Debunking The Myths Of Shipping Cars

There are a lot of misconceptions in car shipping. For starters, many consumers think that it’s cheaper to ship their car from terminal to terminal instead of a pick up from their door and delivery to their new door. While each case is different, it’s typically the same cost for both options meaning that you… Read more »

The First Thing a Buyer Looks at on a Used Vehicle…

As you know, the higher the mileage on a vehicle, the less desirable it will be in the market place. People see vehicles with higher mileage as sources of higher liability and headaches. And for the most part, they are correct. Components of a vehicle break down with every mile passing under those tires. When… Read more »

Lower Gas Prices & Effects on Shipping Prices

Nationwide gasoline prices have been decreasing in significant amounts. In some states, you can now get a gallon of gas for less than $2.00. This always begs the question what will happen to pricing across gasoline-dependent industries. As the petroleum industry itself suffers and struggles to turn profits across the globe, it’s natural for consumers… Read more »

Shipping Across International Borders? No Worries

If you’re moving across international borders and having you car shipped, its natural to be apprehensive. After all, we all hear horror stories of families moving and trying to cross the border only to have problems with customs. Crossing the border just for the weekend can be nerve-racking let alone with a van full of… Read more »

Road Salt Detrimental to Your Car

If you are in more northern climates, you are without a doubt familiar with road salt. Municipalities and towns apply salt to the roads to melt snow and ice. But the costly side effects are more than most drivers bargained for. During the winter months, its inevitable salt will get on your car. It’s all… Read more »

Car Shipping over Road-Tripping Best for Resale

It’s rare a car makes for a good investment, especially if it’s used on a regular basis for personal use. Most drivers use their cars as a means of transport from a-to-b, spilling coffee and food in it all along the way, especially if they have kids. But for those looking to protect their cars… Read more »

The Science behind Securing Your Vehicle in Transport

Vehicle transporters have to meet stringent DHS (Department of Highway Safety) and FHA (Federal Highway Administration) regulations. After all they haul up to 30 tons at a time, in addition to the curb weight of up to 20 tons. That is a lot of weight with what mostly private enterprises can put the general public…. Read more »

Self Driving Cars: a Threat to the Industry?

Imagine walking out your door and getting in your vehicle, you then type in the location you would like to go to and you car merges into traffic. You can now sit back and relax as your driving vehicle does all the work for you. It may be reminiscent of a cartoon you used to… Read more »