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Popular Alaska Shipping Locations

  • Wasilla
  • Sitka
  • Kalifornsky
  • Kenai
  • Ketchikan
  • Homer
  • Gateway
  • Palmer
  • Steele
  • Creek
  • Bethel
We provide direct service to and from any location in Alaska - above is a list of the most popular car shipping locations that we service.

Everything You Need to Know About the State of Alaska (AK)

On January 3, 1959, Alaska became the 49th state of the United States. Alaska is the largest U.S. state by area and the seventh largest sub national division in the world. Conversely, it is the 3rd least populous and the most sparsely populated of the 50 United States.

It is located northwest extremity of the United States West Coast, just across the Bering Strait from Asia. The Canadian province of British Columbia and the territory of Yukon border the state to the east and southeast. Its most extreme western part is Attu Island, and it has a maritime border with Russia (Chukotka Autonomous Okrug) to the west across the Bering Strait. To the north are the Chukchi and Beaufort seas—southern parts of the Arctic Ocean. The Pacific Ocean lies to the south and southwest. It is technically part of the continental U.S., but is sometimes not included in colloquial use; Alaska is not part of the contiguous U.S., often called “the Lower 48”. The capital city, Juneau, is situated on the mainland of the North American continent but is not connected by road to the rest of the North American highway system. Anchorage is the largest city by population.

Alaska is nicknamed The Last Frontier. It is also well-known as the “Land of the Midnight Sun”. The state tree is the Sitka Spruce, the state bird is the Willow Ptarmigan and the state flower is the Forget-me-not. The state motto is “North to the Future”.

Russia controlled most of the area that is now Alaska from the late 1700s until 1867, when it was purchased by U.S. Secretary of State William Seward for $7.2 million or about two cents an acre.
During World War II, the Japanese occupied two Alaskan islands, Attu and Kiska, for 15 months.
Alaska contains 17 of the 20 highest peaks in the United States. At 20,320 feet, Mt. McKinley is the tallest mountain in North America.
Alaska has roughly 5,000 earthquakes every year. In March of 1964, the strongest earthquake recorded in North America occurred in Prince William Sound with a magnitude of 9.2.
The most powerful volcanic explosion of the 20th century occurred in 1912 when Novarupta Volcano erupted, creating the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes in Katmai National Park.
The temperature dropped to a record -80 degrees Fahrenheit at Prospect Creek Camp in 1971.
The state of Rhode Island could fit into Alaska more than 420 times.
People have inhabited Alaska since 10,000 BCE. At that time a land bridge extended from Siberia to eastern Alaska, and migrants followed herds of animals across it. Of these migrant groups, the Athabaskans, Aleuts, Inuit, Yupik, Tlingit, and Haida remain in Alaska.

Why Use An Auto Shipping Company?

Here are some of the benefits of using an auto transport company to ship your vehicle to Alaska:

  1. It is easier, you can easily get quotes from the websites of most companies or you could call their customer service line. All you need to do is to give the company your car and they’ll deliver it to the location agreed upon.
  2. Your precious time is saved. Transporting your car to Alaska is no walk in the park, using a transport company will save you several days of driving and that’s if you are transporting a car, it would be near impossible to move heavy machinery by driving.
  3. Protect your vehicle. Driving along such a long distance would cause a lot of wear and tear to your vehicle. For instance, if you own a classic, you might be risking depreciation in the value of your car and you would not want that. Transporting your car with an experienced auto transport company gives you the best chance of your vehicle arriving at your destination in good condition.

How Much Does It Cost To Ship Your Car to Alaska?

The following are some of the factors that affect the cost of shipping your car:

1.     Time of Delivery

The period within which you want your car delivered will affect how much you’ll have to pay to get your car delivered to Alaska. If you have a relatively flexible delivery schedule you have a better chance of getting a better deal. However, if you want an emergency delivery you would have to pay more to hasten the process.

2.    Type of vehicle

The size of the vehicle you want to transport is a major factor when it comes to cost. It’ll cost more to ship larger vehicles because of the weight and the fact that they occupy more space on the carrier. Smaller cars are less expensive to transport and several cars can be transported at once depending on the kind of carrier you are using. You can also use this service to move otherwise immobile vehicles. This includes classic and other antiquated vehicles whose historic and sentimental values transcend mobility.

3.    Distance

It is quite obvious that longer distances would lead to an increased cost of shipping. It is more expensive to ship your vehicle across a farther distance due to mileage and fuel consumption.

4.     Type of carrier used

In open carrier transport, your vehicle is placed on the back of an open-back trailer and fastened for safety. Several cars can be transported at once with an open-air carrier and it is the cheapest method of shipping your car. The downside is that your car is exposed to the elements. In an enclosed carrier transport, your car is better protected from the elements and shielded from other road hazards. It is more expensive than open air carriers but it is worth especially when you are transporting luxurious cars.

Tips For Hiring An Auto Shipping Company

Choosing the shipping company to transport your vehicle is very important for the safety of your car. The following are steps to guide your selection process:

1.     Do Comprehensive Research on the company

Check the company’s website for customer reviews, and pay attention to how they respond to negative reviews. Make sure the company does not have long-standing unresolved issues. Check the company’s success rates. You can also get recommendations from family and friends that have used the company. During your research, make sure to find out if the company follows strict safety regulations when transporting vehicles.

2.     Compare Quotes

Companies have websites where you can get free quotes; you could also call their customer care line. Compare the quotes obtained from different companies and the services they render. Have in mind that cheap does not necessarily mean good, make sure the company has the facilities for the service you need before hiring them.

3.     The company must have Experience Shipping to Alaska

Every state has different regulations when it comes to transporting a vehicle; make sure the company you are using is familiar with the Alaska area. It also helps when the company knows the route well. The company should have a successful track record of delivering vehicles to Alaska.

4.     Insurance Coverage

Some uncontrollable events such as bad weather, and accidents could occur during transit which could damage your car. Get information about what kind of damage the insurance company can cover; you can also get additional insurance just to be on the safer side.

So, utilizing Ship A Car Inc would totally put your mind at rest whenever you need to relocate your vehicles. It should be emphasized that relocation is not synonymous to normal travel or touring. So to avoid all the unknown variables and accompanying risks associated with such venture it is advisable and more judicious decision to entrust it to the tested and trusted professional at car inc.

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Alaska Transportation Information

  • Alaska Rail Transport
  • Alaska Roads
  • Alaska Air Transport
  • Alaska Other Transport
  • Alaska Marine Transport
  • Alaska Rail Transport

    Works Cited

    “Alaska”. Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alaska. Accessed November 20, 2019.

    “Alaska”. History.com Editors, Updated:  August 21, 2018 – Original:  October 27, 2009, https://www.history.com/topics/us-states/alaska.  Accessed November 20, 2019.

    Built around 1915, the Alaska Railroad (ARR) played a key role in the development of Alaska through the 20th century. It links north Pacific shipping by providing critical infrastructure with tracks that run from Seward to Interior Alaska by way of South Central Alaska, passing through Anchorage, Eklutna, Wasilla, Talkeetna, Denali, and Fairbanks, with spurs to Whittier, Palmer, and the North Pole. The cities, towns, villages, and regions served by ARR tracks are known statewide as “The Railbelt”. In recent years, the ever-improving paved highway system began to eclipse the railroad’s importance in Alaska’s economy.

    The railroad played a vital role in Alaska’s development, moving freight into Alaska while transporting natural resources southward (i.e., coal from the Usibelli coal mine near Healy to Seward and gravel from the Matanuska Valley to Anchorage). It is well known for its summertime tour passenger service.

    The Alaska Railroad was one of the last railroads in North America to use cabooses in regular service and still uses them on some gravel trains. It continues to offer one of the last flag stop routes in the country. A stretch of about 60 miles (100 km) of track along an area north of Talkeetna remains inaccessible by road; the railroad provides the only transportation to rural homes and cabins in the area. Until the construction of the Parks Highway in the 1970s, the railroad provided only land access to most of the region along its entire route.

    In northern Southeast Alaska, the White Pass and Yukon Route also partly runs through the state from Skagway northwards into Canada (British Columbia and Yukon Territory), crossing the border at White Pass Summit. This line is now mainly used by tourists, often arriving by cruise liner at Skagway. It was featured in the 1983 BBC television series Great Little Railways.

    The Alaska Rail network is not connected to Outside. (The nearest link to the North American railway network is the northwest terminus of the Canadian National Railway at Prince Rupert, British Columbia, several hundred miles to the southeast.) In 2000, the U.S. Congress authorized $6 million to study the feasibility of a rail link between Alaska, Canada, and the lower 48.

    Alaska Rail Marine provides car float service between Whittier and Seattle.

  • Alaska Roads

    Works Cited

    “Alaska”. Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alaska. Accessed November 20, 2019.

    “Alaska”. History.com Editors, Updated:  August 21, 2018 – Original:  October 27, 2009, https://www.history.com/topics/us-states/alaska.  Accessed November 20, 2019.

    Alaska has few road connections compared to the rest of the U.S. The state’s road system covers a relatively small area of the state, linking the central population centers and the Alaska Highway, the principal route out of the state through Canada. The state capital, Juneau, is not accessible by road, only a car ferry, which has spurred several debates over the decades about moving the capital to a city on the road system or building a road connection from Haines. The western part of Alaska has no road system connecting the communities with the rest of Alaska.

    The Interstate Highways in Alaska consist of a total of 1082 miles. One unique feature of the Alaska Highway system is the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel, an active Alaska Railroad tunnel recently upgraded to provide a paved roadway link with the isolated community of Whittier on Prince William Sound to the Seward Highway about 50 miles (80 km) southeast of Anchorage at Portage. At 2.5 miles (4.0 km), the tunnel was the longest road tunnel in North America until 2007. The tunnel is the longest combination road and rail tunnel in North America.

  • Alaska Air Transport

    Works Cited

    “Alaska”. Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alaska. Accessed November 20, 2019.

    “Alaska”. History.com Editors, Updated:  August 21, 2018 – Original:  October 27, 2009, https://www.history.com/topics/us-states/alaska.  Accessed November 20, 2019.

    Cities not served by road, sea, or river can be reached only by air, foot, dogsled, or snow machine, accounting for Alaska’s extremely well-developed bush air services—an Alaskan novelty. Anchorage and, to a lesser extent Fairbanks, is served by many major airlines. Because of limited highway access, air travel remains the most efficient form of transportation in and out of the state. Anchorage recently completed extensive remodeling and construction at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport to help accommodate the upsurge in tourism (in 2012–2013, Alaska received almost 2 million visitors).

    Regular flights to most villages and towns within the state that are commercially viable are challenging to provide, so they are heavily subsidized by the federal government through the Essential Air Service program. Alaska Airlines is the only major airline offering in-state travel with jet service (sometimes in combination cargo and passenger Boeing 737-400s) from Anchorage and Fairbanks to regional hubs like Bethel, Nome, Kotzebue, Dillingham, Kodiak, and other larger communities as well as to major Southeast and the Alaska Peninsula communities.

    The bulk of remaining commercial flight offerings come from small regional commuter airlines such as Ravn Alaska, PenAir, and Frontier Flying Service. The smallest towns and villages must rely on scheduled or chartered bush flying services using general aviation aircraft such as the Cessna Caravan, the most popular aircraft in use in the state. Much of this service can be attributed to the Alaska bypass mail program which subsidizes bulk mail delivery to Alaskan rural communities. The program requires 70% of that subsidy to go to carriers who offer passenger service to the communities.

    Many communities have small air taxi services. These operations originated from the demand for customized transport to remote areas. Perhaps the most quintessentially Alaskan plane is the bush seaplane. The world’s busiest seaplane base is Lake Hood, located next to Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, where flights bound for remote villages without an airstrip carry passengers, cargo, and many items from stores and warehouse clubs. In 2006 Alaska had the highest number of pilots per capita of any U.S. state.

  • Alaska Other Transport

    Works Cited

    “Alaska”. Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alaska. Accessed November 20, 2019.

    “Alaska”. History.com Editors, Updated:  August 21, 2018 – Original:  October 27, 2009, https://www.history.com/topics/us-states/alaska.  Accessed November 20, 2019.

    Another Alaska transportation method is the dogsled. In modern times (that is, any time after the mid-late 1920s), dog mushing is more of a sport than a true means of transportation. Various races are held around the state, but the best known is the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, a 1,150-mile (1,850 km) trail from Anchorage to Nome (although the distance varies from year to year, the official distance is set at 1,049 miles or 1,688 km). The race commemorates the famous 1925 serum run to Nome in which mushers and dogs like Togo and Balto took much-needed medicine to the diphtheria-stricken community of Nome when all other means of transportation had failed. Mushers from all over the world come to Anchorage each March to compete for cash, prizes, and prestige. The “Serum Run” is another sled dog race that more accurately follows the route of the famous 1925 relay, leaving from the community of Nenana (southwest of Fairbanks) to Nome.

    In areas not served by road or rail, primary transportation in summer is by all-terrain vehicle and in winter by snowmobile or “snow machine”, as it is commonly referred to in Alaska.

  • Alaska Marine Transport

    Works Cited

    “Alaska”. Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alaska. Accessed November 20, 2019.

    “Alaska”. History.com Editors, Updated:  August 21, 2018 – Original:  October 27, 2009, https://www.history.com/topics/us-states/alaska.  Accessed November 20, 2019.

    Many cities, towns, and villages in the state do not have road or highway access; the only modes of access involve travel by air, river, or sea.

    Alaska’s well-developed state-owned ferry system (known as the Alaska Marine Highway) serves the cities of the southeast, the Gulf Coast, and the Alaska Peninsula. The ferries transport vehicles as well as passengers. The system also operates a ferry service from Bellingham, Washington, and Prince Rupert, British Columbia, in Canada through the Inside Passage to Skagway. The Inter-Island Ferry Authority also serves as an important marine link for many communities in the Prince of Wales Island region of Southeast and works in concert with the Alaska Marine Highway.

    In recent years, cruise lines have created a summertime tourism market, mainly connecting the Pacific Northwest to Southeast Alaska and, to a lesser degree, towns along Alaska’s gulf coast. The population of Ketchikan may rise by over 10,000 people on many days during the summer, as up to four large cruise ships at a time can dock, debarking thousands of passengers.

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5.0
Excellent Service on both ends. Car was shipped more quickly than expected. Driver was extremely flexible in making arrangements for both loading and drop off. This company communicated with me every step of the way. Couldn't be happier and will use them again.
Alys S. Menlo Park, CA
5.0
Great experience!!! Car was picked up and delivered on time and Tom was very helpful and always available to answer my questions. Will definitely use Ship a car again!
Jessica Booke
5.0
Best service I've ever had ! Bob Moran is Topps ! Make sure you ask for bob and he and his crew will make your transport painless from start to his follow up finish! I can't wait to use them again ! Thank you ship a car !
Frank L
5.0
Had ship a car schedule a transport of a trailer I needed moved. Kristina was very nice and helpful with my requests and got the trailer to me quickly.
Pat Cavanaugh
5.0
Cameron Baker was awesome. Great service, great delivery, very professional. Thanks for everything! I would use and recommend you guys again!
Josh A. Visalia , CA
5.0
We just had the best experience buying a vehicle out of state. Ship a Car coordinated with the auto dealer we selected, picked up my vehicle on time, communicated all during the purchase and transit process, and my vehicle arrived on time and without any hassle. The driver was super courteous and helpful. Our experience was delightful and I am SO happy to have such credible, reliable people to work with. I'd recommend this to anyone purchasing a vehicle out of state.
Jana Bunnell
5.0
A pleasure to work with SHIP A CAR, INC. They arranged to p/u our GEM in mid west and transport it quickly and safely to its new home. Many thanks SHIP A CAR !
Art Rhoades
5.0
From first phone call to set up transport to delivery, everyone was so accommodating. Our driver kept me informed and was very friendly and professional. Our car arrived when expected and in excellent condition. I would recommend this company to anyone who needed to transport a car.
Bev Clark
5.0
Bob and his team did a GREAT job getting my vehicle to me during a cross country move. They have Stellar communication and I was updated every step of the way. My vehicle arrived in perfect condition   HIGHLY recommend Ship A Car!!! Thank you Bob!!
Veronica T.
5.0
I received my car last Friday and it was in great condition. Thank you so much for all of your help in this. You were always so responsive and it made the process much easier! Thanks again!
Michael S. Laguna Beach, CA
5.0
I will never use this company again nor would I recommend that any consumer use it. Not only did my car not arrive a week after the allotted 6-10 day quote, the communication was horrible and evasive. They did not take responsibility for our car's whereabouts and had no answers as to when the car would arrive. They refused to reimburse me for the rental car I was forced to get because of this delay. At one point when I was trying to get to the bottom of what was happening the associate hung up on me. He had given me the run around for 3 days and never returned my calls. I am a very patient person and I knew there would be a delay given the holiday weekend. I padded that into my time but the lack of communication and lack of respect of my situation was totally unprofessional and frustrating. As I am writing this we still don't have our car.
Eddie Porter
5.0
Excellent service. Cody and team was prompt to my needs and lessened a stressful transportation process. Recommend him or his team anytime. Will definitely utilize them again in the future.
Josh S
5.0
Bob Moran really helped me out and made sure everything went smoothly. He added a very nice personal touch and called up to check in if I had any questions or concerns about where my car was or how much I could put in my car. There prices are great compared to other companies and the service is outstanding.
Alec Walters
5.0
I am so very pleased that I made the decision to call Ship A Car Inc. to ship a car for me. I was greeted on the phone by Quinten Putnam. Quinten told me about the process. Quinten handled my case with true professionalism, compassion, and kindness. I would absolutely refer to Ship A Car Inc in the future. My car was delivered in good condition and in a timely manner. Thanks Quinten for going above and beyond to ensure that my vehicle ould be transported to it's final destination. Thanks a million,your the you're the TOPS!!!!!!!!!!!Colleen.
Colleen C. Elmont, NY
5.0
I had excellent service from them, I'm about to use them again & would recommend them 100%.
CB
4.0
We needed to get a car from Bend Or to Wichita KS. I tried calling several places they were either couldn't give me the info or were rude, so I called Ship a car Steve was very helpful, he had pickup arranged for 4 days later (Friday) and our car arrived at our house on Monday.
Donna D.
5.0
Cody griffin was an outstanding mediator, from beginning to end. He was extremely professional, going out of his way to answer all my questions and making sure I was satisfied every step along the way. I would highly recommend him and his company if you need your car transported .
Riccardo Keel
5.0
Ship A Car was used to facilitate a boat shipment from NJ to Florida. The quote was $1200 and I accepted to get transport within a 2-day window pickup. My ShipaCar rep Paul Sinclair contacted me and stated he had found a driver, but the driver was requesting an additional $50 for pick-up..I agreed to get the boat picked up and remain on schedule. The boat was to be picked up on a Monday or Tuesday and was instead scheduled for a Wednesday pick-up around 1 pm by the driver. Marina owner waited and no one showed or called. Thursday afternoon came and the driver was still a no show and I was contacted by the Marina owner. I contacted my Ship A Car rep and was told he would check with the driver and contact me. No call ever was made back to me by Ship A Car and I ended up contacting the driver myself. He stated he was running late and would be able to pick the boat up first thing Friday morning...I informed the driver I had paid the extra $50 that rep requested from me for the driver to facilitate transport as requested. The driver stated he did not request any $50 increase for shipment as it was posted as $1000 and he had accepted the offer as posted. I contacted Ship A Car, Inc. as the marina owner contacted me stating no one was there Friday morning and had to leave. I received no call back from Ship A Car rep Paul Sinclair as the lady answering the phone told me he would call as soon as he was off the phone with another customer..The driver contacted me around 10:30 am saying he was there and waiting to get the boat. Marina owner arrived and the boat was loaded onto a multi-car vehicle with boat trailer wheels off transport vehicle ramps and being supported by boards under axles and transported. I never received a returned call from Ship A Car rep as I had questions not only of why I was not informed of any shipment delay but also of the driver stating he never asked for the additional $50 amount Paul Sinclair had stated was requested by the driver. Needless to say, Never again will I use this company as they pick a carrier and leave you to deal with any transport issues and possibly lie to get more money from you by blaming transport drivers for up charges. Since I had to constantly intervene and contact the driver myself for answers, I was better off using a self-service company so I could have picked my own carrier and skipped the middle man ShipaCar. Once Ship A Car, Inc. received their $250 deposit I basically was on my own anyway.
Angel C.
5.0
Bob did a wonderful job of making my transport work for ME. Moving across the US from one coast to another is really stressful. Bob coordinated my auto pick-up so we could use the car to take our luggage to the hotel at the airport where we were flying out the next morning. The driver that came to pick up / load the vehicle was incredibly kind and flexible as our "last day at the old house" got a little crazy. Then the car arrived even earlier than expected on the other coast! I would recommend Ship A Car inc to anyone needing auto transport. Their communication is awesome, they work with you to get you the best price and they follow through every step of the way.
Harmony Coburn
5.0
Meredith was great! I tried two other companies and they couldn?t find a carrier. Meredith was honest and I had a carrier within the day! Totally recommend!
Kristy S
5.0
This review is easy! Janet Rinella at Ship A Car, Inc. Is a huge asset to that company. I had been through 2 miserable experiences with 2 transport companies, both of which I canceled after much frustration and NO results nor return calls, even after paying their required deposits. Learned through Google that best way to get auto transported is through a Broker. For some then unknown reason I called Ship A Car, Inc., and Janet Rinella answered the phone. Janet knows her stuff, is dependable, knowledgeable of this business, straight forward, kind, diligent, and FAST with results. From my first call with her, she found a transport company, located their driver and set up the pick up of the vehicle we were transporting to our grandson who is an Airman at Dover AFB, Delaware. This all was done by Janet's persistent follow up, contacting me daily every step of the way. She seemed to be as concerned for our grandson to get the car as we were. She is not only proficient at her job, she is caring, even to the point of asking me to contact her "no matter how late" when we met our driver and he drove it onto the ramps of the truck. That was last Tuesday. Our grandson received his car across country YESTERDAY! There is no doubt in my mind that had we hired any other company, we would still have that car in our driveway and our nerves and stress levels would be off the chart. In addition, throughout my many calls, texts and emails to Janet, we have developed a special and forever friendship. Her people skills are genuine, her work ethic is beyond reproach.
Sandra Baumunk
5.0
Danny, Just wanted to thank you for all your help. The Jeep arrived last night and Henri loves it. Thanks so much.
Stephen L. Portsmouth, NH
5.0
Awesome service. Shipped a car and motorcycle for me
Peter Lenton
5.0
Shipped my 2017 rubicon with these guys and they were awesome, they got my vehicle out of the auction within minutes got it across states on time as they said you would. Very very good/reliable company.
D B.
5.0
Had a great experience. Fernanda was very helpful and easy to communicate with. They picked up my 68 Camaro the very next day. And when it arrived it was just as promised. Thank you and I would most definitely recommend them to anyone needing a vehicle moved.
Kent M.
5.0
Called several different transport companies. This was the most professional, friendly and attentive of them all. Yvonne Bowrosen kept her word on everything except delivery timeline. She said 4 days and it was delivered in. You can't ask for better service and won't find it. Best price and great service all around. The driver was outstanding and took care of my new Honda Trike like it was his own. Thanks Yvonne and Kevin for making this a no brainer!!
Cary P. Milford, OH
5.0
Len went above and beyond for my car shipping experience. Great follow up and 100% transparency. 10/10 highly recommend dealing with him. He will find you the best pricing and extravagant service.
Alex Irvin
5.0
In October I booked shipacarinc to transport our car from NY to CA. We paid the deposit and were confirmed for 12/29 pickup and approx 1/3 delivery. Unfortunately, no one came to pick up our car. We were told the driver was on vacation. They never found a replacement. Calls went unanswered. We were left in the lurch. No explanation or apology. Do not use this company. They are unreliable and unresponsive. We have asked for our deposit refund and are waiting, waiting.
Nancy Friedman
5.0
I called Ship A Car to arrange the shipment of a BMW I purchased online from CT to Florida. Ship A Car was very professional, explained the entire process thoroughly and provided me with all of the info needed to stay in touch with my driver throughout the week as he transported my car to me. I would use them again to arrange transportation for me.
Kevin N.
5.0
Ship A Car was awesome all around. Great from beginning to end. Will recommend their car shipping services to everyone I know.
Alan H. Coral Springs, FL
5.0
Great company to work with.Janet Rinella was excellent and provided timely followup explaing how the pickup and delivery would be scheduled. Chris the driver and his copilot Jen did a geat job and provided schedule updates on both pick up and detination arrival. The car transport went well and without a hitch. I definetely will use them again.
Robert Chappel
5.0
More details to follow- wish I could rate them lower than one star
Douglas Owen
5.0
We were very happy with ship a car services, mikelson and son were assigned to us, very professional, nice people. We would recommend them and will definitely use their services again. Thank you.
Neal and jeanne J.
5.0
Called Ship A Car Inc without knowing what to expect. After receiving help from Bob Moran my expectations were far surpassed. He went above and beyond to make sure that my vehicle had the smoothest transfer from Northern California to Southern California. He even took the time to follow up with the delivery. I will definitely be recommending.
Marisela Jara
5.0
Chris at ship a car did a great job locating a truck for me. Everything in between was really good too.
Charlie K. Kansas City, MO
5.0
After using other companies Bob Moran at shipacar was the best. He handled the entire process in a professional manner. This is the only company I will ever use
Shipacar
5.0
Using Ship A Car was a great experience. A real professional team. Cost was reasonable. Communication was great. Danny the coordinator was a great rep for the company and easily accommodated a continuing string of schedule changes I needed. The transport team, Sander and Val, gave me several calls to keep me posted of timing and location. A great service that I honestly would recommended.
Ray N
5.0
Just received our car Dallas to ny with a damaged tire. Some advice. Get the name of the company that is actually transporting your car before you sign a contract and check credentials. We didn’t. The company had an F rating on BBB. Don’t count on door to door. Late on pick up. Late on delivery. Sat in Philadelphia for 2 days b cause the driver took the keys home Don’t count on communication on weekends. Auto ship passes the buck to the transport company as soon as you sign. You will only get info from the dispatcher and it was inaccurate for us On to the claim. Never again
Peggy Outly
5.0
Ship a car Inc was an absolutely fantastic company to go through Lisa was my initial contact and she got me through this whole process after we done business with another company that turned out to be fraudulent Lisa got the situation turned around so that she could have a driver in Rochester New York the next day the drivers probably showed up within the one hour time frame that they promised they kept in contact with my daughter who was in Los Angeles waiting to receive the car they told her that they would be there at 6:30 7 days later and they were there promptly at 6:30 I would absolutely positively not hesitate to do business with this company again absolutely fantastic thank you so much.
Satah K. Rochester, NY
5.0
Bob and his team did a GREAT job getting my vehicle to me during a cross country move. They have Stellar communication and I was updated every step of the way. My vehicle arrived in perfect condition HIGHLY recommend Ship A Car!!! Thank you Bob!!
Couldn’t Be Happier
5.0
I used Ship a Car just a week ago to ship a vehicle from Indiana to Malibu. Meredith was my contact and she took care of me through the entire process. She was easy to communicate with, responsive and helpful. I was given contact information for the actual drivera nd the car arrived in prefect condition, on time. Thank you!!
Tracy C.
5.0
Jonathan Maldonado took care of all my needs and got me a fantastic transport company which delivered my car ahead of schedule, in fantastic condition. Thank you guys! Job well done!
Antony Leon
5.0
Dana was very professional and helpful to arrange transportation for my sons car from New Hampshire to California. The car arrived on time at its destination. I would use this service and recommend them to anyone looking to have a car shipped.
Ken G. Londonderry, NH
5.0
Both the seller and I has scheduling problems of our own. Lisa was very helpful and accommodating in arranging the shipping. This was the second time I used Ship A Car. Both shipments were on time, with no problems. I'd use them again.
Larry
5.0
My experience was positive. The agent, Will, with Ship A Car, was very professional and my two cars were picked up and delivered in the condition I gave them to the driver. In fact, the driver delivered my cars one day earlier!
Bobby W.
5.0
I was flexible with the dates for pickup and delivery which helps. The initial carrier that was chosen ended up not being able to complete the delivery but Dana was able to get it worked out in the end and get my vehicle delivered.
Michael Hoffmann
5.0
STEVE, THE BEST REPRESENTATIVE!!! In a spite of a very difficult route to pick up and deliver my 2016 Mercedes, Steve was diligent and transported my car with no problems from pick up to delivery in Law Cruces, NM I WOULD TOTALLY RECOMMEND THIS COMPANY. THANK YOU STEVE, for your patient and compromise!!
Michael W.
5.0
Ship A Car did a good job. Their customer service was sufficient. I didn't have to worry about, “Where's the car? Or what are they doing?” Everything was in a timely manner. They had a man come here and he was of Lithuanian descent and he was new in the country. He was very kind and polite. He knew what he was supposed to do and did his job well. The car was delivered in about a day. He was very efficient. It worked out great.
Anthony of Painesville, OH
5.0
In 47 years of the car business I have never been so impressed. The very best by far. Bib Moran was awesome. The very best I have ever used. Bob Moran first class.
Gerry. Duncan Ford Lincoln Mazda M. Blacksburg, VA
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