State To State Towing has become one of the most respected enclosed State To State Towing companies around. Our ratings will prove that! Enclosed Auto Shipping is not something that should be left to amateurs. Years of experience at enclosed Auto Transport have taught us that there are some questions that first timers have about enclosed Auto Shipping. The following is a list of the questions we get asked the most about enclosed Auto Shipping. As always if the question you have is not listed, you can call our office and speak with one of our Auto Transport representatives.
It depends where you are going! We like a couple weeks notice for any enclosed Auto Shipping. Obviously, the best would be to call us now and let us give you an enclosed Vehicle Shipping quote and speak with our enclosed Auto Transport team.
It depends. At State To State Towing our prices are competitive and are determined by vehicle size, where it is going, the time of year and the cost of fuel.You should know that enclosed Vehicle Shipping does cost more than open State To State Towing.
Auto Shipping times differ depending on distance between pick-up and delivery and how many additional vehicles are with your shipment. There are other variable to factor in that we don’t have any control over such as weather conditions, traffic, and breakdowns.
Typically, coast-to-coast Auto Shipping takes an average of 8 to 14 days. Most North to South Auto Transport takes 3 to 6 days. State To State Towing will keep you updated during the whole State To State Towing process.
No. State To State Towing companies require it because the law says so. In fact, the US Department of Transportation can give up to a $10,000 fine for a Auto Shipping that does not abide by this.
Yes. State To State Towing companies are supposed to carry insurance, but the insurance has a lot of fine print that you should look over before Auto Shipping that eliminates them from liability. The more insurance the better. You can request a copy of insurance before transport.
Yes, you or someone that you trust!
State To State Towing is safe, especially when you are doing enclosed Auto Shipping! Occasionally, damage does occur. In the unlikely event, make sure to note the damage during inspection and contact your State To State Towing company ASAP.
State To State Towing companies are supposed to carry insurance for issues, but the insurance has a lot of fine print that you should look over before Auto Shipping that eliminates them from liability. The more insurance the better. You can request a copy of their insurance before transport.
Yes, you can, but it will be extra. Obviously, delays can happen because of circumstances our of our control like weather, breakdown and construction. When these delays happen you be notified!
As always, to find our more information about Hawaii Auto Shipping or to speak to a Hawaii Auto Transport representative, fill out a Hawaii Vehicle Shipping form and our office will call you!