When other people are dealing with your car, you want to be sure it is in good hands, right? At the same time, you want to make sure you know exactly what your vehicle looked like when you dropped it off so that you can note any possible changes that occurred in transit. It doesn’t happen often, but when a huge truck is hauling six or seven vehicles, it can be difficult to monitor everything. Tree branches can make scratches in residential areas and rocks can fly off the road. That is why inspection at time of pick up is so important.
In this customer video, you can see how that inspection should go. The truck driver is taking the time to go over the vehicle with the customer and noting all current scratches and dents on the Bill of Lading. This is how a proper pick up should go when you are shipping your car. When the vehicle is delivered, he will do the same thing. This Lexus CT was transported from Fort Sam Houston, Texas to Dupont, Wash in a total of five days.
Watch the pick up inspection of this 2012 Lexus CT
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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