Estimated Transit Times
Estimated Delivery Times for Vehicle Transportation
Chart referencing number of miles and estimated transit time for those miles. Example below:
|Distance in miles||Calendar days|
Most customers want to know how long it will take to ship their vehicle to its destination. Several factors come into play that can impact delivery time. The most crucial being just how far the driver needs to travel. Length will often determine the route, and certain areas of the country will be congested with more traffic than others.
The easiest way to ballpark a typical travel route is that our drivers typically cover anywhere from 400-500 miles a day. Vehicle transportation takes longer than if you were to drive your car yourself. The vehicle will be transported on a trailer picking up different vehicles at different locations throughout the delivery process. The high-quality drivers that we work with need to follow strict safety guidelines. These guidelines include a cap on the number of hours a driver can operate on a given day.
According to the FMCSA, truckers may drive a maximum of 11 hours after ten consecutive hours off duty. This is to ensure they are alert on the road and adequately rested. When time is of the essence, team drivers are available on our expedited service. Team truck driving is when two drivers are on the same truck and take shifts operating the truck.
Request a free expedited quote here or call (844) 502-6037 to speak to one of our dedicated specialists
How Our Auto Shipping Works
The five steps below help ensure the highest level of quality service during the auto shipping process. When you provide our team with the information we need. We take care of the rest.