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4 Reasons to Have Your Car Shipped
- If you’re moving state to state or moving across the country, you have probably considered auto transport.
- The United States is unique in that it is such a large country, and driving for an entire day in one direction can sometimes only (in some parts of the nation) get you across one state line.
- Maybe you think it’s too expensive to ship your car. Actually, it may be cheaper than all the expenses that come with making a cross-country drive like gas, food, possible maintenance charges and the potential hotel stays when you stop to take a break.
- You won’t have the stress of having to actually drive from one state to another for your intestate state move. You can simply hop a plane and get to your destination within a day.
- Once you have released your vehicle to the moving company, they are liable for any damage which may occur, which means that you’re off the hook as far as paying deductibles to your insurance company if there’s an accident on the road.
4 Considerations Before Writing a Review
- With technology being so prevalent in this day and age, reviews are awesome ways to get the word out about how a moving company acts toward its customers.
- If your movers were awesome, got the job done right, didn’t break anything, and did a great job, leave a positive review!
- If you received subpar service, this is something to note in the review. Moving companies are notified when a customer has given them a review, so this feedback can be useful to them in the future.
- If something went wrong during your move, first ask yourself whether it was an intentional problem or simply a mistake. Accidents happen all the time, so it’s important not to smear a company’s hard-earned good reputation over an accidental misstep.
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