How To Ship Your Mitchell
Twentieth century classics like the Mitchell are hard to come by. The Mitchell Company came from a tradition of being known as one of the most talented wagon manufacturers of the 19th century. Today, owning a classic Mitchell, with only a few left in the world, is next to impossible.
Such a classic vehicle cannot possibly be allowed to be driven on the open roads. To ferry it home, one will likely require the services of the best car shipment company around. Are you looking for the best in the industry? Then look no further. Here are some of the reasons why you should choose our company.
Given the number of car shipping cases handled daily, many customers often worry about booking slots for the long distance shipment of their vehicles. While there is no limit on how fast our shipment services can be secured, for the sake of planning and logistics, potential customers are advised to book their vehicles for shipment as early as possible. However, whatever the timeline, our company will still conduct the auto transport. We can make arrangements, depending on the distance, to have the vehicle shipped within as short a time as 48 hours.
A-1 Auto Transport, Inc. ships vehicles worldwide. Click here or call 1-800-452-2880 to get a free, no obligation to buy price quote to ship your car.
Pick-up and dropping options
We offer flexibility and options in terms of pickup and delivery. One of the most important aspects of our automobile transport is the arrangement of pickup and delivery services beforehand. Typically, there are two types of delivery and pick up our company offers, door to door and terminal to terminal. In door to door shipment, the vehicle is picked from its location and is delivered to the specified location, the home, office or any other preferred location. Terminal to terminal pick up involves the vehicle being delivered to company terminal. It is then transported to a pre-arranged terminal at the destination, where the owner can pick it up. All this happens within acceptable and competitive rates.
How much does it cost?
This has perhaps been one of the most commonly asked questions by many of our past customers. More people are choosing to go the auto transport way instead of driving all the way when moving. In some cases, like when moving overseas, or in this case when transporting a vintage car, driving might be impractical or impossible. Our company has some of the most competitive rates in the market and will work with clients to plan the small details depending on their budget. Cross country or international shipping, considering the cost of gas, accommodation, food and the time, choosing car shipping is perhaps the best idea.
Vehicles transported with us are fully insured against any potential damage. Granted, our auto transport company will always take the utmost care to deliver the vehicle at the other end without damage. However, in the unfortunate event that any damages should occur, every vehicle is completely insured under our care, and the costs will be covered by our insurance company without any deductibles.
Our company representatives will always walk the client through the paperwork to be signed before and after the shipping process, as well as answer any persistent questions clients might have.
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