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” Our east coast car transportation services cater to all sorts of clients and are tailor-made to suit each customer’s specifics such as time, costs, and distances to be shipped. Roger processes the shipping permits and secondary contingency insurance very fast where consignments such as this BMW are involved… 

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Expedited Shipping of a 2015 BMW 435 along the East Coast

This 4.5 ft. high 2015 BMW 435 sedan was shipped from Hanover, Maryland, to Miramar, Florida, by Roger from AutoTransport.com. The ‎4,760-pound car was 15.2 ft. long and required immediate shipping on our versatile open car carrier trailer for this 1,080-mile journey. 

Roger was in Maryland, and he did an onsite valuation plus pick up, from a US army base in Hanover.

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Our east coast car transportation services cater to all sorts of clients and are tailor-made to suit each customer’s specifics such as time, costs, and distances to be shipped. Roger processes the shipping permits and secondary contingency insurance very fast where consignments such as this BMW are involved.

He then relinquished the load to expert rig operators who incorporate speed with extra safety. 

Filing A Claim

  1. Damages during car transportation are rare. However, if they happen, you should be able to file a claim to help you bear the financial burden at hand. You will need to do a lot of detailed documentation when filing a claim. You will also need to show the car’s condition before and after transport. That is why you should always inspect the car before the auto shipping company does it. You should also take clear photos of it.

    Make sure that you contact the shipping company when you notice the damage done to the vehicle after it has arrived at the intended destination. They should fix the problem within the shortest time possible. If they don’t, you can file a claim against them via Better Business Bureau.

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  3. You need to insure your car for transport. It will allow you to get financial support if any damage is done to it while it is being transported. It could be through an accident, theft, or vandalism. The insurance also covers any pedestrians or drivers who are injured at the same time.

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  • > If you would like to know anything more about the car transport services we offer at Auto Transport then call us on (800) 757-7125 or click the link to receive your free quote today.

Natasha Post

Expert in all in things auto-transport. Natasha has been with the company for 3 years and is actively reaching new milestones for the company with her marketing team.

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