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.
You usually have to be in a plane for a view like this. But if you happen to be driving through the Rockies, you might find yourself above the clouds. Not something you see everyday! Photo by Sam Nixon.
20+ Hours: Drive or Ship My Car Across the Country? As people purchase vehicles online, they become much more familiar with auto transportation. But when do you know it’s worth the cost to ship your car across the country? Perhaps you’re moving or relocating for a job, and you don’t want to drive your car across the country. It takes a lot of time, we don’t blame you. A 12 hour drive is a justifiable trip for some people, especially if you’re on a tight budget. But get much more than that, and all those miles are going to put some serious strain on your vehicle. If you’re looking to ship your car across the country, there are a few things you can do to make it a less stressful undertaking. This guide to using a transportation service will make your interstate car transport experience more likely to have a happy ending (and easier on the nerves). Your options: Broker, Auto Hauler, or both If you’re shopping for a cross-country transportation, look for an auto shipping company that offers nationwide service. This means they can cover routes from North to South, and West Coast to East. We recommend choosing a company that’s primarily an auto hauler, and also has a broker’s license. To translate, being an auto transporter means they’ll have their own fleet of trucks with which they can ship your car. Here’s why they’re the best option: if they don’t serve the area your transport order requires, having… Read more »
Heading down the highway, transporting cars for our customers. Just another day at the office for J&S auto transport drivers. Nice view from the corner office, wouldn’t you say? Photo by Charlotte Rodriguez.
Beautiful sights like this one along the Oregon coast are a way of life for J&S’s auto transport drivers. Photo by David Maxwell.
Who doesn’t love New York City…wait a minute…that’s not The Big Apple! It’s Las Vegas, baby! There’s never a bad time for Vegas! Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, Sin City awaits! Photo by Sam Nixon.
Points of interest and interesting roadside attractions dot the highways of America. For example, this replica of a Conestoga Covered Wagon, which settlers used in the great migration west in the 1800s. Photo by Ken Haaby.