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Shipping Process

  • Step 1

    Request quote

  • Step 2

    Customer receives the quote from Car's Ship To Go

  • Step 3

    Prepare necessary documents for the shipping process

  • Step 4

    Confirm the shipment details

  • Step 5

    Approve the charges

  • Step 6

    Send payment

  • Step 7

    Schedule the pick up date and time or drop off your car yourself at Car’s Ship To Go warehouse

  • Step 8

    Shipment passes through Customs

  • Step 9

    Receive and pay the bill customs duties and taxes

  • Step 10

    Receive the shipment

AUTO SHIPPING SERVICE

  • Cars, Luxury Automobiles
  • Pickup Trucks, Box Trucks
  • SUV's,Vans, Trucks
  • Earthmoving Equipment
  • Moving, Auto Parts, Goods,
  • Tractors, Bulldozers
  • Heavy Cargo, Cranes, Forklifts
  • Aircraft, Planes, Helicopters
  • Boats, Yachts
  • Roll Trailers, Export, Import, Oceanfreight
  • Purchase, New, Used, IAAI, COPART, MANNHEIM, E Bay handling.


Vehicle Shipping Instructions


Cars must be completely empty, except for factory installed equipment. You may have no more than 1/2 tank of gas, and keys. All cars must be in running condition for roll on/roll off service, if does not runs and drives or not roll, additional fees apply.


The price quote is based on cubic feet measurements. Older, oversized, and customized vehicles will be measured at the port. If they differ from the measurements given by the customer, any additional cost most be paid prior to shipping.


Price does include port fees in the USA. However, should your vehicle need to be stored at the US port for any reason (i.e. improper paperwork), those fees are also the responsibility of the shipper. The price does NOT INCLUDE storage fees, handling and custom duties at the overseas destination.


Ships depart approximately every week, with delivery times of approximately 14-21 days. Some destinations require a transshipment and may take an additional 7 to 21 days.


When deciding how to ship your car overseas!? There are a number of things that you should consider. While shipping on one of our Roll on Roll off services may be more cost effective for a single car, you may also wish to consider some of the benefits and additional options that our container car shipping services provide.


If you have a car or auto that does not run you may still be able to ship your car on a roll on roll off (Ro Ro) service however, there will be additional charges for handling a non-running car at the port and loading to and from the ship. If you have a non-running vehicle that is perhaps an incomplete restoration project you may also have some spare parts that need to be shipped with the car or, you may simply have some personal items that you would like to ship at the same time. While you will not be permitted to load items in your car on a Ro Ro service, shipping you car in a container will provide you with the option to have personal belongings or spare parts loaded into your vehicle saving on additional shipping costs to move them separately. If you have a large amount of personal or household items to ship that will not fit inside your car, we also provide a service to pack such larger items safely and securely in the container around your car providing an eco way everything to be shipping in addition to the convenience of having everything arrive at the same time in the same container.


Our container services are often the preferred option when shipping a high value or classic auto as vehicles can be received at one of our specialist, covered handling facilities and covered in the container to provide a clean, dust free environment.

If you have more than one vehicle to move, our container car shipping services will often provide a cost saving over moving two cars, charged at a 'per unit' rate, on Roll on Roll off services. Shipping containers come in two standard sizes; 20ft and 40ft in length. Our unique, loading systems enable us to load 4 small standard size cars in a 40ft container with a standard 20ft container having enough space to accommodate 2 vehicles. We also provide dedicated container shipping services should you prefer your car to be shipping in its own dedicated container.


How To Prowide your car to us


The first step in arranging shipment is getting your car either to our werhouse in Fort Lauderdale. You can deliver your car to us or, you can use our nationwide auto transport service to have your car collected and delivered for you. We offer various collection services throughout the US using our transportation driven service, trailer or towing depends for the order.


If you choose to deliver your car to our werhouse you simply need to speak with one of our team to arrange a convenient delivery time. Alternatively if you wish to personally deliver your car directly to the werhouse, we will book your delivery time. Documentation tittle and key you have to present, when you arrive to make sure that dropping your car off is quick and easy.


How the container is geting loaded


We place great emphasis on the importance of making sure that your car is secured within the container so that it cannot move during loading or unloading of the container on and off the ship or while in transit to the destination. Using the right equipment and our years of experience in loading cars to be shipped in containers we ensure that your car arrives safely with you at destination wherever you are in the world.


Your car is first driven into the container and carefully positioned ready to be secured. Each wheel is braced using either wooden 'chocks' or specially manufactured metal plates. Each chock or plate is then secured down to the container floor so that they, nor your car, can move within the container during shipment.


With your car now safely and securely 'chocked' inside the container; high strength, padded ratchet straps are fed around or through the wheels to fasten them to securing eyelets built into the construction of the container itself. This together with the wheel chocks guard against any movement.


Once your car is loaded into the container, all securing points and straps are given a final check before the container is closed ready to be shipped. Container doors are securely sealed shut using leverage bars built into the doors that are secured in place with a uniquely numbered container seal. Once in place container seals cannot be removed without being destroyed and, with every unique seal number detailed on customs and shipping documents, protects against unauthorised access.

INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER SHIPPING

INTERNATIONAL CONTAINER SHIPPING

We specialize in international container shipping. We offer a range of shipping container sizes to fit all of your international cargo. Whether you need cargo shipping containers with enough space to fit a vehicle, or you need additional space to ship household goods, we offer a wide variety of cargo shipping containers to meet your needs. Shipping container sizes include:

  • 20 Foot Dry Box – Cargo Shipping Containers
  • 40 Foot Dry Box – Standard
  • 40 Foot Dry Box – High Cube

Need help deciding what shipping container sizes you need? The best way to figure out which cargo shipping containers you need is to complete our free quotation. 20 ft cargo shipping containers hold about 850 to 1,050 cubic feet, and are usually big enough to fit a 1 to 2 bedroom household, or one vehicle with a few small household goods. 40 ft cargo shipping containers hold about 1,850 to 2,200 cubic feet, and are typically appropriate for moving a 3 to 5 bedroom household, or 1 vehicle and a 2 bedroom household. Seeking a reliable auto shipper? Need a cargo container for a vehicle or boat,Jetsy? We’re an experienced and reliable auto shipper with years of experience successfully shipping a wide range of international cargo including vehicles and equipment overseas. Feel free to give us a toll free call today at 1-(800)607-3215 to find out more about our selection of shipping container sizes and cargo shipping containers to fit a variety of international cargo including oversize items, perishables, and machinery. Check out the charts below for specific information about shipping container sizes for all of your international cargo.