Monday, May 14, 2012

Your car stays on the truck for the duration of transport

This is something that a lot of people get confused about, and for good reason too. With all the different cars being picked up, delivered, and transported, how does your car manage to stay on the auto transport truck for the entire length of the trip? It’s a simple process, really. The trucks that ship vehicles are typically ten-car carriers, which mean that they can haul up to ten cars at any given time. Now, the balancing act that these drivers constantly show is amazing indeed, as they are continually juggling eight, nine, and sometimes even a complete truckload, going back and forth across the country.
It’s a difficult job, to be sure, but these drivers handle it with the utmost care and delicacy. From the moment your car is picked up, it goes on its slot on the truck and it doesn’t budge. It will not move, no matter what the circumstances, and truck drivers have to know exactly what their routes are going to be – sometimes months in advance! – for this to be true. So you can rest assured that the truck driver is not out gallivanting around with your vehicle like the parking garage tenants in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.
Auto shipping is by far the safest way to move your car across the country, so don’t be afraid to call around and ask questions. Auto shippers always love hearing from potential customers, and they’ll do their best to answer any and all questions you may have regarding the shipment of your automobile. Any questions you may have, they can answer for you, from the ridiculous to the fantastical.

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