How much does it cost to transport a classic car?
Transporting a classic car gets the same quality service and fair market price as every other car. But, if you want to ship your car in an enclosed car transporter (as most people with luxury or classic cars do), you will have to pay a little bit extra for that.
Should I ship my classic car using enclosed auto transport?
That depends. As a guide, here are some questions you can ask yourself to determine if you need enclosed auto transport. If you answered “yes” to any of them, then you might want to consider enclosed auto transport over open auto transport.
1. Do you consider your car an investment?
2. Are you concerned about snow or cold weather?
3. Are you concerned about dust, dirt, pollution, or other debris your car might be subject to over the course of transport?
4. Is your car old and/or have a custom or unique paint job?
5. Do you want extra protection against theft?
Does Montway Auto Transport have insurance?
While your shipment is transported on land: an Inland Marine Cargo Insurance policy of up to $100,000 is provided by the motor carrier that transports your vehicle, subject to some exclusions and limitations.
While your shipment is transported overseas: all ocean shipments are subject to the terms and conditions of the oceanic transporter. The oceanic transporter assumes limited liability for damages so it’s imperative that you review their Terms & Conditions and arrange for additional insurance prior to shipping if deemed necessary.
If I don’t choose enclosed transport, can you guarantee top load with an open carrier?
Yes, we can. This option is a good way to provide extra protection to your vehicle.