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    Car Transport Companies?

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    I was wondering if any of you can recommend a good car transport company? Thanks!!
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    Direct Auto shippers- it has mixed reviews, but everyone I know who has used them received excellent service.

    are you planning on shipping in connection with a PCS?
    and are you shipping state to state or over seas?
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    yeah, we are pcsing within the US. We have shipped before but it was years ago and I cant remember the name of the company.
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    this link might help- you can now be partially reimbursed for shipping a vehicle conus to conus.

    POV Shipment Between Two Permanent Duty Stations within CONUS - Frequently Asked Questions
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    Thanks for that. I took a quick look but I don't think it will work in this case, its our 3rd car, DHs baby, we are shipping!
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    DO NOT use Dependable Auto Shippers (DAS) Auto Transport Company | DAS | Dependable Auto Shippers

    They're AWFUL-- they literally lost my car for three weeks. Had no idea where it was. We moved from CO to VA and they eventually found my car in one of their lots in Tennessee. What a freaking nightmare. And they wouldn't return our calls to try and locate the damn thing, so all we had was DH's car which is stick shift, so I couldn't drive it. And of course his ship took him out for a one week underway and I was 38 or 39 weeks pregnant, so I couldn't even drive myself to the hospital if I needed to. Just awful-- I will NEVER use DAS again.
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    you said 3rd car, husband's baby—any chance it's vintage/restored/classic? there are some really great companies specifically for stuff like that.

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