Coast to Coast Transport Inc is a fully licensed vehicle transportation brokerage firm. It is a fully bonded and insured member of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration under the MC number 777080. They have an interstate license and are therefore authorized to ship nationwide within the United States.
The company has been in business since February 2012. They started off as a general freight company but then grew into a full-fledged motor vehicle transportation entity. Their shipment catalogue includes boats, business & industrial goods, food & agricultural goods, full truckload freight, heavy equipment, LTL freight, motorcycles, and other goods. They offer full value protection at no additional charge for up to $100,000. They currently do not have a website and have not listed any fleet details.
Coast to Coast Transport Inc has not been flagged for having any accidents by the FMCSA which speaks to, at the very least, their ability to deliver. There have been complaints, however, about them failing to pick up cars after being contacted to do so by customers. They do not have a contact person listed, which means the only way to get a quote is through their contact number 586-201-7071.
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