Make and model:Honda Accord
Item weight [kg]:1.42
Distance: 281.00 km
There are many situations when we want to ship a vehicle. For instance, when we order a brand new a vehicle or import it from a foreign country such as Ireland, Poland or Greece and so on, Final cost of transport depends on many factors: technical condition, weigth, size of the car, length of the route and shipping method. One of the penny-wise solutions to move a vehicle is to make a listing on Clicktrans.com - soon you will receive offers from transport providers specialising in car shipping. Before you choose which transport provider you like the most ensure the transport provider has his car insured and check if he offers parcel insurance as well,in case of car accident, delivery delay or damage. What are the solutions for a vehicle transport? For an auto shipping you can utilise car platforms/car carrier trucks. you could have already seen open carriers which are cost-effectve, but less secure and are able to carry many autos at the same time. Enclosed carriers carry only up to 5 vehicles and protect them in troublesome weather conditions. Additionally, you might want to have your auto towed or put it on a trailer. It is essential to install the car properly, so it is stablized during transport. All wheels should be secured with belts. It is essential to remember that weight of the vehicle shoud not exceed the actual mass of the platform. You could ship an auto on your own as long as you have a proper driving licence for this job and a car you wish to carry does not exceed 3,5 tonne. When hiring a shipping company to ship a vehicle within the EU, in most cases you will need a consignment note. moving a vehicle with autotransporters in the UK costs around 1 £ per kilometer. On longer routes, above 300 GBP per km. moving an auto with autotransporters/car carrier trucks to a foreign country costs around 0,2-0,5 GBP per km, depending on the country.
Pick-up address and datePalma, 07012, Spain
Delivery address and dateBarcelona, Spain
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