It is the holiday season and people are rushing to get everything completed before it is too late. It is always a mess when people wait until the very last minute to get things done, especially during the Christmas holiday. Many times people are disappointed or stressed to the max. Car Shipping Carriers wants to ensure that people looking to transport their car from one state to another is not waiting until the last minute and are not stressed out.
Normally the date of December 20th is the extreme last day before the car shipping industry starts coming to a halt and there’s no longer cheap auto transport. If you want to ship a car to another state and the vehicle is not picked up by December 20th, it usually means that it won’t get picked up or it is going to cost more money. The reason for this is because of Christmas. Everyone wants to be home with their family for Christmas and that also includes truckers. Truckers are people too and they have families just like everyone else. This time of year is one where many truckers take an extended vacation and stay with their family from Christmas until after the New Year.
Over the last few years it has been roughly 1/3 of the truckers in the car shipping industry stayed working through the holidays. These truckers are also smart because they can demand a higher premium because they know there are not many truckers out there working.
There are people who will buy a car for a spouse or one of their kids as a surprise, people who need to move for a certain purpose or others who are buying a car for themselves. All of these scenarios happen each and every year and we stress to all of our customers how important it is to get this done early so everyone can have a Merry Christmas or any of the holidays that people celebrate during this time of year.
This year if you are looking for cheap car shipping or something more affordable, please make sure that you have it completed by December 20th. We cannot stress this enough. Prices will go up after this date and will stay that way until the first week of January.