Vehicle Shipping Services – Nationwide
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385.8 square miles
Dallas, as a major city in Texas and a busy hub along the popular car shipping routes, is serviced by hundred of car hauling trucks making it easy to get vehicle shipped quickly and at great rates. With over 7 million people located in the metropolitan area, Dallas car shipping has a lane to almost every major city in the United States and because Dallas’ central location transit times are greatly reduced.
Dallas is the 3rd fastest growing city in the United States with a large group of people moving from the state of California. The state income tax (can be as high as 13%) and high costs of housing are some of the biggest reasons people and companies at large are making the move to Dallas. Thousands of families will be making the move this year, and will have to decide to either drive or ship their vehicles. When it comes to car shipping, most common methods are Open and Enclosed – each with unique advantages. So whether you are shipping the family SUV or an $100,000 exotic there are available options for everything in between. Going with the open car hauler is affordable and can be quicker as dozen of drivers run the CA to TX route. Shipping Open does expose your car to the elements (dirt, rock chips, weather related damage). The Enclosed option will protect the vehicle during transit and will allow for speciality equipment (lift gates, long ramps) if shipping cars low to the ground. Some of the popular lanes out California to Texas originate in Los Angeles and the Bay Area going to cities Dallas, Austin and Houston. Reach out for an instant quote and shipping availability for your move.
How many days does it take to transport my car from Dallas?
It typically takes about 3-5 days to transport a vehicle from Dallas to either Los Angeles, Miami or New York. Transporting to midwestern states from Dallas will take right around 2-3 days. Follow the link to learn more about how long it takes to ship a vehicle.
What happens if my car is damaged when being loaded or in transit?
It is important to thoroughly inspect the vehicle when you accept it and make sure to note it on the inspection report prior to getting the driver’s signature. Taking pictures will also help your case(make sure to have them dated) and the last step is to of course let us know. We are here to provide you with a service and will make sure to take care of you throughout the entire claims process.
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