About: AllState Transport

Allstate Transport is a car shipping company, offers auto transporting services. Regardless of what type of vehicle you are shipping, we have the ability to relate to you on more than a business level. Allstate Transport settles for nothing less than excellence in everything we do. Through thorough research we guarantee that you are dealing with an expert team.

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Leave the Shipping to Us

We have some friends (Frank and Lillian) who have been spending their winters in Florida for the past 10 years. They still spend summers in New Jersey with the kids and grandkids.

Last year, they confided that the journey seemed to be getting tougher. They take turns driving, but they are both in their 80s and don’t see well at night. With the short days of winter and driving conditions, which seem to get worse every year . . . they are...

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Buying a Car Online? Where’s the Virtual Delivery?

A friend of ours (we’ll call him Luis) just found his dream car online. It’s a 2013 BMW M-series with only 9,727 miles on the odometer, alpine white, 7-speed auto transmission with a 32-valve, 560-hp, V-8 engine. Mint condition.

With growing excitement, Luis explained that he was saving over $7,000 off the asking price. There was only one hitch. The car was in Los Angeles; Luis lives in south Florida.

We listened as he debated with himself:...

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Snowbirds: Are You Ready to Fly?

Let Us Transport Your Car to Florida

It’s a yearly conundrum for more and more retirees. Now that you’ve bought that condo in Miami or Ft. Myers, what do you do about the car? You certainly need an automobile at your winter haven. But each year, the prospect of driving 1500 to 1800 miles one-way, and then doing the reverse in the springtime, seems less and less attractive.
There’s not only the lost time, but expenses such as gas, tolls, meals and motel rooms...
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Shop the World for Your Next Car— and Have It Delivered Safely

It’s true, you can find great deals by shopping online. Since the dawn of the Internet, the world is your oyster. But after you’ve found the deal of a lifetime, how to get that baby home? Most cars sold online are upscale. According to Manheim Consulting, almost two-thirds of online deals involve sports cars or luxury cars.
Buyers of these cars want to take extra care to make sure they receive the vehicle in good condition.
Even if you decide to fly to the...
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How To Ship A Luxury Car?

Suppose you live in Delaware and you've found the vehicle of your dreams in Los Angeles. It’s a 1959 Ferrari 250 GT Spider, formerly owned by a Hollywood icon, lightly handled, in mint condition. It’s never been rebuilt, and it has only 46,000 miles on the odometer. And you can own it for a mere $4 million. OK, it’s a fantasy for most of us but it does bring up a real-world question.
How do you get this baby home?
One thing’s for sure: You don’t want to see...
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Is It Better to Have My Car Shipped or Drive It Myself?

It’s a question we hear on a regular basis. Is it cheaper/safer/easier to have my vehicle shipped cross-country, or should I drive it myself?

Because we’re an auto transport company, you probably expect our answer to be yes/yes/yes. But it’s not that simple. The answer depends on you, your vehicle, and your destination.

Car Shipping Logistics

First, what’s your agenda? If you have a deadline when you need to be at the new job, time could be a factor. Having a vehicle...
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CAN YOU CHECK THE TIRES?

Our driver will check the tires, but due to time constraints and regulations at the pick-up facility, it might not be possible. At time of pick-up, the Driver marks damages and missing parts (including tires) to the vehicle's exterior on the Bill of Lading/Damage Report. The Driver releases the vehicle only after the Customer reviews and sign-offs on the Bill of Lading/Damage Report. Doing so enables the Customer to determine that the vehicle is delivered in the same condition it was picked up....
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