Advanced Automotive Shipping is a renowned auto shipping broker firm that prides itself in
providing dependable, professional, and second-to- one brokerage services. The Florida-based
firm is a certified shipping company, having been registered as a licensed brokerage firm by the
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) under ICC-MC #018560. It is fully bonded
and licensed, providing each shipment with an in-transit insurance policy cover of up to
$250,000. Clients enjoy worry-free services with guaranteed payouts in case of any incident
that damages the vehicle.
Advanced Automotive Shipping has a professional network of over 100 carrier companies with
the best reputation in the country. Through such affiliations, they are able to offer car shipping
services to every corner of the country, including Alaska, Hawaii, and Mexico. They specialize in
shipping classic cars, ATVs, RVs, exotic cars, antique cars, Boats and Yachts, motorcycles, big
rigs, and SUVs. Pocket-friendly prices are guaranteed, with no compromise on service quality.
The brokerage firm caters for both open air and enclosed carrier services. They offer door to
door services. Terminal service is only rendered upon client’s request.
Auto Transport Services
- A-1 Auto Transport Annual Scholarship
- Auto Transport Companies Directory
- Auto Transport: Car & Home Moving Guide
- Auto, Classic Car & Motorcycle Show Directory
- Brands We Ship
- Brokers VS. Carriers
- Colleges We Ship To
- Cost Estimations By Distance & Locations
- Current Seasonal Discounts & Specials
- How Long Will It Take To Ship My Car?
- How Much Does It Cost?
- How To Prepare your Vehicle
- How to Protect Your Interests as a Client when Requesting Auto Shipping Services
- How To Ship a Vehicle: The Full Process
- Importing Your Car Into The USA
- Locations We Ship To
- Our Green Initiatives
- Our Philosophy
- Researching Brokers Beforehand
- Special Rates For Car Dealers
- The Top 4 National Auto Transport Companies
- US Laws and Standards on Importing a Motor Vehicle
- What Makes Us Better?