Motorcycle transport takes place when a customer does not want to drive their motorcycle across the country. The reasoning could have to do with the potential weather you will travel through. It could also have to do with unwanted debris flying at you and your bike, or how long of a drive it is. Moving…

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Auto transport is a tricky subject when you think about payment. In most scenarios, a customer pays a deposit fee to the broker handling the dispatch to the driver in the form of various payment means. The rest of the cost, however, is paid to the driver and the car carrier company the customer is…

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Have you ever wondered why the driver tasked with bringing you your vehicle is a day or more late? Well, the reason could be because truck drivers are made to follow a specific guideline for the hours they can travel before getting off the road. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, or FMCSA, is very…

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So, you have decided to go to Disneyland for some much-needed magical fun in the sun with your family. Or perhaps you are heading to Miami, Florida for spring break with your college roommates. The only thing keeping you stressed is how you are going to get around once you reach your destination. Why rent…

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bill-of-lading

A bill is a schedule of costs for services supplied or to be supplied. Lading is derived from the verb lade, which means to load a cargo onto a ship or other form of transport. The terms together mean nothing more than a schedule of goods to be loaded onto a form of transport. The…

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Choosing the right car shipping company means doing a lot of research. You want to ship your vehicle, but you don’t want to book with a scammer. Knowing the best ways to research a company’s services, trustworthiness and prices helps you to choose the right auto transport company that best fits your needs. There are…

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There are many reasons to transport a vehicle across the country. Maybe you’re getting married to your college sweetheart and you are moving to their home state. Maybe you’re getting a new job that is relocating you from Ohio to California. You could also be buying a brand-new car from a car dealership in Washington,…

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Of course it happens in the pre-dawn darkness, on a winter’s day when you’re late for work. You grind the starter button, but all you get in return are a few faint clicks.  With the aid of a neighbor’s car and a set of jumper cables, you can jump start that dead battery. You will…

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So, your car is getting ready to go on a transport carrier—or it’s just come off one. Either way, you’re going to want to clean your car. Whether day-to-day driving has put it in a state of griminess that you don’t want to see transported, or open-car transport has exposed it to dust and wind,…

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 This is not your father’s Oldsmobile We’ve all had the 3,000-mile oil change drilled into our heads by dads and mechanics. But cars – and oil – have changed. According to the car site Edmunds.com, oil chemistry and engine technology have improved to the point that most cars can go several thousand more miles before…

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