You may not think that loading a vehicle onto a huge tractor trailer can be described as “smooth,” but looking at this video you can see what we mean. The car is seamlessly driven right onto the truck with the other cars and ready for transport. This 2006 Nissan Altima was picked up in Plano, Texas and delivered in Norristown, Pa. The customer requested that the vehicle be picked up no later than Dec. 8 and Montway followed through. They were fully aware of the pick up window though and set a hotel concierge as their back-up person for pick up just in case.
Just recently we took the time to explain how parts of the car shipping process work so that customers can be fully prepared and avoid confusion when they decide to ship a car. The total transit time for this Nissan was only three days and the customer was satisfied with their transport.
Take a look at the loading of this Nissan Altima
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About Mike Mihaylov
As the owner of Montway, Mike is very well-versed in the auto transport industry. He started the company back in 2006, but his experience in car shipping goes farther back than that. Before starting Montway here in the United States, Mike was moving cars in Europe. He shipped vehicles from Western European countries like Germany, Switzerland and Austria to Eastern Europe. With over a decade of experience and knowledge of this industry, Mike is what we like to call a Car Shipping Expert.
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