Moving to a new state is quite stressful business. You need to pack everything (that is, everything), find a moving team (a job in itself), and pray your stuff will arrive in one piece at your new home. But, wait. How will you get there?Read more
Most people assume auto shipping is highly expensive, so they rule it out when planning how to move a car. However, while car transport cost depends on several variables, it is generally cheaper to ship your car than drive it, especially if you’re going a long distance. Here are 7 elements that factor into your auto shipping quote.Read more
If you’re moving overseas, your vehicle will be subject to local quarantine laws. In many countries, legislation around vehicle imports and exports are strict. In Australia, they’re quite strict, and often overwhelming to the regular bloke. As assistance, here are the 8 steps to importing into Australia, broken down nice and simple!
Moving your car across states is a lot of work. Whether you’re driving it, paying someone else to drive it, or paying to have it shipped. Most people choose the latter option. (We support that decision.) So that’s the one we’ll focus on today.Read more
What’s arguably the worst part about moving, especially moving interstate? Money, time, energy? Or is it the even more dreadful: stress? We vote the third.
Consider a combination of an enclosed on the road transport and a train car transport to rule out as much damage as possible.
Getting your car from A to B can be a bit of a challenge, given how vast Australian continent is and how challenging driving conditions in some parts of Australia are. Driving car yourself isn’t the best way to preserve its value and get it across Australia safely.
And that’s where we come in! Here is a guide to shipping your car: