If you’re reading this blog post and laughing hysterically at the absurdity of it, kudos to you. However, you would be surprised how often this question has been posed to our representatives, and the answer is always the same: no. You are NEVER allowed to ride with the carrier while your vehicle is being transported. For one, you’d be going on what amounted to a five-day road trip with a commercial carrier who more than likely sleeps in their truck – many long haul drivers, regardless of the industry they drive for or work in, use this to avoid paying high hotel costs while also keeping an eye on the truck. And they don’t have room for you. There are many more reasons as to why you can’t ride along with the carrier – hopefully this was sufficient. If not, call us up and someone can give you a more detailed explanation as to why you can’t ride shotgun in the car transport truck (though we hope you don’t have to).