Originally Posted by Jguida
Anyone shipped theirs across the country? I'm doing so in a couple months and wanted to know if you had any advice??
I have shipped a car cross country. I made sure it was a enclosed trailer it cost a little bit more but it is worth it. I saw a Shelby the last of June on a regular trailer and it was covered in ice and snow and anything else the road had on it.
1 Take Pictures of the car from every angle
2 Make sure the driver that takes it away gives you a copy of the inspection sheet and make sure it is right cause it is hard to prove different.
3 Empty the glove box and take anything that can disappear out of the car
4 Record the mileage and the amount of gas and keep it with you have the person taken the car sign it if they do not do it themselves.
I would take off the lower air dams so they wont get beat up because some kid drove it onto the truck to fast. Also if you can get a straight though carrier and no switching of trailers would even be better.
Are you military moving or?