Dacia Logan (No. 5601955)

Dacia Logan

Make and model:

Dacia Logan MCV I

Total weight [kg]:

1300.00

Number of items:

1

Distance: 740.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate, Neustadt

1 Apr 2020

Delivery address and date

Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, Bollingstedt

30 Apr 2020


Car transport

Often people  wish to transport an auto. First of all, when we order a new a car or import it from country such as France, Germany or Sweden etcetera, eventual cost of shipping depends on various factors: technical condition, weigth, size of the auto, length of the route and shipping solution. One of the penny-wise methods to move an auto is to list your car on Clicktrans.com - quickly you will get quotes from transport providers specialising in car shipping. Before you choose which transport compny you prefere ensure the transport provider has his car  insured and check if he offers parcel insurance also,in case of car accident, delivery delay or damage. What are the solutions for an auto shipping? For a vehicle shipping you can use car carriers/car carrier trucks. There are open carriers which are cost-efficient, but less secure and can take many autos at one time. Enclosed carriers take only up to 5 cars and protect them in harsh weather conditions. Additionally, you can choose to have your vehicle towed or put it on a trailer. It is important to strap the car properly, so it is stablized during transport. All four wheels should be secured with belts. It is crucial to keep in mind that weight of the auto shoud not exceed the actual mass of the car carrier. You could move a car yourself if you have a proper driving licence for this job and a car you want to transport does not exceed 3,5 t. When hiring a shipping company to move a car within the European Union, usually you will need a CRM note. Shipping a vehicle with autotransporters in the UK costs around 1 £ per km. On a longer route, above 300 GBP per km. Shipping a car with autotransporters/car carrier trucks to a foreign country costs around 0,2-0,5 £ per kilometer, depending on the route lenght.