Door-to-door auto transport service refers to a type of vehicle shipping service where a transportation company picks up your vehicle from a specific location, such as your home or place of business, and delivers it directly to the destination address you specify. This service is convenient because it eliminates the need for you to drop off or pick up your vehicle at a terminal or specific location.


Here’s how door-to-door auto transport typically works:



You contact an auto transport company and provide details about your vehicle, the pickup location, and the destination. You may also specify a timeframe for the transport.



The auto transport company schedules a pickup date and time that works for you. They send a transporter or carrier to the specified location, which could be your driveway, parking lot, or another accessible area. They load your vehicle onto the carrier.



Your vehicle is then transported to the destination address, typically on an open or enclosed carrier, depending on your preference and the service you’ve chosen.



Upon reaching the destination, the auto transport company unloads your vehicle and delivers it to the address you provided. This could be your new home, office, or another location you specify.


Door-to-door auto transport is often preferred by customers because it’s convenient and saves time. However, it’s important to note that the availability of this service may depend on factors like the accessibility of your pickup and delivery locations, as well as local regulations. Additionally, some remote or hard-to-reach areas may require alternative arrangements, such as meeting the carrier at a nearby location due to logistical constraints. Always discuss the specific details of your transportation needs with the auto transport company to ensure a smooth process. Please be aware that door-to-door service entails the truck coming as close as legally and physically feasible, ensuring safe maneuverability without any obstructions. The driver will make every effort to reach the specified addresses for both pick-up and delivery. They will locate a secure area to load and unload the vehicle, utilizing a truck GPS to avoid any potential obstacles such as low hanging trees, bridges, or narrow streets. Unless your vehicle/s are being picked up from or delivered to a car dealership, commercial, or industrial area, you will need to meet the driver nearby on a main street or at the nearest Walmart, Home Depot, Lowe’s, or other large shopping centers or parking lots within a 0-3 mile radius. Due to restrictions, trucks of this size are generally not permitted in residential areas, and any low-hanging trees or bridges can pose a risk of damage. Therefore, to ensure the safety and security of loading and unloading your vehicle/s, we kindly request that you meet our driver. In certain cases, your vehicle/s may be picked up by a smaller local truck, eliminating the need to meet the long-haul driver at the aforementioned locations. The carrier will provide you with further information regarding this.