Preparing your vehicle for Shipping

Before we receive your vehicle for shipment, please consider the following:
  • No personal belongings are permitted for safety reasons but the following items are considered part of the vehicle:
    • Children's car seat when securely affixed.
    • Jumper cables and minor tools (factory items, properly stowed)
    • Driver Manual
    • First-aid and/or emergency supplies kit
    • Ice scraper and snow brush
    • Spare tire and tire changing tools (properly stowed)
    • Car cover, including bra
  • Non-runners will not be accepted for shipment. Vehicles must be in full operating, road worthy and in safe condition.
  • Check to see that your vehicle is in good running order. Tires, battery and a working emergency brake and no fuel/oil leaks are important to ensure smooth handling during shipment. Remove all loose items and personal belongings from the vehicle.
  • Alarm systems must be disabled prior to shipment.
  • Vehicles must have a minimum road clearance of 4 inches to safely load and unload.
  • Repair all broken, loose or rusted parts. No aerosols, motor oil, windshield washer fluid, combustibles or spare fluids can be shipped.
  • Your gas tank should be one quarter (1/4) to one half (1/2) full. Top up all other fluids. During colder months be sure your car is properly winterized.
  • Any accessories not permanently mounted to the vehicle should be removed. Be certain the jack, wheel-nut key and spare tire are properly stowed.
  • A photocopy of the vehicle registration should be placed in the glove box. (Original is not required).
  • Please inform us of any security features, starting instructions or details pertinent to the handling of your vehicle. Leave a written copy on the front seat of the vehicle and advise our driver.
  • Caps/Canopies on pickup trucks must be properly bolted to the box of the truck to ensure safe delivery.
  • Electric vehicles should be fully charged before being shipped
Vehicle transport and car shipping services in Canada and U.S since 1980.