State 2 State Auto Transport Inc is auto transport services broker based in Port Saint Lucie,
Florida. The company was started in 2007 and has 10 years experience in the auto transport
industry. It is licensed and bonded by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA)
under the United States Department of Transportation. It bears the USDOT number 2238488
and the Motor Carrier number 593576. The company is authorized to provide auto transport
services throughout the United States.
This firm handles different kinds of motor vehicles such as luxury vehicles, passenger cars, vans,
SUV’s, and trucks. They also transport motorcycles, recreational vehicles, travel trailers, RV’s,
and boats. They provide standard open-air vehicle shipping. They also offer enclosed car
transport no request.
State 2 State Auto Transport Inc has a 4-star ranking on transportreviews.com and a 3-star
rating on Facebook and Google reviews. It is a member of Central Dispatch with a 100% score.
The firm has partnered with eBay Motors, cars.com, VeHiX, AutoTrader.com, and All My Sons
Moving &Storage, among others. This goes to show that its quite a reputable outfit.
For more details and quotes, get in touch with them through the contact details provided on
Auto Transport Services
- A-1 Auto Transport Annual Scholarship
- Auto Transport Companies Directory
- Auto Transport: Car & Home Moving Guide
- Auto, Classic Car & Motorcycle Show Directory
- Brands We Ship
- Brokers VS. Carriers
- Colleges We Ship To
- Cost Estimations By Distance & Locations
- Current Seasonal Discounts & Specials
- How Long Will It Take To Ship My Car?
- How Much Does It Cost?
- How To Prepare your Vehicle
- How to Protect Your Interests as a Client when Requesting Auto Shipping Services
- How To Ship a Vehicle: The Full Process
- Importing Your Car Into The USA
- Locations We Ship To
- Our Green Initiatives
- Our Philosophy
- Researching Brokers Beforehand
- Special Rates For Car Dealers
- The Top 4 National Auto Transport Companies
- US Laws and Standards on Importing a Motor Vehicle
- What Makes Us Better?