Shaw Auto Carriers Inc. is an auto shipping and transportation company based in Melbourne,
Florida. They are fully insured, bonded, and licensed to operate in the US by the Federal Motor
Carrier Safety Administration under the MC number 283972. They have been in business since
2008 and have listed their principal contact person as Mr. Jim Shaw. They ship anywhere across
the continental United States.
They are a small company that has listed their fleet details to include one truck and one driver
only. They are in the business of transporting cars, trucks, SUVs, RVs, boats, and motorcycles.
They use a flatbed most of the time to do this. Although they are licensed to, and have
transported across the US, they concentrate mostly on the lower southern states. They carry
insurance for their cargo with no additional charge up to $100,000. Their carrier guidelines
state that the insurance however does not cover personal items left on the vehicle being
transported. It is therefore prudent that you remove all personal items from the vehicle when
using this carrier.
Shaw Auto Carriers Inc. does not currently have a website, and their Facebook page has been
deactivated. They can, however, be reached through the information provided on this page.
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