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The AmeriFreight Blog is where you will find articles pertaining to your vehicle. We explore not only topics like shipping your vehicle, but other topics like maintenance, trends, and new and upcoming vehicles.

We want to be your resource on moving vehicles and taking care of them. At AmeriFreight, we care about your vehicles nearly as much as you do! Our hope is to educate consumers about everything we we touch. When shipping your vehicle there is a lot to consider:

  • Who do you want to ship with?
  • How do you want to pay?
  • Open or enclosed carrier?
  • Flexible on time or need a hurried shipment?
  • Pay all at once, or pay some now and some later?
  • Am I fully covered, and what is not covered by the carrier insurance?

Our blog today has much about shipping your vehicle. We hope you will return from time to time to see our blog as our content grows.

We invite you to review our blogs. If you have a blog to suggest, please visit our Contact page and let us know. Or, visit our Facebook page and let us know there! We would love to engage you in the subjects you have interest in!

Transporting Cars During Covid-19

  We are facing dangerous & unprecedented times as a country due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Many businesses and industries are implementing extra safety measures to combat this virus. AmeriFreight is following the guidelines given by the CDC to promote safety. We are asking that our customers also follow these guidelines. We’ve compiled a small ...

Winterizing Your Vehicle

  Winter and all of the conditions that come with it can be tough on you vehicle. Experts recommend prepping your car for winter conditions so it can safely make it to spring. The following is a list of steps to take to make sure your car is ready for the season. Winterizing the exterior ...

Shipping Your Vehicle With Amerifreight

The shipping of autos is widely practiced by the American public, yet there are still many misconceptions amongst the public. However, there are many “good-to-knows” that can make your experience a far more pleasant one.