Auto Shipping TLC is an American automobile shipping and transportation broker based in
Florida. They are a fully licensed, insured, and bonded company under the US Department of
Transport under the USDOT No 2248430. Their Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration MC
No is 740342. They are able to ship and transport cars anywhere across the continental United
States. They, however, do not ship to Alaska, Guam, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.
Auto Shipping TLC was established in 2010. They deal with all sorts of motor vehicles including
sedans, pick-ups, SUVs, and motorcycles. They offer both open carrier transport services and
enclosed transport services for their more delicate cargo. They do not ask for an upfront
deposit, instead only charging you once your vehicle has been assigned to a carrier and both
cost and terms have been agreed upon.
Auto Shipping TLC is a family-run company with their principal being their president Mr. Jerry
Cohen. The vice president is Mrs. Ellen S. Cohen. Their operating hours are between the hours
of 8 am and 8 pm on week days. During the weekends, they are open between 8 am and 12 pm
on Saturday but remain closed on Sundays. Quotes can be obtained from their website or by
emailing jerry on email@example.com
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