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Car Transport to Another State
Most auto transport is state to state. What determines the pricing is not just the mileage, but which states you want to ship your vehicles to and from. Looking at the table show, you can see some routes are longer but cost less, for example. This is because it’s the demand and popularity of the route that determines the price as well as the distance.
Open Carrier Vs. Enclosed – State to State
Open carrier is 90% of what we do and just about everyone else does. If your vehicle is daily driven, is regularly parked outside, and valued less than $75,000 open transport is for you. This can be most cars, trucks, and suv’s that fit into this category,
Running or Non Running (Inoperable)
Car not run? If it rolls and steers it will not cost more to ship to another state, however the fee is usually anywhere from $150-200 more if it doesn’t run.
National Express Auto Transport provides full service door to door auto transport to many state routes. Below are some popular routes we see all the time for running vehicles on open carrier. For the most up-do-date information, please use our car shipping calculator.
|New Jersey to / from Washington State||$1125|
|California to / from Florida||$900|
|California to/from New York||$1025|
|New York to Florida (September to March)||$800|
|New York to Florida (April to October)||$450|
|New Jersey to Florida (September to March)||$800|
|New Jersey to Florida (April to October)||$450|
|Texas to/from California||$700|
|New York to/from Texas||$800|
|Washington State to/from Texas||$1200|
|Georgia to/from California||$825|
|California to/from Washington||$700|
|Florida to/from DC||$750|