Auto Transport FAQS
Interested in learning more about the process of Auto Transport. Check out our FAQS (Frequently Asked Questions) for everything you need to know. If you don’t find an answer to your question, contact our Auto Transport Agent for more information.
What is Auto Transport?
Auto Transportation is the process of moving a vehicle from one place to another through the means of an Auto Carrier.
What is an Auto Carrier?
An Auto Carrier is a specifically designed truck and trailer that hauls vehicles. Auto Carriers come in various sizes, from a 1 car carrier up to 10 cars at a time. Auto Carriers may be an open air carrier or an enclosed car carrier.
Whats the difference between Open Air Carrier & Enclosed Car Carrier?
An Open Carrier, or Open Air Carrier is the same type of Carrier that most dealerships use when transporting their vehicles. They are open and exposed to the elements and the weather. An Enclosed Car Carrier is either a soft side or hard side enclosed. It provides an added level of protection for Auto Transport, keeping your vehicle from being exposed to poor weather conditions.
How long does Auto Transport take?
Depending on the particular Auto Transport Route, it could vary. Distance is the main factor, here is a simple guide to give you and idea.
- Coast to Coast – Usually 7-10 days
- Midwest to Coast – Usually 3-5 days
- North to South – Usually 3-5 days
- South to North – Usually 3-5 days