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Very kind, super helpful, precise (pick-up and delivery were done at the agreed upon time). Highly recommended!

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Everything arrived intact and we kept in touch by phone on timing ok

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Tips for preparing for transportation

Garden machine transportation is one of the most common kinds of transportation that we might need in our life. Some garden accessories – mostly minor equipment (like shovels, scissors and much more) – you can safely ship in your car booth or even on the backseat. Things become a bit more complicated when you need to transport any garden supplies bigger in dimensions and weight, like a mower.

Transporting a mower looks like a pretty easy task. If you have a vehicle that’s big enough, you most likely are thinking about shipping it on your own. Transporting a lawnmower by yourself is obviously possible but it requires a bit of knowledge as well as preparation. First of all, you have to drain the machine from all the fluids. Flooding spark plugs with any liquid can cause serious damage. And even when you empty the mower from all the fluids, it is good to ship a mower vertical. It is also important to transport a mower in a box that is as close to its size as possible. Ideally, you should transport it in its original box (it’s closely adjusted to its dimensions), but if you no longer have it, any container can work, assuming it’s in the right size. The general thing is that when you placed the mower inside a cardboard, there should be as little free space left as possible. Use Styrofoam or newspapers to fill the empty spaces (it will help to absorb any vibrations on the road).

There is garden equipment that is much too huge to ship it by yourself. So if you have to transport e.g. a tractor mower, you’ll need help from a professional transport provider – someone who has both experience as well as a car necessary to harmlessly ship your garden equipment. Hiring a shipping company can be quite costly, however happily there is more than one way you can hire a professional hauler. To find professional shipment in reasonable price, consider using a transport marketplace, like Clicktrans.

You can publish your delivery for free and gather quotes from haulers from different places of Europe. If any of the transport providers are going to travel on similar route to the route you require, your load can be a partial load, which can help to lower the cost of the service significantly.  Additionally using a transport marketplace to search for a hauler allows you to reach directly the person who will be shipping your garden equipment. That way you may work out all the specifics of the transport job as well as ensure, that your cargo will be shipped safely.

When it comes to shipping garden equipment, protection against weather conditions is less important as garden equipment is clearly meant for outdoor work. What is very important whenever transporting garden machinery, is ensuring that the cargo is shielded from mechanical damages. If your garden machinery is too big to place it in a container, you may use pieces of Styrofoam, bubble foil or even pieces of newspaper to cover the most fragile elements like blades and all the parts that protrude from the equipment.

When choosing the best hauler it is of course smart to read reviews given by former customers. Also when you plan to ship some bigger, costly garden equipment it is smart to ask if the hauler you are thinking about has carrier liability insurance. That way if anything happens to your delivery on the road, you will receive some compensation.

Is there anything else you should remember when transporting garden equipment? If your machine is powered by electricity, you need to wait couple of hours after transportation before you start using it once more. It’s particularly significant if the garden equipment was shipped in lower temperatures (around sub-zero temperatures). 

Garden machine transportation is one of the most common kinds of transportation that we might need in our life. Some garden accessories – mostly minor equipment (like shovels, scissors and much more) – you can safely ship in your car booth or even on the backseat. Things become a bit more complicated when you need to transport any garden supplies bigger in dimensions and weight, like a mower.

Transporting a mower looks like a pretty easy task. If you have a vehicle that’s big enough, you most likely are thinking about shipping it on your own. Transporting a lawnmower by yourself is obviously possible but it requires a bit of knowledge as well as preparation. First of all, you have to drain the machine from all the fluids. Flooding spark plugs with any liquid can cause serious damage. And even when you empty the mower from all the fluids, it is good to ship a mower vertical. It is also important to transport a mower in a box that is as close to its size as possible. Ideally, you should transport it in its original box (it’s closely adjusted to its dimensions), but if you no longer have it, any container can work, assuming it’s in the right size. The general thing is that when you placed the mower inside a cardboard, there should be as little free space left as possible. Use Styrofoam or newspapers to fill the empty spaces (it will help to absorb any vibrations on the road).

There is garden equipment that is much too huge to ship it by yourself. So if you have to transport e.g. a tractor mower, you’ll need help from a professional transport provider – someone who has both experience as well as a car necessary to harmlessly ship your garden equipment. Hiring a shipping company can be quite costly, however happily there is more than one way you can hire a professional hauler. To find professional shipment in reasonable price, consider using a transport marketplace, like Clicktrans.

You can publish your delivery for free and gather quotes from haulers from different places of Europe. If any of the transport providers are going to travel on similar route to the route you require, your load can be a partial load, which can help to lower the cost of the service significantly.  Additionally using a transport marketplace to search for a hauler allows you to reach directly the person who will be shipping your garden equipment. That way you may work out all the specifics of the transport job as well as ensure, that your cargo will be shipped safely.

When it comes to shipping garden equipment, protection against weather conditions is less important as garden equipment is clearly meant for outdoor work. What is very important whenever transporting garden machinery, is ensuring that the cargo is shielded from mechanical damages. If your garden machinery is too big to place it in a container, you may use pieces of Styrofoam, bubble foil or even pieces of newspaper to cover the most fragile elements like blades and all the parts that protrude from the equipment.

When choosing the best hauler it is of course smart to read reviews given by former customers. Also when you plan to ship some bigger, costly garden equipment it is smart to ask if the hauler you are thinking about has carrier liability insurance. That way if anything happens to your delivery on the road, you will receive some compensation.

Is there anything else you should remember when transporting garden equipment? If your machine is powered by electricity, you need to wait couple of hours after transportation before you start using it once more. It’s particularly significant if the garden equipment was shipped in lower temperatures (around sub-zero temperatures). 

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