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🇺🇸 Adamsville - Jefferson, Alabama (AL) 35005

🇺🇸 Adamsville - Jefferson, Alabama (AL) 35005

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Adamsville is one of the youngest cities in the United States. It was integrated in 1901, divided in 1915, and rebuilt in 1953. It is a tight knit community that takes pride in the quality of education it offers. The city focuses on youth development that is why the government encourages the children to be engaged in sports like football and baseball. They also have three city parks – Leland Adams, Blackwell, and Spring Street – where locals and tourists could spend quality time and enjoy nature.

Cost & Time To Ship Your Car Examples

Shipping To/FromCostDistanceEstimated Time In Transit
Adamsville to Atlanta$151151 miles1-2 days
Chicago to Adamsville$497663 miles3-5 days
Houston to Adamsville$501669 miles3-5 days
Detroit to Adamsville$552736 miles3-5 days
Pittsburgh to Adamsville$564753 miles3-5 days
Adamsville to Portland$12352470 miles7-9 days

*Prices and times are estimated. They can vary depending on the season and what type of vehicle you are shipping.

The city was named after William Adams, the property owner who donated the land for the railroad construction in 1889. It became a local hit as migrants settled and establishments sprouted near the rail tracks. Soon, the settlers discovered an abundant coal resource that helped the town’s economy to prosper. It became popular because of the settlers’ tough love when trading.

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However, the town’s progress came to a halt when the law-breaking citizens argued over licenses for alcohol. Fire wrecked the railroad depot and its surroundings in 1918. Adamsville considered the incident as a wake-up call. They rebuilt the city anew and eventually abolished the railroad depot. Now, education and healthcare are their priority industries, followed by construction and manufacturing.

Adamsville takes pride in its multi-awarded schools. It has three primary schools and one high school that are recognized nationally for their leadership initiatives and quality educators. The city received the recognition for more than five teachers for one academic year alone. They also have active Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts that help the community.

The city promises low property taxes and annual rates on basic services. The community opens their doors to businessmen with their community growth incentives. They are currently inviting interested investors and corporations to buy or lease properties. Adamsville has spaces for shopping malls, plazas, and industrial parks with revenue sharing options and tax discounts.

The town was able to rebuild their community, this time, as a family. The city aims to become an ideal place to work, live, and play. And just like the city, A-1 Auto Transport considers you as part of our family. We make sure that we take care of your vehicle when we deliver it right at your Adamsville home. You can call our friendly staff or use our online quote calculator for a free quote. At A-1 Auto Transport, we work as a family.

How Cost is Assessed for Adamsville Car Transport

We base our transport cost on several factors and those include the size and weight of the car, the type of transport you use to move the car, whether the car is operational and the distance between pickup and delivery locations. When you call for a quote or get a quote online, you will provide the make, model and year of the car and this helps identify the size and weight so agents can secure the proper carrier. If you have modifications to your car that alter the height or weight, you need to let the agent know so they can schedule the right carrier.

How You Can Transport a Car

Motor vehicles including economy cars, sedans, pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles (SUV), recreational vehicles (RV), motorcycles and even heavy machinery and boats are transported either with roll-on roll-off or enclosed transport methods. There are other options of course, but they can often be far more expensive than people realize. You will need to check your overall budget and make a choice on how your vehicle is transported to or from Adamsville.

  • Auto Carrier Truck- An Auto carrier truck is a convenient and economical way to transport a vehicle. You have most likely noticed many auto carriers on the interstate at some point as they are frequently seen hauling up to 10 or more vehicles to or from dealerships or for private citizens. This type of transport is open to the elements, meaning that your car and others are fully exposed to weather, birds, debris flying through the air and even contact with other people when the carrier stops to refuel. It is a safe mode of transport, usually the least expensive option and is used by thousands of people worldwide daily.
  • Enclosed- Those who own specialty cars and trucks including collectibles, antiques, exotics, sports and race cars and other high-end luxury, expensive or rare vehicles often opt to use enclosed transport to move their cars. Enclosed car transport can be more expensive than a standard auto carrier truck and you should call to schedule service ahead of time. Depending on where your car needs to be picked up, the wait can often take longer than an open auto carrier because there are fewer enclosed carriers on the roadways that can be scheduled.
  • DIY Car Dolly- Some car owners prefer to haul their own car across the miles. This is of course an option to consider but you must be aware of the excess wear and tear it can cause for the truck you use to haul the car and the extra money it will cost for fuel to pull a car behind. If you are hauling a car across own, this may not make a huge difference, but when you are moving across the state or to a new state hundreds of miles away, it can be costly. You will need to consider interstate traffic and potential accidents, stops to rest and the expense of a hotel stay as well as snacks and drinks that are often purchased when stopping to fuel up along the route.
  • Drive or Pay Someone to Drive- As long as your car is operational, driving it on your own or even paying a friend or drive-out service to drive for you is always an option. However, this can be a dangerous option if you need to drive hundreds, or thousands of miles to reach your destination. Let’s face it, long drives may be nice when you have great scenery to look at, but they can be extremely tiring. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), seven percent of all motor vehicle crashes and nearly seventeen percent of all fatal crashes are caused by fatigued drivers. That is a big risk for an accident and whether you are physically harmed during an accident or not, you may find yourself responsible for out of pocket expenses for property damage, hospital stays and aftercare expenses for someone else, insurance increases and other expenses.

A long drive may not be a bad thing for your car, but you will certainly find yourself spending more for overall car maintenance (brakes, tires and oil changes) as well as more for fuel when driving long distance. You also need to consider that when we stop for fuel, grabbing a bottle of water or a soda and snack is often expected. Longer drives may require overnight stays at hotels along the route and depending on where you are traveling to and from, hotels can be an expense you just don’t have the budget for.

Train- Trains are used worldwide to relocate all types of cargo including motor vehicles. Depending on where you live and where the vehicle is shipping to, you can speak to an agent about utilizing railway transport for your vehicle.

Air Shipments- Shipping a motor vehicle by plane is often reserved for vehicles that are very expensive, extremely rare or must be delivered much faster than other delivery options can handle. Air shipments are very convenient, but they can also be very costly, so you must be prepared to pay far more if you want to ship by air than you will if you ship via a truck or trailer on the interstate.

With air shipments, you can have a pickup and delivery date whereas with ground shipments, delivery times can vary depending on the traffic, weather and even other customers.

For standard delivery options via interstate delivery, you can expect several days or even weeks longer for delivery than you would with air shipping, but the cost is a fraction to that of shipping on a plane and unless you are in a rush to have the car, it is often the preferred way to ship the vehicle.

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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), the agency that regulates and provides safety oversight for commercial motor vehicles including car transport carriers, offers a quiz that you can use to learn more about being at risk for falling asleep behind the wheel. You can find the quiz at this link.

Preparing a Car for Transport To or From Adamsville

It is very important to have your car prepared for transport ahead of time. This will help ensure it is ready to go and that it remains safe during transport. Here are some things to do to get your car ready to go:

  • Make sure the fuel is no higher than one quarter tank.
  • Have the car cleaned and make sure there is no dirt or grime on the paint or the undercarriage. Clean cars show signs of cosmetic damage better and you will want to be able to see all areas of the car clearly when it is picked up and when it is delivered.
  • Remove all personal property from inside the car. This includes loose CD’s, books, paperwork and anything else. You may leave a spare tire and tire changing tools in the trunk. Carriers are not responsible for anything left inside the car.
  • Take pictures of the car before it is loaded for transport. Be sure to save your photo files until the car is delivered.
  • Get a copy of the insurance and any other agreed upon arrangements and keep them filed in a safe place.
  • Get a spare key made for the driver so the car can be turned on o load and unload and to open doors and trunk.
  • Disable your alarm. If the alarm cannot be disabled easily, provide instructions so the driver can shut it off if it sets off during transport.


Adamsville includes ZIP codes:

35005, 35224, 35062, 35073, 35214


Adamsville, Alabama Resources

For information on local emergency services and more:


You can also keep up with Adamsville events and public service announcements by visiting the City of Adamsville Alabama Facebook Page.

Driver’s License

To obtain or renew a driver’s license in Adamsville, Alabama, you may visit the Public Safety-Driver’s License office in Birmingham, Alabama at:

908 Bankhead Hwy WBirmingham Alabama 35204 
Phone: (205) 252-7445

Vehicle Registration and Tags and Title Services

Jefferson-Birmingham Tag & Title 
716 Richard Arrington Jr. Blvd N County Courthouse Suite 100 A Birmingham, Alabama 35203 
Phone: (205) 325-5171

Or you may visit the Gardendale location at:

651 Main Street Gardendale Alabama 35071 
Phone: (205) 909-3610

Both offices are open 8:00 am until 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.

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Joe Webster began his journey in the auto transport field by attending the University of Southern California (USC), where he graduated with a Bachelor of Business Marketing. 

After college, he started his career in the auto transport industry from the bottom up and has done virtually every job there is to do at A-1 Auto Transport, including but not limited to: Truck Driver, Dispatch, Sales, PR, Bookkeeping, Transport Planner, Transport Manager, International Transport Manager, Brokering, Customer Service, and Marketing. Working with his mentor Tony Taylor, Joe Webster has learned the ins and outs of this industry which is largely misunderstood. 

With over 30 years experience in the industry, we've been helping people ship their vehicles, motorcycles, RV's, heavy equipment, household goods and more across the country or overseas without a hitch. Ask us anything.

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Due to the nature of my work, I must relocate every couple of years to where my company needs me. Because of this, I’ve tested several moving and auto transport companies over the years.

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The only time my shipment was delayed was during winter when a snowstorm closed down all the major roads. And they still found an alternative and got my car delivered before roads got unstuck.

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I considered selling my car when I moved to Washington. It was old and rusty, but I grew attached to it. So, I called a couple companies to transport it to my new home, but they both fell through.

The first one couldn’t decide on a schedule. He would constantly change the pickup date till I got frustrated and canceled. The second was insufferable, very rude on the phone, even worse in person.

They started picking a part my car asking me why I still have it. If that’s their opinion of my vehicle, how can I trust they’ll take care of it? If something happened midway, why wouldn’t they just blame it on the car instead of paying up?

So, I cancelled this company as well and turned to A1 Auto Transport. From the get go, they were very different from my past options. Their website was very professional and up to date, full of useful information. I requested a quote using their online form, and I got an email response within an hour. Surprisingly fast!

If I didn’t know any better, I would’ve thought they were lacking customers, but the email spoke for itself. In just one email, everything I needed to know was there, including a contact number I could use to get more information or confirm the transport.

I called and got things rolling. I was very pleased with the driver. He followed standard procedure and represented his company well. Can’t remember his name, but props to him!

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