Oklahoma Auto Transport & Car Shipping Services

Oklahoma Auto Transport | Car Shipping ServicesLooking to ship a car from Tulsa, or to Oklahoma City?

Well, when you look for Oklahoma auto transport, it can be a little confusing – in three ways. For one thing, there are a few terms you may not know that describe different types of shipping. Second, it can be hard to determine which of the various carriers available are credible and legitimate enough to deserve your business. Finally, quote-gathering can get complicated as you compare a number of viable alternatives.

Since we’re so confident in what we have to offer, we’d rather give you a clear sense of how to look for the best shippers rather than just convince you of how great we are. We’ll give you helpful information below no matter which option you pick of the auto transport Oklahoma has available. What we mention about our own business along the way might just make you want to go with us.

Terms for Oklahoma Auto Transport Services

Here are the major terms you will see when looking for shipping service for your vehicle:

Terminal-to-Terminal: This means that your vehicle will be shipped between two storage facilities or terminals. Terminal transport cuts costs by allowing a carrier to ship your car along with a number of other vehicles that share common pickup and delivery points. This service is available for Oklahoma City auto transport and throughout the state.

Door-to-Door: The convenience of direct transport to your front door. Enhance your convenience with this option, but it will cost you a little more than using terminals.

Open: When you ship a vehicle “open,” that means it is out in the open. You’ve probably seen quite a few open carriers when driving on the Interstate.

Enclosed: Transporting enclosed means you contain the vehicle in an enclosed trailer. This adds storm and debris protection and fully secures your vehicle.

All these Oklahoma auto transport services are available through us, because we provide quotes from up to eight different carriers for each request form we receive (see top left of this page).

Finding Credible Oklahoma Auto Transport Companies

OK, so how do you determine legitimacy of a potential carrier for your car? Figuring this out means knowing your car is safe. Here are three questions to ask:

  1. Is your company bonded and insured?
  2. Are you in full compliance with DOT and FMCSA regulations?
  3. Is your optional cargo insurance high-quality?

As the best bet for auto transport Oklahoma has to offer,

  1. yes, all our carriers are bonded and insured;
  2. yes, we comply in full with all federal codes;
  3. and yes, our optional cargo insurance covers $100K to $1M with no deductible and 100% 21-day claims resolution.

Auto Transport Quotes: Fast & Easy

Finally, how to keep things organized, efficient, and simple when looking for Tulsa or Oklahoma City auto transport – but still make sure you are checking all your options? Our site is an answer to that question:

  • Variety: Up to 8 quotes from credible & reliable companies
  • Experience: We’ve worked with some of our carriers for over 20 years.
  • Customization: We offer the full spectrum, so you can meet your specific needs.
  • Price: It’s best to have multiple companies compete for your business.

If that sounds of interest, fill out the above form (top left) or give us a ring at (800) 595-2062. Either way, we hope this article has been useful. Have a great day, and safe driving.

If you are looking to familiarize yourself with the expected auto shipping route, click on the Google Map of Oklahoma below:

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