So, you’re planning to move to Hawaii, and relocating to one of the most beautiful states requires some unique planning. One of the things you need to consider is your vehicle (assuming you’ll need transportation to get around). Undoubtedly, with all the other expenses that come with moving to Hawaii, you’re probably running through the numbers and making sure that every decision will be worth the expense.
What do first timers all have in common? They’re prone to making mistakes!
We all make them.
We rely on our logic and try to make sense of how things work. But wouldn’t it be great if we get a head start and learn what not to do? Avoiding the wrong choices only leads us to better chances. That’s why we want to give you our top 4 things not to do for customers who are getting their car shipped for the first time.
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If there’s anything that we can all agree on is that everything goes that much better when you’re prepared. And in an industry where volatility plays a significant role in the logistics of the service, the success of the transport happens when preparation meets opportunity.
Save yourself the trouble and learn from the top 3 do’s and don’ts that we tell our customers over the phone time and time again.
If there’s one thing that we’ve learned about our customers’ obstacles is that few people are able to understand the benefits of outsourcing.
As in most service based industries, tipping is linked to service and the quality of service is usually what we want. Although tipping your driver is optional, it’s nice to let the driver know they did a great job.
So to make the decision easier for you, here are a couple of questions to help you decide whether your driver deserves to be tipped or not:
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A snowbird is someone who likes to travel according to seasonal changes. To be specific, it’s when the person tries to stay in warm weather by traveling to the Sun Belt (the southern states, Mexico or the Caribbean) before winter arrives.
Crazy and severe weather all around the US happens throughout the year. We would like to share what it’s like for our partners, the drivers, who deal with it directly.
You spoke to a transport coordinator and they said they got everything to setup your car transport.
They got a carrier who’s insured, reliable, for a good price and with door to door shipping.
What does door to door service mean?
So you’re trying cut corners and keep it pocket-friendly by doing your research, talking to a couple of carriers and get the best deal to get your car shipped.
While that may seem attractive, making smart choices begin with measuring the risks you take, do you agree?
And it’s true, if you’ve been thinking about googling a couple of details about transporting your vehicle and winging it, sure, you might have a chance.
I’ll say it again, you might have a chance...
Why is that?
Ohhh yay, more paperwork… said no one.
But believe us, this is an important document for the auto transport that you’ll want to make sure you have.
So if you’re really down to know about one of the essential things you need to know about your car transport, keep reading.
So you just signed a contract with us but your plans changed:
You changed your flight dates.
You just found out you won’t be moving after all.
Your plans for selling the vehicle fell through
You just don’t think you’ll need your vehicle for that business trip.
Your son/daughter won’t be going to that college or university anymore.
And now you want a refund for your reservation fee.
As you know, being on the road has its factors that sometimes are out of our hands to control. That’s just a simple fact that every vehicle owner knows and has to deal with.
If you live in a busy major city, you’ll definitely know what we’re talking about.
HOWEVER, as a transport company, we do know these factors and how to work around it to lessen the chances of altering the time frames during your auto transport.
Here’s the deal: