I always get this question that the car industry is full of crooks. The reason before was simple was easy to get a broker bond.The car transport industry isn’t heavily regulated (alot better now 75,000 bond is required now use to be 10,000), granted, but it is regulated to an extent and there have been independent safeguards put into place to prevent car transport companies from cheating their customers out of their money. We won’t say that those scam artists don’t exist – unfortunately, due to the regulatory nature of the industry, not all car transport companies are legitimate. However, it’s pretty easy to tell who’s legit and who’s not. For starters, never book with the first company that you find – chances are they aren’t the best company for you. Instead, try and gather as many different car transport quotes from as many different companies as you can – we recommend at least eight, but ten to twelve is best. That way, you can make side-by-side comparisons between quotes and come to a decision.Therefore, the car transport industry isn’t full of crooks if you do a little homework.
Always try and book with a local company and meet with broker/carrier if possible. Please contact American Transport with questions or to book a orde