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Have a classic car that needs transporting safely and quickly? Look no further than ClassicCars.com’s trusted transport partner, National Transport Services. With our experienced drivers and secure trailers, we’ll make sure your vehicle arrives in great condition – wherever you need it! When you choose National Transport Services as your classic car transport partner, you can be sure that your vehicle will be handled with great care. Our carriers are all experienced and fully insured, making sure you have complete peace of mind that your precious vehicle will arrive on time and in perfect condition.
How does a classic car get shipped?
There are several ways to ship a classic car:
Enclosed classic car transport: This is the safest and most secure way to transport a classic car. The car is placed in a trailer that is fully enclosed to protect it from the elements and any potential damage during transport.
Open classic car transport: This is a less expensive option than enclosed classic car transport, but it exposes the car to the elements and the risk of potential damage during transport. The car is placed on a trailer and secured with straps, but it is not enclosed.
Driveaway service: If you prefer to have more control over the transportation of your classic car, you can hire a driveaway service. This involves hiring a driver to transport the classic car to its destination. This can be a good option if you want to be present during the transportation of your classic car or if you want to drive it to its destination yourself.
Before shipping a classic car, it is important to carefully prepare it for classic car transport. This may include cleaning and waxing the exterior, removing any loose or fragile items from the interior, and making sure the car is in good working order. It is also a good idea to document the condition of the car before it is shipped, and to take photos or video to serve as a record of its condition.
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