On average, it will cost approximately $1,100 to ship a car from New York to Florida. Learn all about shipping a car between NY and FL here!
Even our dedicated auto transport drivers need some downtime. And what better place to unwind than a beach in Hawaii! Now that’s a Pacific sunset!
Should I Bring My Car to College? When setting off to college, freshmen will have a very long list of items that they “simply must” carry with them on their college journey. This list often includes things like: Cell phones Laptops and an assortment of chargers Fully packed backpacks or suitcases Their coolest clothes Maybe a printer Bedding Their favorite game system (Xbox or PS) New students are usually only interested in bringing a few of the comforts of home to make them less homesick. Bringing a car to college might seem like a given for most college students, however, but is it a good idea? Should you bring your car to college? Well, the answer to that question depends on a number of things! First and foremost, you should be asking yourself the following questions: Does the university I am attending allow new students to bring their cars? Where is my college located? Is there any on-campus transport system in place? Is there a public transport system that makes frequent campus stops? These options are mostly available for those who attend a university in large cities. If you`re attending a smaller institution, there may be a less established local public transport system, or whatever transport system that might exist may have limited operating hours. Pros of Bringing a Car to College While it’s true that bringing your car with you to college has both advantages and disadvantages, it’s the fact that bringing your car with you has the same… Read more »
A road trip can be a source of laughter and memorable moments. However, if things go sideway it can be one of the worst experiences ever in your life. Whether it’s just a three-hour drive or a super long drive across the country, a road trip can be the beginning of a wonderful experience. However, you should be fully aware of all the necessary road trip safety procedures so that you can enjoy your journey in relative comfort. When planning any vacation, especially when it involves being on the road for long hours, preparation is key. You can’t just wake up in the morning and jump into your car and head out to parts unknown. Well, you can, but it’s ill-advised. While that might seem spontaneous and fun, you should be ready to face an assortment of unforeseeable occurrences that might put a damper on the entire trip. For a fun, safe and enjoyable road trip, plan your travel effectively. Let the driving factors be based on the following criteria: Your destination Size of the group Type of trip you want to take Type of car you intend to drive Before hitting the road, double check that the vehicle you are going to use is properly maintained and has recently been serviced. Most importantly, check the brakes, tires, wipers, oil, battery, belts, and the transmission fluid. In case you’ve had a car break-down in the past, it’s ideal to seek professional vehicle check-up services before hitting the road again using… Read more »
One of the bonuses of driving for a living? The fauna you encounter on the way! For example, this gaggle of geese. Photo by Kevin Davis.
The traffic around here is terrible! It’s literally at a standstill! Just another day transporting cars for our customers! Photo by Sam Nixon.
When you’re getting your car ready to ship, there a few things you should do. This, however, is not one of them.
If you’re traveling down I-90 near Butte, MT, look up! In the mountains overlooking the city, you’ll see Our Lady of the Rockies, a 90-foot statue of the Virgin Mary situated on the Continental Divide! Photo by David Maxwell.
Just another frosty morning on the road as our drivers transport cars across the US for our customers. Photo by Ken Haaby.
J&S drivers get to see some of the most beautiful and interesting sights and scenery as they travel the highways of America transporting cars for our customers. For example, this! Hell’s Canyon in Idaho. Photo by Kevin Davis.