- Car Transport District Of Columbia Near Me
- District Of Columbia Auto Transport Pricing & Time To Ship Your Car Examples
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- Cost To Ship Car To Another State
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- Scope Of Service Within And Around Washington D.c
- Services We Offer To District Of Columbia
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- Zip Codes Included In District Of Columbia
Car Transport District Of Columbia Near Me
The District of Columbia is probably the busiest region in the entire America; well, except for New York City. This is thanks to its status as the nation’s capital; Washington D.C. and the nation’s political headquarters. This isn’t all. Washington D.C. also hosts one of the most prestigious auto shows in the entire country, attracting auto show enthusiasts from all corners of America. A-1 Auto Transport Inc. offers professional carrier services to the residents of D.C., and we are among the top consulted carrier firms for shipping cars to or from District of Columbia.
District of Columbia Auto Transport Pricing & Time To Ship Your Car Examples
|Shipping To/From District of Columbia||Cost||Distance||Estimated Time in Transit|
|District of Columbia to Chicago||$420||700 miles||3 - 5 days|
|District of Columbia to Houston||$845||1408 miles||4 - 6 days|
|District of Columbia to Phoenix||$1380||2300 miles||6 - 8 days|
|San Diego to District of Columbia||$1612||2686 miles||6 – 8 days|
|Columbus to District of Columbia||$241||402 miles||3 - 5 days|
|District of Columbia to Seattle||$1657||2762 miles||6 - 8 days|
|District of Columbia to Boston||$263||438 miles||3 - 5 days|
|District of Columbia to Las Vegas||$1446||2410 miles||6 – 8 days|
Scope of service within and around Washington D.C.
The District of Colombia is extensive in terms of streets. Of course, due to obvious reasons, areas like 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW are restricted for service, unless contracted by the white house itself to ship vehicles. But other than that, we operate an extensive scope of service in shipping cars to or from District of Columbia, serving close to every other region in D.C., including Fredrick, Jefferson, Clarke, Warren, Montgomery, Loudoun, Charles, Calvert, Spotsylvania, Fredricksburg, Stafford, Prince William, Manassas Park, Fauquier, Falls Church, and, Alexandria - including their surrounding areas.
We also go beyond borders and ship cars between District of Columbia and its neighboring states of Virginia and Maryland at affordable places.
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Services we offer to District of Columbia
- Open carrier services: Sedans, SUVs, ATVs, vans, motorhomes, and trucks are best shipped using open carriers because they offer more room for multiple car shipping. They are also cost-effective given that several vehicles can be shipped by one open carrier.
- Enclosed carrier services: We ship high-end vehicles, sports cars, and classic cars to or from the District of Columbia in enclosed carriers because they provide a sense of privacy and extra protection from external hazards like small rocks and twigs.
- Luxury vehicle shipping: The Washington D.C. Auto Show is the largest car show of the year, boasting more than 40 manufacturers and well over 700 new makes and models of high-end vehicles. We are qualified and well-equipped to safely ship such high-end vehicles, in multiples too, using our enclosed carriers.
In such a busy area like Washington D.C., you require an experienced carrier that knows how to deal with the challenging district traffic and logistical issues. A-1 Auto Transport Inc. has got you covered on all orders pertaining to shipping cars to or from District of Columbia.
Zip codes included in District of Columbia
The District of Columbia includes a total of 287 zip codes, which we all serve. Here are just but a few of them:
|ZIP Code 20001 - Washington||ZIP Code 20006 - Washington||ZIP Code 20374 - Washington Navy Yard|
|ZIP Code 20002 - Washington||ZIP Code 20007 - Washington||ZIP Code 20376 - Washington Navy Yard|
|ZIP Code 20003 - Washington||ZIP Code 20008 - Washington||ZIP Code 20388 - Washington Navy Yard|
|ZIP Code 20004 - Washington||ZIP Code 20009 - Washington||ZIP Code 20391 - Washington Navy Yard|
|ZIP Code 20005 - Washington||ZIP Code 20373 - Naval Anacost Annex||ZIP Code 20398 - Washington Navy Yard|
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to get my own insurance when having my car transported to Washington, DC?
No, you don’t have to. However, motor carrier companies must carry a minimum of $750,000 in insurance.
To learn more, you can check the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s website page, Insurance Filing Requirements, to learn more.
To determine whether the company you’re considering has its USDOT number and carries proper insurance, you can check FMCSA’s Licensing and Insurance Public page.
What are the different ways that my car can be transported to or from Washington, DC?
The most common ways to transport are car is on an open carrier or an enclosed carrier.
The open carriers are less expensive because your vehicle will be exposed to the elements. However, the enclosed carrier is more expensive and is best for transporting luxury, classic, and exotic cars.
Talk with your carrier company to find out which mode of transportation is best for you.
I have some personal items I want to get to Washington, DC. Can I put them in my car, so they are transported with it?
It isn’t recommended, but some companies will let you transport up to 100lbs of personal belongings in the trunk of your car while it’s in transit.
*NOTE—The motor carrier company you use will not be responsible for any belongings in the car.
What are the considerations when calculating the cost of transporting my car from Washington, DC?
Here are some items that motor carrier companies consider when calculating the cost of shipping your car:
- What type of car are you transporting?
- What transport will be used? Open or enclosed?
- Is the vehicle in working order?
- What is the price of fuel?
- Will there be any challenges getting your car to its destination?
- What is the total mileage?
I want to file a complaint against the company I used in Washington, DC. Can I do this and, if so, how?
Here are two ways you can file a complaint, although we recommend always working it out with the company first.
- The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s National Consumer Complaint Database.
- The Better Business Bureau
How can I get an estimate for transporting my car from Washington, DC?
Any company will give you an estimate. *NOTE—it will only be an estimate until you get closer to the actual shipping date. Up until this time, there will be unknowns such as weather and gas prices.
You can go to our online estimator for a free quote. We also have representatives standing by to be of service regarding an estimate or any other questions you have.