If you are going to move to your new home with your car, there are several options to consider. Of course, this only applies if you are relocating across the country or state and need to move your car separately. Take a look at these options and see which might work best for you.
Move Your Car with the Rest of Your Stuff
Talk to your moving company about moving your car with the rest of your shipment. However, this could be a very expensive option, so do get a quote beforehand. Remember, most moving companies will charge by weight, distance, and time – and your car likely weighs a lot!
Hire a Professional Auto Mover
Instead of using your movers to transport your car, you might want to look into a professional auto mover. This is a type of company that specializes in shipping cars, boats, and other recreational vehicles. (You’ve probably seen these open trucks with a load of cars on the highway.)
How Much Will it Cost?
With a professional auto mover, you will get a quote based on your specific situation. In most cases, the auto mover will base your price on several factors including distance, your type of car, operating condition, size and weight, services by the auto mover, and any insurance costs you might need.
Of course, you can always move your car on your own, though that may be a little more stressful and time-consuming than you might like, especially during such a hectic time.