Auto transport is something most people don’t even think about sometimes. Its often thought of as too expensive but when you consider fuel hotels and time, its a very easy way to transport your vehicle from a to b. We can help with anything auto transport as well as vehicle purchase and many other things
Houston Auto Shipping has trucks going out everyday from Texas to Florida. Auto Transport Texas to Florida is one of our most popular routes. Auto Transport Texas to Florida takes 2-4 days depending on the area. Pricing starts around 500.00 and are door to door with 100% insurance coverage.
Auto Transport Texas to Florida is most popular starting with Houston, Dallas and San Antonio because of population. Other cities along these routes will usually share the same costs. Auto Transport Texas to Florida delivery cities are most popular with Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando for the same reason.
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We you ship a vehicle is always best from a major city to a major city. With that said there’re none more popular then Houston. Well that might be a stretch but its on our top five. Many routes go right through Houston so there’re many trucks looking for cars to fill trailer spots. Auto Shipping to Houston is easier and more common for this reason. Auto Shipping to Houston is also affordable because of this.
Lets back up a bit… when Auto Shipping to Houston the biggest thing we should be talking about is the access. What we mean by that is i-10 is east to west the most traveled road in the country(well we think anyway). Many transports from coast to coast will most always pass Houston if its going say Los Angeles to Miami. Auto Shipping to Houston will fall in line with all transports along this route.
Some divers will fine equal paying loads along this route and drive with a empty spot and find the same paying load from Houston than they would in Miami or Los Angeles along their route.
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Thanks for visiting our auto shipping website. If you’re browsing around and found yourself here you might be shipping a vehicle to or from Hawaii. We ship vehicles nationwide including Hawaii. Auto shipping to Hawaii can be difficult when choose the wrong company. We can help make the process easy.
Shipping to or from Hawaii is easy as long as you choose the right company to handle it for you. Some companies will get you in the door with a low rate and at the end they will end up charging more. All our quotes are final cost and we’ll inform you on what to expect as far as delivery goes. We hope you use our Hawaii Auto Shipping services in the near future.
Example Rate: 2007 Mini Cooper from Houston, TX to Honolulu, HI(port) 2250.00
Hawaii’s natural scenery, warm tropical climate, abundance of public beaches, oceanic surroundings, and active volcanoes make it a popular destination for tourists. Hawaii’s climate is typical for the tropics, although temperatures and humidity tend to be a bit less extreme due to near-constant trade winds from the east. Summer highs are usually in the upper 80s °F, during the day and mid 70s, at night. Winter day temperatures are usually in the low to mid 80s, and seldom dipping below the mid 60s at night.
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Dealers Trade Vehicles
When dealers possess certain types of cars that they are having trouble selling, or are just not up to date with the models and image they are trying to convey, the smart thing to do is go for a “dealer trade.” This is especially true if you are looking to get rid of several vehicles while acquiring several new ones at the same time. The way it works is that one dealer contacts a bunch of other dealers and lets them know what cars he/she is looking to sell and what cars they are looking to buy. The dealer usually gets a variety of responses; some prices too high, some reasonable. This process is performed continuously until the dealer finds others willing to trade the cars they want for the cars they are looking to swap. Once this is done, the transaction is processed quite fluidly and the cars are transported between dealerships, leaving everyone happy.
For dealer trade car transport, call Houston Auto Shipping (281) 407-2720
If a dealer does not want to participate in a dealer trade, their other option is to place all the unwanted cars on sale at a discounted price and hope that they are all purchased in a reasonable amount of time. This allows them to alter or update their inventory in a fashion that will positively impact sales revenue. Now, if you are a dealer and you are trying to get rid of, say, 23 cars, obviously this strategy is inadequate. But, if you are just looking to get rid of a handful of cars, then perhaps this may work. Once those cars are sold, you can attempt to buy the vehicles you are interested in acquiring with that capital. Yet, at this point, dealers may find they’ve come up short because of the bold price cuts they had to make to get their cars all sold in a reasonable time period. Since it is more common for a dealer to trade over five cars at a time, a large dealer trade is commonly the most efficacious manner in which to pursue the transaction anyway.
Other than circumventing the aforementioned troubles paired with not utilizing a dealer trade, the process produces several inherent benefits. First of all, dealer trades are completed without the marginal price increases by which car dealers make their living. This is because dealers engaging in a trade share similar knowledge and experience and are dealing on the basis of private sale value versus retail pricing. Second, car dealerships tend to bring to the table more buying power by virtue of the fact that they are a business and not an individual. Generally speaking, when more capital is brought to the table, the buyer (or trader) saves. The idea is – spend more, save more. Third, in doing business with dealers, every aspect of the trade is typically easier and more reliable. Dealers tend to get cold feet less and understand more about the sales contracts and procedures already. Plus, they almost always pay and/or trade in their goods on time. This means less dead time during which neither dealer can sell the cars they are trading. The faster the trade occurs, the faster the sales occur, and the faster a dealer’s profits rise.
Dealer Trade Solutions
If you are an auto dealer that trades vehicles, we offer dealer trade solutions for ensuring your carriers treat your shipping as a business-to-business transaction. Call Houston Auto Shipping and setup a B2B auto transporter relationship and save on every exchange you participate in!
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We want to make your shipping experience as easy and transparent as possible. So, in general, here is what you can expect from us through the process.
Our goal is to get you the lowest rate we possibly can while ensuring that your car is going to be able to be moved efficiently. There are a number of factors however that will affect the amount you are quoted. These include market conditions, the location of your vehicle and the time frame you would like it delivered in.
We want to move your vehicle as close to the time frame that is convenient for you as possible. However, there are a number of different factors that determine this as well, mainly your geographical location. Shipments from a large city to a large city are easier to move than shipments to and from rural locales and they can generally be moved cheaper as well. The reason for this is simple, there are just more carriers that operate in and around large cities.
When it comes time for your vehicle to be picked up, the driver will call the shipping representative ahead of time to be sure that you are prepared for him. The driver will do a quick inspection of your vehicle and have some paperwork for the shipper to sign as he takes possession of the vehicle. Once he picks the vehicle we ask that you make your deposit to us. Some orders don’t require deposits . We’ll cover more about the payment below.
At any point during the time of your vehicle’s transport, should you have any questions, we have customer service representatives by the phone ready to answer any questions you may have about your vehicle’s status. Rest assured however, that we use only the highest rated carriers and we ensure that they’re licensed, insured, and bonded.
When your vehicle gets close to reaching the destination, the driver will call the receiving party to ensure a time that fits into their schedule. Once a time has been set up and the vehicle reaches the destination, the driver will unload it off the truck and do another inspection with the receiving party to check for any damage that may have happened in transit. It is at this point that you pay the driver for their services.
Many carriers will force you to pay a deposit up front before your car is even moved and they’ll keep it even if they can’t move your vehicle at the price they originally quoted you. We never charge your deposit until after your vehicle is picked up. We are set up to take your payment in an assortment of ways which are convenient to you, including: Cash, Credit or Debit Card, Money Order and Invoicing for Major Dealerships .
Most of the time the payments to the carrier are made once the car is delivered. It’s a good idea to know the payment methods that the carrier accepts in advance as the may vary from carrier to carrier. So when you speak to the driver be sure to ask him which methods of payment his company accepts.
The vast majority of vehicle transports go on without any problems. However, should you have any issues or concerns about your transport we are standing by to help you resolve them. So please if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call us.
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