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VEHICLE TRANSPORT

VEHICLE TRANSPORTATION - DOMESTIC & OVERSEAS

we have a large network of truckers that can transport vehicles to any state, port or, any of our locations throughout the US.

So, whether you need to transport a vehicles to the next town, next state or across the country, Seahorse Express can help on all of your vehicle transportation needs.

COVERAGE MAP

we have a large network of truckers that can transport vehicles to any state, port or, any of our locations throughout the US.

So, whether you need to transport a vehicles to the next town, next state or across the country, Seahorse Express can help on all of your vehicle transportation needs.

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We specialize in transporting vehicles purchased at any IAAI or Copart Locations to be loaded for overseas shipping. We have been doing it this for over 15 years at affordable rates in a reliable, secure, and fast way, that why our customers keep coming back time after time.

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New Jersey

PREPARE YOUR VEHICLE FOR TRANSPORT

 

• Remove ALL personal belongings (except for standard vehicle equipment such as the spare tire and jack).
• Remove coverings such as spare tire cover, grill cover or car cover.
• Remove non-built-in, after-market, and custom products (such as bike, luggage, or ski racks; radio, CD, TV, or DVD interfaces; spoilers, ground effects, fog lights and bumpers, car phones, garage door openers, parking passes and toll tags; GPS systems).
• Make sure the battery has a full charge and is secure in the mounting bracket.

• Make sure that the tires are properly inflated.
• Make sure to repair any leaking or mechanical issues; if you are unable to do so, notify your transporter beforehand.
• If transporting a convertible, secure the top as tightly as possible.

• Top off all fluids in the car
• Run down your gas tank to between ¼ and ½ full
• Disconnect, disable, or turn off all alarm systems
• Fully retract or remove all antennas
• Fold down side car mirrors

PREPARE YOUR RECORDS

 

• Make a personal, date-marked record of any chips, dents, scratches, or other cosmetic damage.
• Take date-marked pictures of the car from several angles as well as close-up shots of any damage.

PREPARE FOR INSPECTION

 

• Thoroughly wash your vehicle.
• Document mechanical problems and write down any special steps needed to drive your car on and off the trailer (including problems starting or stopping your car). Give these instructions to your driver.
• Verify the driver’s official notes about existing damage on the Bill of Lading.