Ground Shipping

Open transport means that your vehicle will be outdoors, probably on an open trailer, during transport and will be exposed to the elements.


Enclosed Auto Transport

Enterprise Auto Transport specializes in providing enclosed auto transport for antique, exotic and auto show cars.


Sea Delivery

Shipping your vehicle to Alaska or Hawaii is easy with Enterprise Auto Transport. Include Land Transport & Save 50%.



Door to Door Car Shipping

If you select our door-to-door car shipping service our driver will pick up and deliver your vehicle at your home or office if possible.We can only offers door-to-door car shipping service when it is permitted by local communities. If your neighborhood bans oversize vehicles from making deliveries, your Enterprise Auto Transport coordinator will inform you of alternative delivery methods. Keep in mind, most car carrier can be up to 75 feet long, so our drivers will need plenty of room to turn around. When access to your residence is restricted by narrow streets, low-hanging trees, speed bumps or tight corners, your coordinator may ask that you plan an alternative delivery site

Fully Licensed, Bonded, Insured

Legally authorized auto transporters are required to have liability insurance. You should make sure your transporter also offers cargo insurance. This means that your auto transporter, if properly insured, should cover any damage caused during the automobile shipping process after you pay the insurance deductible. The terms and amount of coverage can vary depending on the company, so it is best to carefully inspect your transporter’s coverage. This can usually be found on the website or by asking your agent. Make sure to ask us about a potential automobile shipping company insurance certificate. We are legally required to provide this to you, and you should feel free to verify the information we give you on the certificate with the insurance company or with the Department of Transportation at

Terminal To Terminal Auto Transport

If you are looking for a little more flexibility, your shipping coordinator can share terminal-to-terminal shipping options. A local shipping terminal may provide you with more flexible drop-off and storage options. You can drop your car off and pick up your car anytime. A terminal representative will contact you once the auto shipping truck has delivered your car. Terminals can be a great way to make your auto shipping experience totally hassle free. Terminal to Terminal Car Shipping is Very Convenient, Saves You Time & Money. We have trucks daily that leave from our terminal partner in New York & vicinity going to the Los Angeles area.

Express Auto Shipping

Expedited service is really the fastest way to ship a car in the auto transport industry, but it is pretty expensive – even for open auto transporters. … But if you need to get your vehicle picked up within the next day or two, the fastest way to ship a car is through expedited service, despite the price hike.If your looking for an auto transport company to move your car and you are under a significant time crunch, this expedited auto shipping service is exactly for you. We will get you connected with a vehicle shipping carrier that can get your car to you fast.
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