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05/19/2013
By: david_prewitt
Door to Door Auto Transport
Door To Door Transportation was great! I had to ship my car to IL in a short period of time and they got it done. The customer service people were great and very helpful. They were honest about the auto transport industry and directed me to a consumer review website so that I could make an informed decision about which company to use (whether or not I chose them). The pick up and drop off was on time and easy. If had to ship my car again, I would choose Door To Door Auto Transport.
05/19/2013
By: jenniferhansel
Door to Door Auto Transport
I have a classic car which I have in pristine shape. I chose Door to Door for an enclosed carrier service from Austin TX to Florida. I got a reasonable quote, but was more concerned with the handling of my vehicle. At the end, I was very happy to receive my car in excellent condition and on time as they promised. I highly recommend them and thank them for being patient with me and my nervousness. My sweet car was delivered safe and sound. Thanks again.
01/04/2017
By: Chris A.
Allways Discount Auto Transport LLC
I was skeptical, especially after my last transport. Allways Discount Auto Transport made my move from NY to Pompano Beach great. They even picked me up at the airport in my newly washed vehicle. I will allways use them and will definite recommend them to my friends and family.
02/13/2013
By: muilinkoh
Auto Transport Center
Very good experience with such speedy and efficient service. The company gave very honest advice and quotation without hidden costs.I will recommend to all my friends
09/09/2013
By: qmanchoo29
Door to Door Auto Transport
We had some bumps in the road, but in the end Door to Door honored the original quote and delivered the vehicles to the destination required.
Tips & Advices
The location of a vehicle can be monitored during transport. Many auto transport companies offer tracking services that allow for monitoring a car's journey via their website. If a company doesn't offer online tracking, an owner can receive updates on the vehicle's progress and location by calling the auto transport company.
With open car transport, your car is typically moved from one location to the next on an open car hauler. Open car transport is often the less-expensive option, but it leaves the vehicle susceptible to damage from traffic and the weather. Still, know that damage is rarely incurred with open car transport. With enclosed car transport, your vehicle is shipped in a boxed trailer. This shipping method is often used to transport luxury cars, antique vehicles, and pricey specialty cars.
To prepare a car for transport, take photos of the vehicle, and identify any preexisting damage. Later, this will help assess if the vehicle has been damaged in transit. In addition to removing personal items, car owners should remove or disable the car's alarm system, and remove custom products and add-ons like DVD players and GPS systems to avoid theft. Fold in the vehicle's side mirrors, and remove the antenna.  Have an extra set of keys, so you don't have to give the carrier your only set. Finally, make sure the gas tank has roughly a quarter tank of fuel.  A full fuel tanks adds excess weight, but they’ll need to be some gas in the tank so the car can be driven to and from the shipping facility.
Your car cannot be packed with belongings while it is being transported. The Department of Transportation bans carriers from shipping cars that are loaded with household items. If a carrier breaks this law, it might be levied with a fine of up to $10,000.
Auto transport companies have insurance that is designed to provide reimbursement if damage to a car occurs during transit. If you believe your car has been damaged during transport, it's important to promptly notify the auto transport company, since some companies only allow 30 days to file a claim.

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