There are plenty of options out there that offer nationwide auto transport, but they’re not all created equal. In this post, we take a look at what you need to know about nationwide auto transport and what important factors separate the good companies from the not-so-good ones. As always, we encourage our readers to contact us with any questions, or if you’d like to cut to the chase and get an immediate estimate on the cost of shipping your car anywhere in the country.
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Considerations For Nationwide Car Shipping.
Find A Local Office – If possible, try to arrange shipping with a company that has offices both where your vehicle is being picked up from and being delivered to. This way, if there’s any issues that arise, or if you have questions, you’ll have a nearby associate to work directly with, which tends to offer a better customer experience. For companies that offer nationwide auto transport, they should ideally have offices in most major cities across the United States.
Compare Prices – Most companies that deliver cars to all 50 states will provide a free cost assessment–and you should avoid companies that don’t. This industry standard makes it easy for interested parties to quickly get an accurate price quote from several different companies and compare them. We recommend contacting at least three companies before making a final decision on which one to use.
Consider Storage – When you’re having a vehicle shipped over a long distance, it’s not always easy to physically be present when the car is delivered. (Most auto transporters will require that you or an authorized representative be present to sign off the final paperwork upon delivery.) In instances when this is not a possibility, short-term storage can be arranged locally by most established companies, especially those with offices located in major cities.
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Shipping A Car Across The Country: It’s All In The Details.
The above section covers a lot of the details involved with nationwide auto shippers, but there’s one important factor that we haven’t yet addressed: how much does it cost? The answer, of course, is that it depends, but we can offer some explanation of what you can expect, including some examples from recent shipments.
Assuming you’re having your vehicle shipped more than 1,000 miles, you can expect a cost of somewhere around 50 cents per mile. There are factors outside of the distance that influence the cost of course, but our recent averages have been between 42-52 cents per mile, as you can see from the information below.
You can use this website to calculate the distance between any two cities to get an idea how much it would cost to ship a vehicle.
Los Angeles, CA to New York, NY – $1,205
Miami, FL to Seattle, WA – $1,512
Boston, MA to Austin, TX – $1,007
San Francisco, CA to Chicago, IL – $983
Columbus, OH to Phoenix, AZ – $974
Salt Lake City, UT to Nashville, TN – $755
If you’d like a FREE, no-obligation cost assessment for nationwide car shipping, call us today! With just some basic information, we can give you a personalized estimate in minutes!
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