Avoid Problems With These Auto Transport Troubleshooting Tips
Car carriers are busy 365 days a year. They are on the road, crisscrossing the country picking up and delivering cars to all parts of the country. But the Holiday Season from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day – can present scheduling challenges unique to this time of year. If you have a car or truck to ship during this time of year, take care to follow these tips to get your vehicle delivered where you want it, when you want it.
- Black Friday Although it may be the busiest time of the year for retail, scheduling a car pickup or delivery may be impossible. Many auto transport companies are closed the day after Thanksgiving so scheduling car shipping, if available on your route at all, will come at a premium cost.
- Ever hear of the Dead Week? Car carrier drivers are just like the rest of us. They want to enjoy the holidays with their families too. Many take the week or so between December 25th and New Year’s Day off. This means that scheduling a vehicle pickup and delivery may be tough. Your best bet is to avoid this slow time and schedule your car transport before of after this time of year.
- Days Off Add Up The Holiday season also includes more 3-day weekends than the rest of the year, not only for you but for car carrier companies and their drivers. This can really impact car transport route availability and flexibility.
What does this mean for your car delivery? Contact your car carrier company early to schedule your auto transport. Making arrangements as far in advance as possible increases your chance of getting the pickup and delivery schedule that is best for you and at the best rate too!