Nexus Auto Transport is a motor vehicle shipping and transportation brokerage firm that is
based in Chicago, Illinois. They are fully insured, bonded, and licensed to operate in the US by
the Federal motor Carrier Safety Administration under the MC number 933173. They have
listed their primary contact person as Mr. George Arkin, the owner. They ship vehicles
nationwide across the United States.
The company deals in the shipping of call types of vehicles including cars, motorcycles, SUVs,
RVs, small aircrafts, boats, ATVs, and inoperable vehicles. Even though they offer both open
carrier transport and enclosed carrier shipping, their flagship service is the formers. Their
economy open carrier services are popular because they offer very friendly prices. As a
brokerage firm, they do not have any trucks or drivers listed as part of a fleet. They however
only work with NAT certified drivers, to ensure the utmost safety for your vehicle. They also
have a flexible payment plan that allow for structured payment, meaning you can finish paying
at a later date.
Nexus Auto Transport has a website that incorporates a web calculator that lets you get instant
quotes. They also have a Facebook page.
You can reach the company via the contact information provided on this page.
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