Graveyard Carz is an automotive show focusing on restoring Chrysler muscle cars. Not only are the cars wrecked, they are beyond repair. Broadcast on the Velocity Channel, Graveyard Carz is one of if not the most popular shows on the network, and has fans across the country, and J&S’s drivers are no exception! Our driver Ben Rodriquez is a huge fan of Graveyard Carz, and when he dropped off a 1971 Dodge Challenger in desperate need of restoration, he got the chance to check out the repair shop and meet some of the crew, including Dave Rea and the man, Mark Worman, the driving passion behind Graveyard Carz, himself! Mark and his team of auto restoration experts specialize in MOPAR cars that have seen better days. They scour the country for classics in desperate need of resurrection! The cars Mark and his crew work on are found far and wide throughout the US and can’t be driven to their shop in Oregon. How do they get the cars delivered to their shop? We’ve been lucky enough to transport a few cars for Mark Worman and the crew, and we’re delivering a few for the 7th season, which is set to premiere in March. We’re looking forward to seeing a few of the cars we transported for them restored! Check your local listings to see the day and time Graveyard Carz comes back! Official webpage: https://www.graveyardcarz.com/ Official Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/graveyardcarz/ Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/graveyardcarz Mark Worman’s Twitter: @GYC_Mark Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/graveyard_carz Velocity: https://www.velocity.com/tv-shows/graveyard-carz/
Beautiful vistas are just part of the perks of driving the highways shipping cars for J&S Transportation. For example this shot of Swan Lake, MT. The Swan Lake Area is host to numerous campsites including areas right along the lake. Swan Lake is also home to many lakeside homes. Photo by David Maxwell.
Deciding “Do I want to ship my car or drive it myself?” is a big decision. You have to ask yourself, “What is my time worth?” For many people the most important question is “How much will it cost to ship my car versus driving it myself?” At first glance, it may appear to be less expensive to drive your car yourself, but is it really?
If you’ve traveled across the US, you know there are tons of neat and historical sites and stops along the way. Points of Interests, Historical sites, and scenic vistas abound. And, surprisingly, sometimes you can find some interesting historical items in truck stops. For example, this Replica of the first Sleeper Cab truck, a 1950 Freightliner truck on display in the Jubitz Travel Center in Portland, OR.
Leasing a vehicle gives you the benefits of ownership without actually having to own the vehicle. It’s essentially like renting a vehicle, and when the lease is up, you turn the car over and can get another new vehicle! If you have the means, it’s almost always better to buy as you end up owning the car, but if you like getting a new vehicle every couple of years, leasing may be the way to go for you. As leasing has become more popular over the years, lease-swapping has become more popular as well. Sometimes people realize they can’t afford the monthly lease payments, sometimes they just want to get another vehicle. Whatever the reason, when it comes to either trying to unloading a monthly payment you don’t want, or acquiring a new vehicle for less than market rates, lease-swapping may be the avenue for you. Thanks to websites such as leasetrader.com and swapalease.com, picking up a lease at a ridiculously low rate has never been easier (or possible). Leasetrader.com and swapalease.com are among the most popular sites where people looking to sell their leases list their vehicles. On top of locking in the original rate, you’ll typically benefit from a cash incentive, as opposed to the usual down payment. And you’ve now got the car for less than a full lease term—say, six months—so theoretically, you have a different new(ish) car at least every year! Finally, it will almost certainly be easier to return the car at the end… Read more »
Not to worry. You’re not the first person to have this problem. First, you should decide when you want to ship the car and where you are going to move it to and from and get a few car transport rates. Second, do some research into interstate car transport companies. Finally, get an interstate car transport quote and decide which company you want use. After you choose the auto hauler, prepare your car to be shipped. Get Instant Quote Calculate your shipping cost “I need to move my car, but I don’t know what to do.” Here’s a short list of steps you can take to make your life a little easier and make your vehicle hauling experience a hassle-free one. Make sure you have insurance. Your car insurance company may cover your car while in transit. Check with your auto insurance company to verify whether your car insurance applies during auto transport or not. Any damage caused by the transporter is covered by their insurance. Acts of god or nature such as hail damage will need to be covered by your insurance company. Wash the car. This makes doing a condition report much easier. You may also want to take pictures (and date them) of the vehicle before shipping it. Make sure to give a set of keys to the car delivery service. They’ll need them to get your car on and off the auto hauler. It’s always good to keep a set and give a spare key to… Read more »
When you are in the market to ship a car, an actual car carrier may be the way to go versus using an auto transport broker. Your car is often the second most valuable asset you have after your house and deciding which company to trust to deliver your vehicle can be a stressful undertaking and is a decision not to be taken lightly. Simply getting from point A to point B is a concern, but safety, speed, cost, customer service, and reliability are all factors you need to weigh when making your vehicle hauling choice.
Snowbird is the term used to describe retirees and older Americans who live in the northern climes but vacation in the southern and western parts of the United States. Aside from the summer season, the snowbird season is one of the busiest car-shipping seasons of the year. Get Instant Quote Calculate your shipping cost J&S transports door-to-door for Snowbirds Most snowbirds make their yearly migration for the obvious reason – to escape the cold winters. Heck, even birds fly south for the winter to find milder climates, and who can blame them? Given the choice between freezing all winter or sipping drinks on the beach, I know which choice I’d make. Why use a car delivery service to ship your car instead of driving it yourself you ask? Well, there are a number of reasons people chose to ship their cars instead of driving it. First off, it saves the wear and tear on your car. Second, when you ship your car, it eliminates the stress of long distance road trips. Third, it is safer to ship your car than driving it yourself. Finally, it may actually be cheaper to ship the vehicle than driving it, when you take into account the cost of hotels, fuel, food and unforeseen expenses. At J&S Transportation our goal is simple, to make your auto transport experience as simple, stress-free and quick as possible. For over a decade J&S has built our reputation on honest communication and excellent customer service. It is what separates… Read more »
Sugar beets are a surprising big crop in the United States and in Montana. The Top 5 states for sugar beet production are Minnesota, North Dakota, Idaho, Michigan, and Montana. In Montana, Sugar Beets are the 5th biggest crop. Photo by Charlotte Rodriguez.
We got and auto transport order for ship a 2007 Toyota Land Cruiser from Barnstable, MA, to Greenville, SC, for Anne Cox. After the vehicle was delivered, Anne sent us this note: “I wanted to thank the J&S transportation team again for the efficient and organized delivery of my Toyota Land Cruiser. J&S was a pleasure to deal with, and it is so nice not worry about the transportation details! I felt reassured that my car would make it from the time I placed the order to the receipt of the car. Chris, the truck driver, was fantastic and stayed in touch throughout the trip. I will definitely use y’all again if I have the need and recommend y’all to anyone who asks! Best, Anne Cox” Thanks, Anne!