Rapid Transporters is an auto transportation brokerage firm based in Loganville, Georgia. They
are fully insured, bonded, and licensed to operate in the US by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety
Administration under the MC number 716901. The company has been in business since 2010
and has not listed any contact details for company staff or ownership. They transport vehicles
anywhere across the 50 states in the US.
They deal in the transportation of various types of motor vehicles including cars, trucks, SUVs,
boats, heavy machinery, and motorcycles. Being a transportation broker, they do not have their
own trucks or drivers. They rely on established carriers to do the hauling for their customers.
The company requires that you make an upfront deposit before your car is picked up, with the
rest being made upon delivery, either by certified check or in cash. They also require that you
make your own preparations to your vehicle, by making sure that it is clean and that all
personal belongings have been removed.
Rapid Transporters does not have a website at the moment. They are also not own any social
media and have not been listed on the business platform BBB. They can, however, be reached
for inquiries on the contact information provided on this page.
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