How To Ship A Vehicle That Does Not Run
Are you looking to sell a vehicle that isn't running? You can enjoy a smooth and easy transport experience with just a little preparation. This is what you need to know about shipping a vehicle that has stopped running.
Is my car a non-running vehicle?
Car carriers will consider your vehicle non-running if it doesn't work at all or runs but not safely and effectively. While some carriers will not ship a vehicle that hasn't been running for a fee, others may charge an additional fee. Car shipping companies charge an extra fee that averages between $50 and $200. Are you looking to sell a classic car and transport it? A car broker will help you find the perfect vehicle for your needs.
Preparing Your Vehicle
Before you make a decision, it is important to get multiple quotes from shipping companies. Many auto transport companies don't offer enclosed transportation - it is essential to store a vehicle that isn't running. Ask for quotes from several companies to see if they have the equipment necessary to handle a non-running car. How much does shipping cost? Are there any other hidden charges? What additional information is required to prepare your vehicle for shipping?
It can be difficult to find the right company if you try to do it yourself. Move Car will do the hard work for you. You'll only get the best carriers if they are weeded out. For a free consultation, contact us today!