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Can you move a car from Wisconsin to Florida?

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Asked by Dawn

July 19, 2014 under Auto Transport

I need a car moved to Florida from Wisconsin.

Answered by Ana M. Ferrer

July 21, 2014

Good morning and thanks for visiting, I'd be glad to help you with your question about transporting a car from Wisconsin to Florida.

Auto Transport

It's definitely possible to have a car shipped from Wisconsin to Florida. You would need to contact an auto shipping company. Visit our auto transport page and fill out a free quote form to find an auto shipper in your area.

Auto Shipping Options

There are different methods for shipping your car but generally speaking, most quotes will be based on the distance and what kind of trailer you choose to ship your car in.

There are different ways to ship your car: enclosed trailer, open-air trailer, rail service or you could hire a company that offers driveaway service.

Enclosed trailers offer the most security and protection for your car as they aren't exposed to the elements, dirt or any debris from the road. This service can come at a premium however.

Open-air trailers are generally the least expensive way to ship your car from point A to point B, but they are vulnerable to the open road.

Rail shipping can be less expensive and is also more eco-friendly. You'll also be able to travel on the train with your car. A drawback of this method is that you'd have to pick your car up from a train station instead of it being dropped-off or delivered directly at your home.

Using a driveaway service saves you from having to personally drive the car to tis destination, but your car is still being driven by someone you hire. Your car will still be susceptible to damage while on the road and of course driver error.

Whichever method you choose to ship your car, familiarize yourself with the process of shipping a car before hand and make yourself aware of what questions you should be asking.

Thank you again for visiting, and good luck with your move!

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