- Florida Rv Shipping Cost & Time To Ship Your Rv Examples
- Florida Rv Transport Cost Calculator
- Shipping An Rv Domestically
- International Rv Shipping
- Different Rv Shipping Methods
- Tips To Prepare Your Rv For Transport
- Contact Us
Florida is a great place to visit with your RV. It’s an even better place to live in if you’re a full-time RVer domicile. There are a lot of RV parks you can go to in the Sunshine State. Unfortunately, because of the various concerns that must be considered in your transfer, shipping an RV may be tough. To make things easier for you, it is preferable to use A-1 Auto Transport for your relocation.
Florida RV Shipping Cost & Time To Ship Your RV Examples
|To / From Florida, FL||Cost||Distance||Estimated Time In Transit|
|Florida, FL to New York, NY||$2057.04 - $2514.16||1142.8||4 - 6 days|
|Fort Worth, TX to Florida, FL||$2121.48 - $2592.92||1178.6||4 - 6 days|
|Austin, TX to Florida, FL||$2129.4 - $2602.6||1183||4 - 6 days|
|Florida, FL to Chicago, IL||$2191.14 - $2678.06||1217.3||5 - 7 days|
|Houston, TX to Florida, FL||$1840.5 - $2249.5||1022.5||4 - 6 days|
|Florida, FL to Denver, CO||$3419.28 - $4179.12||1899.6||6 - 8 days|
|Philadelphia, PA to Florida, FL||$1902.96 - $2325.84||1057.2||4 - 6 days|
|Florida, FL to San Antonio, TX||$2191.86 - $2678.94||1217.7||5 - 7 days|
|Arlington, TX to Florida, FL||$2095.2 - $2560.8||1164||4 - 6 days|
|Florida, FL to Dallas, TX||$2059.38 - $2517.02||1144.1||4 - 6 days|
Florida RV Transport Cost Calculator
As with every shipping process, the most obvious factor that will be considered for the total cost is distance. It will be calculated by determining the distance between the point of departure to the destination. Factors also include the additional services you choose to avail so that your shipment will be to your needs and preferences, as well as, the weight of your vehicle. If your vehicle needs to be handled carefully, this can also affect the final cost. To get an estimate, you can make use of A-1 Auto Transport’s shipping calculator.
Shipping an RV Domestically
Local or domestic shipping means that you are shipping within the US. It takes much less effort than when you’re shipping overseas. There are two types you can choose from: open-air transportation and enclosed trailer transportation. These options travel at roughly the same speed. Their differences lie in how your vehicle will be transported. Open-air will have your vehicle exposed to the elements while the enclosed trailer option, as the name suggests, will have it enclosed and protected during the journey.
International RV Shipping
Relocation companies may not be able to ship RVs internationally as easily as domestic shipping due to a variety of external concerns. Before your vehicle can be boarded aboard a transport vessel, we need to accomplish and observe port rules and other legal obligations.
Different RV Shipping Methods
There are various options you can choose from when you’re shipping. The Roll-on/Roll-off or RORO option is one of the most common, especially in overseas shipping. This way, vehicles are driven on and off a flatbed ship.
Tips to Prepare your RV for Transport
- Secure all entryways and windows. You have to ensure that all wall fixtures, paintings, and other items that may come off during the transit are secured.
- All existing damages should be documented.
- Prepare the complete documents, keys, and, if necessary, directions before the transport company arrives.
To know everything about your shipping, call us at (1-800-452-2880) right now!