Here are the factors that affect the cost of shipping a car to another state:
Distance: The longer the distance, the more expensive. But there’s usually a discounted cost per mile as well.
Pick-up date: Flexibility around the pick-up date will help you get a fair quote. Booking in advance can secure the best price.
Route: Certain roads or highways may cost more due to congestion, weather, construction, or road conditions.
Vehicle: Longer, taller, or modified cars may cost more to ship, so provide exact vehicle specifications.
Car condition: Running vehicles will cost less to ship than inoperable vehicles, which require additional equipment.
Transport method: Open car transport (the cheapest) and enclosed auto transport (the most expensive) are available.
Seasonality: Shipping costs vary depending on the time of year. Holidays can be especially expensive.
Discounts: Certain customers, like military personnel or students, are eligible for discounts. Check with our shipping advisors to see if you qualify.