Nationwide Auto Shipping is an auto transport broker based in Strafford, Missouri. It is
registered by the United States Department of Transportation through the Federal Motor
Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) as motor carrier number 674902 and USDOT number
2244173. The company is authorized to provide auto transport services all over the United
States including to Alaska and Hawaii.
Nationwide Auto Shipping is licensed to transport all kinds of motor vehicles including luxury
vehicles, sedans, wagons, vans, minivans, SUV’s, buses, and trucks. They also move recreational
vehicles including motorcycles, ATV’s, UTV’s, power crafts, and golf carts. They offer standard
open-air vehicle transport which is an affordable, safe, and dependable method of vehicle
transportation. They can also provide enclosed car shipping for valuable vehicles and
collectibles that require special attention and protection from the weather elements.
The firm has a large network of carriers that are fully licensed, insured, and bonded as required
by the law. They provide door to door, county to county, interstate, and coast to coast auto
For quotes and further information, use the contact info provided on this page.
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