Have you been on the lookout for a reliable auto transport broker in America? AmeriFreight is one such company, with a very professional team who knows exactly what customers need. With great discounts, and perfect customer service, we promise to make your vehicle shipment experience very convenient and hassle free. Just give us a call so we can prove the truth of our claim.
The right quote to ship your car is not always absolutely predictable. Your car will move at a rate that is acceptable in the industry. For a quick rate “estimate” use our rate calculator. Auto Transport Brokers normally quote a rate they feel comfortable a carrier will be happy with. No rate can actually be unconditionally guaranteed, promising a free delivery if the conditions are not met. Deliveries can almost never be guaranteed. There are major costs incurred when shipping a car. If a broker quotes too low, you will be asked to add money to get to a higher rate acceptable to a carrier to move your car. It is important that your broker explains this and is honest from the start and that they offer different pricing options. A low rate and an unconditional guaranteed pickup smells of bait and switch. AmeriFreight will offer you a conditional guarantee and do your shipment at the best possible, competitive car-shipping rate with the most reliable carriers and the best service in the car shipping industry.
To ship a car with no broker involved is a calculated risk. Auto Transport Brokers help to ensure that the carrier you use is licensed and insured. Without a broker, you run the risk of using an unreliable carrier, which more often than not leaves you with a damaged vehicle and no form of recourse. Our auto transport brokers will support you from the time you order to the delivery of your vehicle.
All vehicle transport companies share the same dispatch board in the US. This means that more than 3,000 car carriers in the United States are represented there as well as most auto transport brokers. However, a very large number have undesirable ratings. You should only use vehicle shipping brokers that use car carriers with an excellent rating, preferably 95% or higher. That is the minimum requirement Amerifreight has when choosing a carrier to ship your vehicle.
It is true for all car shipping companies, including AmeriFreight, that your car will be 100% covered by a carrier’s insurance while it is loaded onto a truck. Unfortunately, what most brokers will not tell you is that often times there are exclusions with insurance. In some instances, a carrier’s insurance may fail to pay for damages to your vehicle, leaving you in a situation where you must revert to your own personal vehicle insurance. AmeriFreight is one of a few top rated auto transporters that offer gap protection through the AFta PLAN. No car shipment should be without it and every car shipper should reconsider any company that do not offer gap protection for shipping vehicles.
Have you ever asked yourself which are the best car shipping companies in America? Don’t select a car shipping company that just quotes a low rate to get your business. Do some research on customer satisfaction ratings and the Better Business Bureau (BBB). An auto transport company should at least be accredited with the BBB and have a high rating. The BBB is the only truly independent business reliability evaluation board for auto transporters. Even review sites may be manipulated by car shipping companies to create a false image of their real reputation. AmeriFreight is highly rated with the BBB and prides itself as one of the most respected auto transport companies in the USA. And to add to that, we offer some of the lowest, most competitive rates in the car shipping industry.
AmeriFreight is a leader in the auto transportation industry and to get there we listened to our customers by the feedback we received from their reviews. Reviews play an extremely important part in helping us to improve our customer service and inform consumers on customer responses to our services. We understand that it takes time and effort to do a review and many customers by nature do not generally leave reviews unless they have really had a bad experience with a company. But we also want to know and let others know if our customers had a positive experience. For that reason we often use incentives to prompt our customers to leave us reviews to compensate for their time and effort. To make sure customers do not feel any way obliged to leave only good reviews, we explicitly stress in all our communications to our customers that we compensate for any review, good or bad. For those who have read about a settlement between AmeriFreight and the Federal Trade Commission, please read the following statement: In essence the requirement from the FTC is that if reviews are paid for it should be disclosed and that undisclosed endorsements should not be advertised as being unbiased. AmeriFreight could not provide sufficient evidence to prove that consumers or prospective customers were informed about our review incentives that offered compensation for leaving reviews, no matter if they were good or bad. As of October 8, 2014, to be in compliance with FTC requirements, we have posted our policy on reviews on our website for general information to the consumer. We have never before intentionally tried to hide or misrepresent the fact that we compensated for reviews. With this message we will now provide evidence to the fact that there may be a material connection between AmeriFreight and customers who have posted online reviews. We have compensated for reviews in the past and may from time to time again be compensating or offer incentives to our customers for good or bad reviews. Should there be any questions or concerns about our review policy, please feel free to contact us.