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      06-20-2012, 06:09 PM   #1
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I am trying to get a car from coast to coast. Anyone have any experience with freight or trucking companies?
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      06-20-2012, 09:28 PM   #2
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Cheap will be DAS and they will treat your car like shit. Will never use them again.

Good and reliable will be Intercity Lines. They will put a car cover inside the sealed transporter. Very reputable.
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call charlie at mercury auto transport he did a great job for me!

954-239-1780

http://www.mercuryautotransport.com/2009/
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Cheap will be DAS and they will treat your car like shit. Will never use them again.

Good and reliable will be Intercity Lines. They will put a car cover inside the sealed transporter. Very reputable.
+1 on Intercity Lines, but I've heard a couple stories about them too. I guess there's really no 100% guarantee, but you get what you pay for with auto transport services.
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You get what you pay for. I've used a few different companies with varied results, but at all cost avoid companies that will broker your car (load) out to other (3rd party) carriers. 'Cause if something goes wrong- you'll have a hellava time finding the person(s) responsible.


(I'm a Dispatcher for a trucking company so I know first hand.)
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