Renault 5 x 2 (No. 8011715)

Renault 5 x 2
Renault 5 1 Gen. (1972 - 1985) Hatchback 5-Puertas
352 cm
151 cm
141 cm
777 kg

* Can the car be rolled onto the car transporter without using a crane?

Total weight:
1554 kg
11582 km

Pick-up address and date

South Africa, Western Cape, Cape Town

From 1 Dec 2022 to 16 Dec 2022

Delivery address and date

Spain, Catalonia, Tarragona

From 1 Jan 2023 to 28 Feb 2023

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Car transport

There are many cases when we  try to transport a vehicle. For instance, when you purchase a new an auto or import it from country like Ireland, Poland or Greece etcetera, final price of shipping depends on many factors: maintenance, weigth, size of the vehicle, length of the journey and transport method. One of the most cost-effective methods to ship a car is to post a listing on - soon you will get quotes from transport companies specialising in vehicle transport. Before you select which transport provider you prefere ensure the transport provider has his car  insured and check if he provides parcel insurance as well,in case of car accident, delivery delay or damage. What are the solutions for a car shipping? For a car shipping you could use car carriers/car carrier trucks. There are open carriers which are cost-effectve, but less secure and can take many autos at the same time. Enclosed carriers take only up to 5 autos and protect them in troublesome weather conditions. Other than that, you can choose to have your auto towed or carry it on a trailer. It is crucial to strap down the car properly, so it is well-secured during transport. All wheels should be strap down with belts. It is crucial to remember that weight of the load shoud not exceed the actual mass of the carrier. You could ship a car on your own as long as you have a proper driving licence for this job and an auto you want to move does not exceed 3,5 tonne. When hiring a shipping company to transport a vehicle within the European Union, in most cases you will need a CRM note. transporting a vehicle with car carrier trucks in the UK costs around 1 pounds per km. On longer routes, above 300 GBP per km. Shipping an auto with autotransporters/car carrier trucks abroad costs around 0,2-0,5 GBP per km, depending on the route lenght.