Dallas Auto Transport

As one of the premier auto transport specialists moving vehicles in and out of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, we are experts on Texas car shipping. We transport thousands of vehicles in and out of Texas each year, to and from storage facilities (terminal-to-terminal transport) and direct locations (door-to-door transport).

We pride ourselves on staying abreast of events and other news related to the area’s automotive industry. One such example is the Dallas Auto Show, which took place on March 13-17 at the Dallas Convention Center. Our cost-effective transport solutions allow those shipping beautiful and rare cars to auto shows to know they can get a premium service for less expense than they might expect. We believe, like they do, that car transport should be simple and efficient.

700+ Vehicles Wow Dallas Show Attendees

Those attending the Dallas Auto Show were in for some eye-popping automotive excitement. The event was vast, with over 700 vehicles on display from more than 30 carmakers. Many of the cars and trucks were shipped to the Star state from another state. For lengthy transports, customer support is crucial, which is why we have such a strong name for ourselves.

Ford’s F-150 Atlas, a concept vehicle that may give us a sense of what the pickup will look like in its 2015 model, was center stage. Chevrolet, meanwhile, sought to grab our attention with its limited-edition Hot Wheels Camaro, designed after the toy car brand. Accura was showcasing its MDX, a prototype for an SUV the company is planning to manufacture in the United States.

2014 Highlights

A variety of 2014 models were offered for viewing at the event. The most notable among the 2014 bunch were two SUV redesigns, one from Jeep and one from Subaru. Jeep was showing off its new and improved Grand Cherokee, while Subaru was providing a look at the all-new Forester. Kia, meanwhile, made its first appearance in the full-size luxury segment with its 2014 Cadenza.

Other Featured Elements

High-end automakers, including Maserati, Lamborghini, and Rolls-Royce, had vehicles at the show as well. The Dallas Auto Show was not just about looking, though. Interactivity was possible, with test driving options from nine different manufacturers. The entertainment world made an appearance at the event as well. Throughout the weekend, stars of the truTV reality show Lizard Lick Towing were meeting with fans and signing autographs. By many accounts, the show was an incredible success.