How Much Does it Cost to Ship a Car

Car shipping rates are difficult to understand unless you work in the industry. But are they really? In fact all the components that go into auto transport quotes surprisingly make sense. Let me explain, the same trip to be planned in February or in June would have largely differing quotes. It makes sense when you think about how many people do not care to relocate in the winter when weather conditions make it more difficult and the kids are still in school. The average person shipping a car may not think about that.

So here are some things to think about when considering car shipping rates:

  • Make, Model, Year and Condition
  • Vehicle weight & size
  • Distance to be Shipped
  • Origin and destination (accessibility to pick up and drop off areas, areas are located along a center route)
  • National or International (duties, taxes and red tape)
  • Time (Seasonal, Transit Time, Instructions to Store)
  • Shipping method (Door to Door, Terminal to Terminal, Open or Closed Carrier and/or Special Handling Instructions)
  • Operational Vehicle or In-Operational
  • Enclosed Transport for $1250

This is why choosing to get 5 rates from AutoTransportQuote.Com saves clients time and money. We do all the research for you and ensure you’re getting the lowest possible rate, from the most reliable car transporter.

Car Shipping Rates for March 2014


  • California to Miami for $745
  • California to New York for $995
  • Texas to Florida for $550
  • California to Illinois for $850
  • Florida to Washington for $1200
  • Georgia to Nevada for $999
  • Alabama to Oregon for $1199
  • Virginia to Utah for $1295
  • New York to Florida for $750
  • Florida to Northeast for $650

The example shipping rates above are based on current rates excepted by drivers in these areas. Type of car and distance from major highways may change these prices. For an exact quote call 866-649-5827 . We are open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week for your convienience.


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