Take Photos of Cars
Always take photos of your car, keep them for your records. Take note of any scratches or dents, stone chip and so on. Always take pictures of the vehicle from all sorts of different angles.
Car Keys and Spare keys
Ensure you have all keys prepared to hand over – we need access to all doors and drawers if any, and the boot for per-transport assessment. However, only supply one version of each key, keep all spares with you.
Canvas Covers on Cars
Try not to anchor convertibles with a canvas cover. These coverings can, at times, resemble sandpaper on vehicles.
Check For Oil Leaks
Check your car for any oil leaks. Check oil check your engine and so on, really give it a go over maintenance check to make sure there are no underlying issues that are not going to cause any transport issue.
Remove Toll Tags
Removal of all toll tags is also a good idea.
If the E-Tag attached to the vehicle, you may be charged fees while the truck goes through tolls.
Always fold back your mirrors and pull the antenna down. Please remove Items like fog lights, roof racks or any special attachments. Issues can arise with these being over height, in turn, costing you more at the time of collection.
Remove Any Car Covers
Detach any car covers that are on your car; the car covers can not be on your vehicle, This can be a missile while travelling on the trucks.
Special Notes Truck Driver
If you can, make any special notes for the driver if needed. For example, if the clutch is different, the car is started a different way, these things make the transportation more straightforward and faster at the time of collection. Leave a note in the car if you have to with any special instructions.
A car transporter’s protection won’t cover any items inside your vehicle. These things may move while in transport and cause massive harm to your car. You may responsible subject if your things cause damage to another car or the vehicle truck. Always remove any valuable items.
Never under any circumstance can you have any firearms, flammable materials, gases or liquids. Carriers will inspect your car and if these rules have not adhered too, may be rejected.
loading and unloading
Your vehicle will be reviewed, loaded and unloaded on various occasions while being transported. Consequently, it will undoubtedly travel opened. Reduce the danger of loss by taking out all unnecessary items, like video and DVD players, TVs, GPS Systems, and CD players. Ship these things independently.