Ezine Articles: Making Sense of Prices

Posted in March 27th, 2011
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The Internet has helped provide customers with an unprecedented array of tools with which they can compare different companies, their services and pricing schemes. Automobile transport is no exception – now, a customer who needs to have a vehicle moved can get literally dozens of quotes from different companies. This Ezine Article discusses the different […]

Ezine Articles: Reviewing Auto Shippers

Posted in March 26th, 2011
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There are shipping companies, and then there are shipping companies. Not all are created equal, and not all have the same profile. Of the hundreds of companies that vie for your services, which one should you choose? Which one is right for the type of vehicle that you would like to ship, the route that […]

Ezine Articles: Choosing Among Transport Trailers

Posted in March 25th, 2011
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Automobile transport companies generally use standard equipment – you have certainly seen the double-decker car shipping trailers on the nation’s roads and highways – but even here, there is a certain amount of variety. The more common trailers are open rigs that are adequate for most transportation jobs, but for delicate vehicles such as vintage […]

Ezine Articles: Understanding Auto Transport Quotes

Posted in March 24th, 2011
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We keep inviting our visitors with transportable cars to fill out a form and get a free automobile transport quote. It seems like a rather straightforward process, but did you know that there are at least two different kinds of quotes – binding and non-binding? A price quote is a promise by a company to […]

Network Site Redesign; Informative Post on Fuel Prices

Posted in March 24th, 2011
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We have recently redesigned one of our network pages, Automobile-Transportation.com. The new visual theme features a rotating background image instead of a static background. I couldn’t tell you what kind of code it takes to do this, but it’s an impressive feature. We also recommend an informative and math-rich post on another automobile transport broker’s […]

Ezine Articles: Door-to-Door Car Shipping

Posted in March 23rd, 2011
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Door to door automobile transport is fast becoming the standard service in the industry. In the most basic terms, it means that a car will get picked up at the client’s doorstep and be delivered and dropped off at the destination address, instead of at pre-determined pickup and dropoff lots. However, there are a number […]

Transportation Company Returns From Afghanistan

Posted in March 16th, 2011
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Last week, another kind of transportation company came home from one of the world’s more inhospitable regions. The 1136th Transportation Company of the Maine National Guard has returned from another year-long deployment in Afghanistan, and was met by elated families at the Armory in Augusta, GA. During their deployment, the Company’s soldiers served as guards […]

Read Our Press Release on CentreDaily.com

Posted in March 15th, 2011
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A press-release version of yesterday’s article on the impact of high gas prices on the automobile transport industry has appeared on a number of sites, including the Centre Daily Times. You can read it on their online page, here.

High Gas Prices Squeeze Shipping Professionals

Posted in March 14th, 2011
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2011 was supposed to be the year when Americans – financially battered, underemployed and demoralized by the impossibly long crisis – finally found their livelihoods improving. In February of this year, unemployment dipped under 9% for the first time since April 2009. Private sector hiring is up, jobless benefit filings are the lowest in 3 […]

Mexican tariffs to decrease 50% by June 2011

Posted in March 10th, 2011
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Resulting from a recent agreement between the US and Mexico, it looks like we can expect to see routine flow of transportation trucks whose routes originate in Mexico. Bruno Ferrari, the interestingly named economy minister in Mexico, said the current tariffs would be reduced by 50% between March and June, when the agreement is scheduled […]