Automobile Relocation – Vehicle Transportation – Car Movers
When you are moving, its stressful enough to find someone to move your belongings and than to have to figure out what to do with that second car.
If driving two cars to your new home is not an option or maybe you are moving overseas and can not drive to your new home, one of your options when moving is to have your car shipped with an auto mover. Timing is everything and scheduling the auto move can be challenging and complex and sometimes an overwhelming overwhelming undertaking.
Using a specialized automotive transporter is the least expensive method and most popular way to transport your vehicle. The main benefit of using a auto-transporter is that apart from the cost, door-to-door delivery is possible in most situations.
We recommend contacting Bonnie at Mirliss Auto Relocation Service at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her directly at 1-855-366-1222. Bonnie has over 25 years of experience in the auto shipping business and can transport your vehicle anywhere in the country.
Important Facts When Shipping Your vehicle **
**Carrier will not be liable for any of the following:
- Personal property, baggage or valuables shipped in the vehicle or responsible for loss or damage to such items and/or damages to vehicle if it is broken into for same.
- Mechanical and electronic functions, exhaust assembly, alignment, suspension or tuning of engine or undercarriage damage, as inspection of these items is not practical at time of shipment.
- Costs or expenses, including towing or repair charges, resulting from malfunction of auto.
- Auto rental accruals.
- Loss or damage of any kind to radio equipment that is not original equipment, C.B., radar detectors, etc.
- Damage to any car that we cannot drive on or off the transporter under its own power and that is not in good running condition (including brakes and parking gear.)
- Minor chips and scratches caused by highway gravel.
- Damage caused by leaking fluids, battery acid, cooling systems antifreeze solutions, industrial fallouts or fallout resulting from acts of God.
- Damage caused by freezing of cooling systems and/or batteries. Protection from freezing will be furnished by and at the expense of the shipper.
- Shipper is totally responsible for preparing vehicle for shipment. All loose parts, fragile or protruding accessories, low hanging spoilers, antennas, etc. must be removed and/or properly secured. Any part of the vehicle that falls off in transit is the shipper’s responsibility, including damages caused by said part.