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Checklist For Carriers

When it comes to the Transport of your vehicle there are some simple things that you can do to make your Transport experience easier. The biggest and most important thing is to have your car prepared correctly before having McDonald Transport pick it up. This will save you time and money in the long run. It will also cut down on the amount of time that the car will have to be inspected and will insure that your Carrier experience is a success. We at McDonald Transport care about our customers and we want you to have the best Transporting experience possible. Here are some quick and painless tips to getting you on your way to having a successful Carrier experience.

Carriers Tip #1:

Most Carrier companies will not allow you more than 100 lbs of personal belongings in the vehicle during Transporter. These belongings will have to be put in the trunk. But remember, any personal items inside the vehicle will not be covered if lost or stolen during the Transporting of your automobile.

Carriers Tip #2

Your vehicle will need to be inspected with McDonald Transport before . To make the vehicle easier to inspect, please insure that the vehicle is clean. The exterior should have little to no dirt while all upholstery should be visible inside the car. The inspection of the vehicle is for your benefit. If something was to happen to the vehicle during Transporter, and it was not a damage noted before Transporting, we at McDonald Transport would take full responsibility. Another inspection will be administered at the destination.

Carriers Tip #3

You must make sure that you have personal insurance on your vehicle. Most Transporting companies will not repair damages due to normal road conditions or conditions of nature. For example, if your car was damaged while sitting on a parking lot, even if your vehicle was under the control of the Transport, your insurance would be responsible. The carrier is responsible only when the car is directly damaged by the Transport company.

Carriers Tip #4

Before Carrier make sure that you only have a quarter of a tank of gas. No more, no less. This is to ensure that the car has enough gas for loading and unloading by the Transporter company.

Carriers Tip #5

For most Transporting companies there is usually an extra charge if your vehicle is inoperable, has a camper shell, is lifted, is oversized, etc. The rule of thumb in Transport is that if it has anything on it that would make it harder to Transport, then you will probably be charged more for Transporting.

Carriers Tip #6

Please make sure that you have two complete sets of keys. One for you and one for the Transport company. This way the Transporting company will have access to load and unload your vehicle. Please make sure that the keys both, unlock the doors and unlock the ignition.

Carriers Tip #7

Please make sure that you disable your car alarm so that it does not get triggered during .

Carriers Tip #8

Please be sure to provide a number where you can be reached at all times. This will enable the Transporter company to easily contact you in case of an emergency. If the Transport company cannot contact you, your car may be left at a terminal where it will accrue fees.

Carriers Tip #9

Remember, that if moving in colder climate to make sure that you check all antifreeze and fluids in your vehicle before Transporting. This will insure that no part of the engine will be harmed during the cold starts in frigid temperatures. The Transport company will usually not take responsibility for a problem that they did not directly cause.

Carriers Tip #10

Relax, and take a deep breath. We at McDonald Transport Transporting hundreds of cars every month all over the globe. If you have taken the time to complete these simple steps before Transporter your vehicle will be one hundred percent ready for Transport.