Auto Shipping States

Tips for Car Shipping to California

The state of California is the largest state in the Union in terms of total population, which definitely helps your cause when it comes to shipping your vehicle to or from there. California has the most metropolitan areas of any other state, including major cities such as Los Angeles, Oakland, …Read the Rest

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What is a Pickup Window?

In the auto transport industry, a “pickup window” is the length of time your auto transport representative will tell you it will take to get your vehicle physically picked up and loaded onto a carrier. This is an important distinction from transit time, which we covered earlier. A pickup window …Read the Rest

Vehicle Shipping

What to Know About Shipping a Ford Expedition

Unlike the Ford Excursion – which was the largest SUV Ford built until 2005 – the Expedition has been Ford’s midsize SUV for a number of years now. While it is a bit bulkier and heavier than the Ford Explorer, it should not be any more difficult for a carrier …Read the Rest

Auto Shipping Cities

Car Transportation to Des Moines

Des Moines, Iowa may not be the most popular auto transport location in the U.S., but the city is an important part of the Midwest and the state of Iowa. It is serviced by two main interstates, I-80 and I-35. I-80 is a major east-west interstate that runs through several …Read the Rest

Auto Shipping States

Tips for Shipping Cars to Oregon

When it comes to transporting a vehicle to Oregon, chances are if you’re not shipping to Portland you’re going to end up paying a bit more. There are only two major interstates that run through Oregon – I-5, which runs north-south from California and travels just west of the Cascades, …Read the Rest

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What is “Transit Time?”

When transporting your vehicle, you’re going to be doing a lot of waiting – whether it’s for your shipping company to find a carrier or the carrier to pick the car up, you spend a lot of time simply waiting for everything to happen. The term “transit time” is how …Read the Rest

Auto Shipping Cities

Transporting Vehicles to or from Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh is one of the largest cities in the state of Pennsylvania and sits along the western border of the state. It is a sprawling metropolis that has been a major industrial powerhouse in the United States since factories began to spring up in the area during the early 18th …Read the Rest

Auto Shipping Cities

Auto Transportation Services to Kansas City, MO

Kansas City, Missouri sits on the far western side of the state, which can make it both easier and more difficult to transport your vehicle to. Kansas City is one of the most important cities in the state of Missouri, and, indeed, the entire Midwest, and along with St. Louis …Read the Rest

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Why is Auto Transport so Expensive?

The reason why auto transportation services are so expensive is because it costs a lot of money to operate a huge ten-car carrier and haul a bunch of cars across the country. Seriously, how much do you think you would spend if you were to drive your car across the …Read the Rest

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Why Does Auto Shipping Take So Long?

You can drive across the entire United States in as little as three days, if you do it right, and that’s averaging two or three drivers and minimal stopping times. But that’s in a small car, with nothing but road ahead of you. Car transporters can’t say that. Sure, they …Read the Rest

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