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Also verify what insurance coverage of transporter applies to. Whenever a transporter takes possession of a vehicle there will be an "Origin Inspection Report" generated. This is your testament to condition of car when it was turned over for transportation. Be sure to inspect it closely upon arrival at destination point.
In many cases, transporters only require a couple weeks notice that you are looking for shipment of you car. Depending on grade of service you want for your classic, transporter can then make arrangements.
It is normal for transporters to give shipment windows rather than exact dates for pick up or arrival, however, if one does give you exact dates make sure that you have it in writing.
Always review transporters records, offers and what guarantees they offer. If something seems unclear or uneasy about their business practices, then definitely don't entrust them with your vehicle.
Make sure to go over your transportation contract carefully, especially if you are shipping a classic car in pristine condition. There are any numbers of larger and smaller transportation companies that specialize in transportation of these beauties.
Ultimately, everyone wants to get from his or her origin to destination point. With a little judicious review and good questioning, you can find transporter for your classic car that matches your needs, your wants and your budget. =========================================================== Discover vital information and advice about car and auto transport services. Find out what you must do, and what you must not do. Click http://www.auto-transport-101.com/classic-car-transport.html
Nick Telford regularly buys new cars from across the country, and gets them transported home. Now he's written a series of articles giving his experiences, good & bad, of how to use car transport services.