates are more as compared to the
terminal to terminal services
Although it may seem more affordable to leave your car at a terminal,
the fees associated with it may change your mind. Check with your
shipping company, however, because that cost depends on the location
of the terminal. If the area you live in is hard to reach, terminal fees may
prove to be more affordable than the carrier. All in all, door-to-door
services tend to be cheaper than terminal services.
2nd Myth: You can save big bucks by shipping your car with the hubcaps
Though you may be asked to take off any removable parts off of your car
(hubcaps, windshield wipers, etc.) when shipping it overseas, this is not
the same when auto shipping domestically. In fact, your hubcaps are not
related to the cost of shipping your vehicle in any way. Though there is
no need to remove your car's hubcaps, there are other things that you
need to take care of. Avoid any additional items in your car when
shipping. This rule is in place so that the vehicle hauling company can
comply with the strict weight requirements.
3rd Myth: The auto shipping rates depend exclusively on the distance.
Distance is a major factor, but it is not as important as most people think
it is. For auto shipping, distance, accessibility of the pick-up destination,
and flexibility of the schedule are considered.
4th Myth: It is better to deal directly with the carrier and avoid the auto
transport broker because it will only increase the costs.
The carrier may not have a dedicated customer service department.
Instead, you are left to decide on a shipping agent. Often, carriers have a
limited number of trucks to cover a specific area each week. For this
reason, once they are at capacity, they will offer later dates for shipping.
On the contrary, car shipping brokers have built relationships with a
wide range of carriers. They can make arrangements on your behalf and
deal with the terminals if necessary. A reputable vehicle transport
company makes customer service its priority and provides quality
service that benefits you the most.
Whether you're shifting out of state or just purchased a car from a
distant location and need to have it transported, visit Pro Auto Transport
and get a list of professional and licensed vehicle shipping companies
providing genuine and affordable auto shipping rates.
Website - http://www.proautotransport.com/
Phone Number - 800-641-9070
Address: - 320 7TH AVE suite#4163, BROOKLYN, NY 11215