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#80 of 111 Re: Car Transport Companies [torpman]
Mar 26, 2007 (11:10 am)
you may want to check out http://www.haulingdepot.com they were able to find me a reasonable quote as well as a reliable transporter
#81 of 111 Re: Car Transport Companies [mmadox]
by Kirstie@Edmunds HOST
Mar 26, 2007 (11:31 am)
Who ended up being your transporter? Sorry for asking, but that link has been posted several times by brand-new members, which, without posting any specific information makes it look like a "shill" and not a post from a legitimately satisfied customer.
#87 of 111 Re: Terry [red927]
Feb 11, 2008 (3:02 pm)
his car was picked up on time and delivered on time with no damage?
he was lucky
#88 of 111 Re: Car Transport Companies [stevo12]
Feb 11, 2008 (3:04 pm)
BBB is definitely a good idea. Another is to work directly with the company that is transporting your car. I sell parts to the guys who run the big rigs, and you simply would not believe what goes on-- brokers charge to pick up a car, then string along a trucker for months at a time.
#89 of 111 Re: Car Transport Companies [torpman]
May 01, 2008 (9:38 am)
I certainly understand what you are talking about with heavily biased and unreliable online autoshipping reviews. One really has to put their time in not to get scammed. Anyways, I think I may be able to help you get some quality quotes and companies, scam free.
After about two weeks of diligent research, I think I found the best auto shipping quote website. Personally, I need to ship my Volvo from CT to CO in a few weeks and have been woeful about making a decision. But not so much anymore.
As a result of how hard it was for me to find a good site and good company I wrote a post on an autoshipping blog with some useful information, and in it there is a quick paragraph about my favorite autotransport website along with a link to them.
Check it out: AutoShippingForU Blog
Good luck sir.