- We don’t buy or sell your information
- Our quote form
- Factors considered in a quote
- Watch for click bait
- Fair prices and no dirt bags
Lead aggregators are not unique to the auto transport industry. Aggregators collect contact information and sell it to others. Spam is the result and it comes in many forms; phone calls, email and text. How do you tell aggregators from legitimate quoting? One key give away is when they advertise “get 10 quotes instantly” or “Multiple competitive quotes”. If you provide your contact information, they send your information to everyone, everywhere. You will get spammed with prices all over the place. Your cell phone it will likely burn down from all the incoming text messages and phone calls. This can last for 90 days.
We don’t aggregate, sell or otherwise distribute your information. We don’t buy your information. Call us; we will provide you with a free, fair, industry competitive quote. When you fill out our contact form, the information stays with us.
Don’t want to talk to us, use our quote form:
This is a Free no obligation Quote. It’s spamless, we don’t buy or sell your information.
What factors are considered when quoting?
When you search for auto transport quotes and you see an advertisement with a price (often $399 or $499) its click bait. The most annoying one I have seen advertises “$399 coast to coast”. Let’s be honest about pricing, no legitimate auto transporter is going to move a vehicle from “coast to coast” for $400. They are going to take a $150 deposit, and make all kinds of promises about low prices and guaranteed delivery dates. Next week you will get a call stating they are unable to move your car at the quoted price and/or date.
We provide a fair price with honest details about delivery cost, times and conditions. We only work with legitimate carriers who are licensed with valid insurance and good safety records.