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Car Shipping Willis, TX – Premium Auto Transport

Willis, TX, 77318, USA

What's in this article?
  1. Safe And Reliable Willis Auto Transport Services With A-1 Auto Transport
  2. Willis Auto Transport Pricing & Time To Ship Your Car Examples
  3. Things To Consider When Relocating A Car
  4. Distance
  5. Type Of Car
  6. Cost
  7. Convenience
  8. Safety
  9. How To Ship A Car
  10. Professional Willis Car Transport With A-1 Auto Transport
  11. Faqs
  12. How Long Does It Take To Ship A Motor Vehicle?
  13. Is It Cheaper To Ship A Car?
  14. Can I Lose My Car During Shipping?
  15. Can My Car Get Damaged During Transport?
  16. What Do I Consider When Choosing A Car Transport Company?
  17. Willis Neighborhood Areas We Serve
  18. Willis Includes Zip Codes
Car Shipping Willis, TX – Premium Auto Transport

Safe And Reliable Willis Auto Transport Services With A-1 Auto Transport

Willis is a city in and a county seat of Montgomery County, Texas. It began to develop in 1870 after what is now referred to as Pacific Road passed through the area. The Willis economy is driven by Piney Woods, lumber manufacture and agriculture. Between 2008 and 2010, its population grew from 5,000 to 5,662.

If you have plans to relocate to Willis now or in the future, you must consider an efficient and cost-friendly way to move your car(s). Depending on your distance from Willis, you can either drive to the area or hire a reputable car transport company to move your vehicle.

Willis Auto Transport Pricing & Time To Ship Your Car Examples

To / From Willis, TXCostDistanceEstimated Time In Transit
Willis, TX to Naperville, IL$6161026 miles4 - 6 days
Orlando, FL to Willis, TX$583971 miles3 - 5 days
Rockford, IL to Willis, TX$6281047 miles4 - 6 days
Willis, TX to Fresno, CA$10571762 miles5 - 7 days
Omaha, NE to Willis, TX$510850 miles3 - 5 days
Willis, TX to Miami, FL$7161194 miles4 - 6 days
Bakersfield, CA to Willis, TX$9911652 miles5 - 7 days
Willis, TX to Aurora, CO$588980 miles3 - 5 days
Stockton, CA to Willis, TX$11311885 miles5 - 7 days
Willis, TX to Corpus Christi, TX$153255 miles3 - 5 days

*Prices and times are estimated. They can vary depending on the season and what type of vehicle you are shipping.

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Things To Consider When Relocating a Car

For most people, a car is one of the most expensive purchases. So, it's understandable when you want to travel with it everywhere you go. Luckily, if you're not okay with long-distance driving, you can utilize the option of hiring a car transport company to move your car.

Hiring a car transport company may appear unnecessary, especially for individual car owners. But there are situations when driving is inadvisable.

Here are five to consider when choosing an appropriate transport option:


Spending more than three days on the road is a waste of time and resources. Furthermore, not many employers will allow employees to stay away from work for more than three days. If the distance to your destination is more than 500 miles, you should hire a car transport company to move your vehicle. But if driving to Willis will take a day or two, driving is undoubtedly a better idea.

Type Of Car

Some cars, especially those with low cubic capacity (cc), cannot sustain long-distance driving. Subjecting such motor vehicles to over 1000 miles within a short period could lead to mechanic problems. Also, the motor vehicle you are looking to move could be too old to sustain long-distance driving.

Another category of cars that cannot be driven is inoperable vehicles. Such cars can only be loaded into a carrier truck and transported to their destinations. Auto transport companies have the necessary equipment to help during loading and unloading.


Compare the cost you are likely to spend driving with the cost of hiring a car transport company to move your vehicle. To get the amount you will spend if you drive yourself, add the cost of fuel, accommodation, food and car storage. You should be aware that long-distance driving comes with too many uncertainties. Your car could break down in the middle of nowhere, and you could spend more than double your budget.

The cost of shipping a car could be slightly higher than driving, but rarely will you spend more than the quote given by the shipping company. If you provide accurate information on the quote form, you should not expect the amount to change at the end of the shipping process.

When filling out the quote form, a company like A-1 Auto Transport will ask you to provide your location, destination, type of car and auto shipping option.


Long-distance driving is not easy. It requires a lot of planning and effort. Spending a whole day alone on the road is tiring and could take a toll on your health, especially when the journey involves driving through regions with poor road conditions.

On the other hand, hiring an auto shipping company does not require too much effort. Once you have identified a carrier company that meets your needs, the booking process will not take more than two hours. After that, you should expect a notification informing you to pick up your car at the agreed destination.



Your safety is a factor you cannot ignore, even if you are a long-distance driving enthusiast. Before any journey, research the safety of the routes you will take to arrive at your destination. Imagine your motor vehicle developing mechanical problems in the middle of a thick forest or a park.

Shipping is your only solution if there are many attack cases or theft on the route you intend to use. Car transport companies have put numerous safety measures to ensure your automobile arrives at the destination in the best condition possible.

How To Ship A Car

Perhaps it's your first time shipping a car and you are unfamiliar with auto shipping. In the beginning, you may find the process complicated, but after you ship once or twice, you will find the process seamless.

First, identify a carrier company that meets your needs. Compare the companies you find online against their insurance, services offered, rates and customer reviews. Apart from shipping rates, research on the quality of services and the shipping company's reputation.

After comprehensive research, you should have quotes from potential shippers. Call the company representative to confirm if what is indicated on the company website reflects what the shipping company offers. If you are satisfied with your conversation with the car transport company, you can make the payment to confirm your booking.

The company's agents will guide you on how you can prepare your vehicle for shipping and the appropriate shipping date. The shipping process is as simple as that!

Professional Willis Car Transport With A-1 Auto Transport

Now that you know what car shipping is all about and how the process occurs, you will not find any difficulties choosing the right company to move your car. A-1 Auto Transport has one of the best reputations in the auto transport industry. We have been shipping cars nationwide for more than two decades.

Our carrier trucks are modernly equipped to ensure your car(s) arrive at Willis safely and without delays. You can complete the booking process online and if you have any concerns, reach out to us using the contacts displayed on our website.


How Long Does It Take to Ship a Motor Vehicle?

It depends on the transportation distance. For instance, it takes five to ten days to ship a car to a 500-mile distance. However, external factors like traffic jams and harsh weather conditions could push forward the delivery date.

Is It Cheaper to Ship a Car?

On average, the cost of shipping is slightly higher than driving. However, long-distance driving comes with too many uncertainties, and you could spend more than you would have spent shipping a car.

Can I Lose My Car During Shipping?

No. If you work with a duly registered car transport company, there is zero chance of you losing your car during shipping. Before signing any deal with the auto shipping company, ensure they have all the required licenses to offer auto shipping services.

Can My Car Get Damaged During Transport?

Reputable car shipping companies have put measures to ensure your vehicle arrives at the destination in the best possible condition. But in the unlikely event that your car is damaged during shipping, the carrier company's insurance policy will cover all damages.

What Do I Consider When Choosing a Car Transport Company?

Factors to help you select a good carrier company include insurance policy, reputation, website outlook and shipping rates. You can also check the rating of the shipping company on the Better Business Bureau(BBB) website.


Willis Neighborhood Areas We Serve

Our auto transport services are proud to help with your move in any of the neighborhoods you see below. And if you don't see your neighborhood listed here, don't worry because we can most likely service it.

North Bell StreetCampbell StreetCochran Street
Mill Street

Willis includes ZIP codes:

77318, 77378

Popular Shipping Routes

No matter the destination, we're ready for your next move.
Here's our most popular routes from Willis, TX, 77318, USA

Willis to New York, New York
Willis to Los Angeles, California
Willis to Chicago, Illinois
Willis to Houston, Texas
Willis to Phoenix, Arizona
Willis to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Willis to San Antonio, Texas
Willis to San Diego, California
Willis to Dallas, Texas
Willis to San Jose, California
Willis to Austin, Texas
Willis to Jacksonville, Florida
Willis to Fort Worth, Texas
Willis to Columbus, Ohio
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Willis to Charlotte, North Carolina
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Willis to Denver, Colorado
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Willis to Winston–Salem, North Carolina
Willis to Chesapeake, Virginia
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Joe Webster began his journey in the auto transport field by attending the University of Southern California (USC), where he graduated with a Bachelor of Business Marketing. 

After college, he started his career in the auto transport industry from the bottom up and has done virtually every job there is to do at A-1 Auto Transport, including but not limited to: Truck Driver, Dispatch, Sales, PR, Bookkeeping, Transport Planner, Transport Manager, International Transport Manager, Brokering, Customer Service, and Marketing. Working with his mentor Tony Taylor, Joe Webster has learned the ins and outs of this industry which is largely misunderstood. 

With over 30 years experience in the industry, we've been helping people ship their vehicles, motorcycles, RV's, heavy equipment, household goods and more across the country or overseas without a hitch. Ask us anything.

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