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10 Steps for Stress-Free Classic Car Transport

You have your 1950 Morris Minor you restored from pretty much scratch and while it’s certainly not a “sexy” car, you love it beyond belief.

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Can I Ship a Classic Car That’s Not Working?

In our mind, all classic cars are beautiful.

Shipping a Car to Hawaii? Here’s What You Need to Know

Moving to Hawaii? Lucky you! And because the Aloha State is almost 2,500 miles from the West Coast, if you want to bring your car with you, you’re going to need to get it there via ship.

Transporting Your High-End, Luxury Car

Is this you? You purchased the car of your dreams recently or a few years ago. You worked hard in your career for several years, moving up the ladder until you realized that your dream car –one you promised yourself you’d get when you “made it” was within your reach. You researched different makes and models over several months and you test drove quite a few.

Reliable Car Shipping for Military Families

Being a military family is pretty awesome most of the time: the camaraderie, the sense that your entire family is part of something great, the healthcare benefits, and, when it comes time to make a PCS move, the help with logistics, finding housing and even packing and shipping your household goods.

Saving Money When Working with an Auto Transport Company

Moving is expensive, especially if working with a moving company (although making a move yourself is not inexpensive either).
The same goes for shipping an automobile or other vehicle: chances are good it’s going to cost you a few hundred dollars. The average cross-country shipment for a four-door sedan can run from $700-$1200 in an open carrier; possibly as much as $2000 if you ship it in an enclosed carrier.

Tips for Shipping Classic Cars

Classic car owners are a special breed of people. Not only do they have a love of the fine workmanship that went into the car’s design and engineering, they probably enjoy not only driving the car, but could happily putter in the garage and tinker on it for hours on end.

12 Tips for Your Next PCS Move

No matter if you’ve “enjoyed” one PCS move or several, each one is different because your circumstances may be different. Your first move may have occurred when you were single with few possessions. But your 5thmove may see you with a spouse, two children, two cars, furniture for a three-bedroom house, and a trampoline for the backyard.

Preparing Your Car for Shipping

You’ve wisely decided to ask an auto transport company to ship your car to your new home’s location. You may think you can just leave the car as it is and hand the keys to the car shipping company. But – wait! — there are things a few things you’ll need to do get your car ready for transport.

Military Moving Tips for the First-Timer

If you’re in the military and need to move to a new PCS, if this is your first time ever doing so, your stress level understandably may be sky high.

Should you Drive or Ship Your Car When Moving?

You’re picking up stakes and moving. Far away, as in across the country or from one region to another. Hundreds of miles away. You’re packing up the house/apartment and hiring a moving company to ship your household goods from the old place to the new.