Are You an “Auto Shipping Wars” Veteran?

More deal­ers than ever are ship­ping more cars greater dis­tances, and find­ing that these expe­ri­ences can be just as inex­pen­sive – and just as col­or­ful – as an episode of “Ship­ping Wars” on A&E.

Luck­i­ly, ship­ping a 2007 Ford Focus from Illi­nois to Col­orado is a bit eas­i­er than 30,000 lbs. of Brazil­ian Geo­des – and it’s great to know that uShip reg­u­lar­ly saves deal­ers up to 50% over pub­lished rates.

uShip may play more of a sup­port­ing role on Ship­ping Wars, the fact that all that crazy stuff on the show actu­al­ly gets shipped safe­ly (and eco­nom­i­cal­ly) is entire­ly due to them. Last night’s episodes alone saw a 9-foot high Lego stat­ue, a 12-foot wide heavy plas­tic poly­mer set of the Simp­sons sit­ting on their couch, and a 13-foot high (450 lbs.) Willie Mays stat­ue trans­port­ed long dis­tances – as well as those Brazil­ian geo­des.

Exot­ic stuff, indeed, but uShip offers solu­tions for deal­ers as well. In fact, over 4,000 trans­porters had reg­is­tered with­in 24 hours of the Jan­u­ary 10 “Ship­ping Wars” pre­miere on A&E – and the com­pa­ny is cur­rent­ly on-track to do around $30-mil­lion worth of auto trans­port this year.

Next time you need to ship a vehi­cle, check out uShip’s Ship­ping Price Esti­ma­tor. You can plug in an ori­gin and des­ti­na­tion, along with a cat­e­go­ry, and get a pret­ty good idea of just how much you’re going to save.


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