Friday, May 11, 2012

Inoperative Vehicle Transport

What if my vehicle won't start or is broken down? Can a non-operative or inoperative vehicle be transported? A non running vehicle can be transported; however, additional charges will apply. In order to provide you with correct information, we will need to know the true condition of the vehicle. For example, it is important that a non operating vehicle rolls forward and in reverse, steers and brakes. Vehicles that do not meet this criterion can still be moved, however, may require special equipment for loading. N-Motion Auto Transport will move cars for insurance companies, insurance recovery, auto auctions and salvage auctions, including both running and non-running cars and trucks.

Our drivers will take the utmost care in loading and unloading non operational vehicles. If the vehicle will not roll, steer or brake, such as a chassis, a forklift may have to be used. Damages, if incurred during the loading and unloading, are not transport damage and therefore, non operational vehicles are shipped at the owner's risk.

For all of your inoperative vehicle transport and car transport needs, call N-Motion Auto Transport today for hassle free auto transport rates!