Welcome to the A-1 Auto Transport guide to auto transport carriers and brokers! On this page, you’ll find important information that will help you find a reliable car carrier or broker that you can trust, as well as the necessary licensing numbers to do further research on companies.
While it’s not always easy to determine which company is a carrier and which is a broker, both can arrange car shipping on your behalf. The primary difference is that brokers simply arrange for transport, while carriers are the ones actually handling the physical delivery. There is not a decided advantage to using a carrier over a broker, other than your own preference. (It should be noted that many companies operate as both a broker and a carrier.)
In the directory below, you’ll find a brief description of company services and history, as well motor carrier and U.S. Department of Transportation license numbers, which can be used to do further research. By entering this information into the FMCSA Company Snapshot database, you’ll be able to find a wealth of information, from company safety history to current operating authority.
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AmeriFreight – AmeriFreight Inc. has been in operation since 2004 and is headquartered in Peachtree City, Georgia. They operate as a broker only but have an excellent track record of following up on insurance claims. AmeriFreight also offers gap coverage that offers insurance to complement the standard coverage for shipping an auto.
Carrier number: MC-597401
USDOT number: 2238770
417 Dividend Dr., Peachtree City, GA 30269
Stateway Auto Transport
Stateway Auto Transport out of Buffalo Grove, Illinois has been in business since 1992 and operate as both a broker and a carrier. They ship throughout the continental United States and are a fully licensed, bonded and insured car shipping company.
Carrier number: MC-804149
USDOT number: 2357842
630 Silver Rock Ln, Buffalo Grove, IL 60089
Montway Auto Transport
With experience shipping cars to all 50 states, including Alaska and Hawaii, Montway Auto Transport is a leading nationwide transport company. They have more than 10 years of experience and their customer reviews and Better Business Bureau rating speak to the quality of their service.
Carrier number: MC-615110
USDOT number: 1673578
#255 1400 E Touhy Ave, Des Plaines, IL 60018
Dependable Auto Shippers (DAS)
One of the more seasoned auto shippers in the industry, DAS has more than 50 years of experience moving virtually every type of vehicle, including cars, trucks, RVs, SUVs, motorcycles, boats, and planes. They can also move heavy equipment and offer their vehicle transport services worldwide.
Carrier number: MC-491106
USDOT number: 2232484
3020 U.S. 80 Frontage Rd, Mesquite, TX 75194
One of the more established names in the Midwest, United Road has been delivering vehicles throughout the U.S. and Canada since 1997. They are headquartered in Romulus, Michigan and also ship to Alaska, in addition to the lower 48 states. United Road offers both open and enclosed carriers for auto transport.
Carrier number: MC-526599
USDOT number: 2234402
10701 Middlebelt Road, Romulus, MI 48174
Inter-City Auto Transport, Inc
Inter-City Auto Transport is a carrier that started operating in 2006. Though they do offer carrier services, they primarily operate as a broker, arranging transport between the customer and the carrier. Based out of Wyoming, they operate all over the United States and also deliver motorcycles and heavy equipment for customers.
Carrier number: MC-562227
USDOT number: 1495499
690 US-89 #200, Jackson, WY 83001
Direct Express Auto Transport
Direct Express offers free estimates to all customers and have more than 10 years experience as a nationwide car shipper. With more than 100,000 vehicles shipped, they have ample experience and expertise for any type of vehicle delivery. Their service area includes all 48 states in the continental U.S.
Carrier number: MC-479342
USDOT number: 2231879
321 San Anselmo Ave, San Anselmo, CA 94960
Nationwide Auto Transport
A car shipper that offers free price quotes and all-inclusive pricing, Nationwide Auto Transport is fully licensed, bonded, and insured and requires no upfront deposit for shipments. They ship to all locations in the lower 48 states and are known for their excellent pricing.
Carrier number: MC-616917
USDOT number: 2240126
W 9th St, West Plains, MO 65775
American Auto Shipping
American Auto Shipping is capable of moving virtually any type of vehicle. They are a car shipping broker and can arrange for transport anywhere in the United States. American Auto Shipping is a great choice if you’re shipping a vintage, luxury, or classic vehicle.
Carrier number: MC-359273
USDOT number: 2225066
3439 NE Sandy BLVD #692a, Portland, OR 97232
RoadRunner Auto Transport
Roadrunner is a long distance and coast-to-coast auto mover based out of New York. They offer live updates for tracking your delivery, as well as door-to-door transport services in the U.S. Roadrunner also brokers for overseas auto transport, and has both open and enclosed carriers available.
Carrier number: MC-723761
USDOT number: 2247426
1055 Stewart Ave, Bethpage, NY 11714
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