Category Archives: Car Shipping

International Automobile Shipping: When Do You Need It?

International automobile shipping is the service you’ll without doubt need if you require transportation of your vehicle overseas. As the title implies, it means a company arranges for your automobile to be shipped from one destination and then ensures its safe arrival to the final destination. Depending upon the international automobile shipping company you select to fulfill this service for you – the company may…

Shipping Cars Overseas: Shared Container Service

Shipping cars overseas in ocean containers is not new but not a lot of customers have a clear picture how it’s done exactly especially when it comes to shared (or consolidated) container service for international vehicle shipping. Let me give you a few details how an international car shipping company manages loading and shipping multiple vehicles in a single container thus providing considerable savings on…

Shipping Cars from USA to Italy

When a person thinks about Italy – fashion, sports cars and nice vino come to mind. After our company started working with Italy on shipping cars from USA I was quite surprised to discover that Italians are quite amused with American culture too. We shipped hundreds of automobiles from the glamorous 60-ies: old Fords, Cadillacs, Jeeps, Chevrolets, etc. (apparently classics never go out of style…

Shipping ebayMotors Cars Overseas

Thousands of cars are sold on ebay each month and a lot of them are purchased by overseas buyers. Sellers in USA are not very accustomed to handling international transactions and that’s when some help from an experienced international car shipping company is required. Our company handled hundreds of ebay motors car deals and shipped the automobiles to their new owners in other countries. However,…

Shipping Cars: International Car Shipping

First of all, you want to get your vehicle ready for international car shipping. It calls for cleaning of any dirt and removing any personal items, accessories or tools that are valuable to you as well as leaving the fuel to less than 1/8 in the tank. (I strongly recommend shipping your car completely empty to avoid any issues with the shipping companies). Once you…