How should I prepare my RV or travel trailer for transport?
All doors including cabinet doors and windows should be taped or tied closed. Antennas, ,
propane gas bottles, should be removed and placed away from the unit. Take down all pictures and mirrors hanging
or other loose and breakable items. No hazardous materials may be left in your trailer during transport, including
gas or oil tanks, ammunition of any kind, or any other materials, which may be considered
hazardous. Please ask your transporter if you are unsure.
What forms of payment methods do RV Transporters accept?
Transporters will accept cash, credit cards, or certified funds for the deposit. The remaining balance is usually
accepted in the form of cash or certified funds, unless other arrangements have been made. Please check with your chosen transporter to
be certain of their payment policies.
What form of payment is accepted?
For the deposit credit card, money
orders or certified check, and sometimes cash. The only form
of payment accepted for the remaining balance due on delivery
is cash, money orders or any other form of certified funds.
Do you Transport Class A & Class C motorhomes?
A motorhomes require driveaway services, unlike transporting travel trailers, Class B and 5th wheel trailers.
At this time we do not offer driveaway service, which is when they must be driven to their destinations.