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Car Shipping Guidelines

Car Shipping GuidelinesIf you are in need of moving your vehicle, then using a professional car shipping company can be a great way to handle the situation. You can spare yourself a lot of lost time and nerves as well as possible damage to your vehicle if you turn to using such a company. They will handle the entirety of the move for you, protecting and transferring your vehicle to its new destination.

The following tips will give you an idea how you can prepare for a move of this kind:

 

  • Make sure you check the vehicle for any and all damage before you decide to ship it. If you bought this vehicle second-hand, then you will also need to pay attention to any possible damage that may have happened to it before you owned it, so check its documentation for such cases. Take photos of the vehicle from all angles, so you can verify its condition before you give it to the car shipping company. You can keep this for your records for future reference.
  • You must remember to remove your personal possessions from the vehicle, as they will not only get in the way during transport, but may also end up damaged or missing. Companies cover the vehicle’s safety but not the contents of the vehicle itself so make sure you take those with you instead of leaving them in the car. Remove all electronics such as radios, DVD players, GPS systems and anything else that wasn’t part of the vehicle when you got it or can easily be removed. Personal documents, parking passes, toll tags and anything else that is personal should all go without question.
  • There are a few things you need to do in terms of maintaining your vehicle before you move it. This means making sure you have the tires inflated right, recharging the car battery if need be, also making sure all fluids are filled as well. Your gas tank should have no more than a quarter of fuel so you won’t have to pay extra for its weight. Check for any other possible issues such as leaks, minor damage or anything else mechanical that needs to be fixed or changed before your car sets on the road to its new destination.
  • You should focus on the final preparations as well, as they should not be ignored even though they are easy to deal with. This means things like folding the mirrors, antenna and speciality items such as spoilers, fog lights and other similar parts of the car that may end up damaged. In all cases you should make sure you turn off the alarm system so the car won’t start blaring it as soon as the company tries to move it. Suffice it to say this would create a good deal of problems if you are already on the way to your new home and not there on site.

 

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