am shipping a vehicle on an open sided auto transport carrier to upstate New
York where it has been snowing heavily for the last two weeks,
any advice as to how to protect it during auto delivery?
A. Your car is more protected on open
auto transport carriers then if you were driving it yourself. This is because
it is the car shipping carriers truck's undercarriage that is being exposed to any
salt, sand or loose rocks that might be on the road because
of the bad weather or other dreadful road conditions.
most important thing to do to minimize bad weather damage
to your vehicle is to wash the automobile as often in the winter
months as you do in the summer months. Keeping in mind to
never throw hot water on a cold windshield and to unlock the
vehicle so the locks don’t freeze.
reason why many people choose the enclosed auto transport carriers is because
its like shipping your vehicle while it’s still in the garage.
However the additional $300 or so that an enclosed auto transport carriers
would cost will go along way towards paying for those weekly
Carl Dautolly and Auto-Car-Transport.com stress that you
should re ask all questions or concerns to the car shipping broker or
auto transport company that does the actual delivery. Carl
Dautolly and Auto-Car-Transport.com do not take any responsibility
for the transporting information that is supplied.
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