Cross country transit time is usually 5 to 8 days. Keep in mind the drivers are picking up and delivering 9 vehicles at a time and can only travel 300 to 500 miles per day based on Department of Transportation guidelines.
Yes, every auto carrier we use holds a minimum of $500,000 in cargo insurance. Prior to transporting your vehicle the carrier will perform a thorough inspection with you and document the cars condition. If any new damage is present upon delivery, please notate the damage as insurance companies will not cover any damage that is not noted.
A portion is paid via credit card or debit card to reserve your spot on the carrier, the remaining balance is paid to the carrier upon delivery. Acceptable payment methods upon delivery include cash, cashiers check, or money order.
You are allowed to put under 100 LBS of belongings in the trunk of the vehicle during transport.
Open auto transport is the most common shipping method. Both the tops and sides of the trailers are open and can vary in size from a 1-car flat hauler to an 11-car dual-level car carrier. Open trailers that carry between 8-10 cars are the most common. To learn more, see uncovered / open auto transport >
Enclosed auto transport involves transporting vehicles in trailers that have side walls and roofs. Enclosed car carriers also have climate control inside the trailer so that your vehicle is not subjected large temperature changes. Enclosed carriers are typically used for high-end or showcase vehicles: classic cars, hot rods, luxury vehicles, or vehicles with custom paint jobs. However, anyone can elect to ship their car in an enclosed trailer as this method is not restricted or exclusive. To learn more, see enclosed car shipping >
Founded in 2009, All Day Auto Transport has shipped tens of thousands of vehicles domestically and internationally. By offering reliable and fully insured transportation services, and focusing on delivering exceptional customer service, we’ve grown to be one of the leading auto transportation companies in the U.S.
Yes, just let your transportation coordinator know the vehicle does not run while requesting a quote or setting up the order, and we will have send a car carrier that can winch the your vehicle onto the trailer.