Before transporting your vehicle make sure that you prepare your vehicle for transport. Make sure you disable your alarm, protruding accessories and/or low hanging spoilers etc. If there is any fault in engine transmission, drive trains, wiring systems, window motors, air bag, brake systems, power steering or clutch cable, transporter is not responsible. The transporter will inform the customer by phone prior to delivery.
When the customer comes to know about the delivery date he should keep the full payment ready. If there is any damage in engine, batteries, cooling system, transporter is not held responsible. The pickup and delivery dates provided by the transporter to the customer are only estimates. The transporter is in no way responsible for delays caused due to rain, snow, traffic etc. Customer should not keep any convertible tops that are loose, torn or have visible wear, vehicle boots, caps, masks, bras or any other type of canvas or material covering in the car. Before handing over your car to the transporter do note down all the damages of the car in bill of lading form and sign the form. Again follow the same procedure, note down all the damages if any at the time of delivery. If any damages have occurred during transit you can claim from the insurance company. All claims must be made in writing within 15 days of delivery with a statement of specific damages claimed.
When a customer makes payment to the transporter it should in the form of cash or cashier’s check. If customer cannot make payment at the time of delivery, he has to bear all the storage expenses of the car. If customer cannot accept delivery for any reason, his vehicle will be stored. Any and all storage and/or delivery or re-delivery charges will be the responsibility of the customer. Prices are subject to change due to individual state fuel charges.
It is the responsibility of the transporter to provide insurance for the vehicle. All claims will be settled at actual cost. If the customer wants to cancel the order it has to be in writing. On receiving the order for cancellation, auto Transport Company in no way will be obligated to arrange transport for the vehicle.
However, in the event that the vehicle(s) were assigned before cancellation of the order you will incur a $200 charge because you failed to properly cancel the order. Customer should pay all the storage fees, terminal fees, additional trucking fees, if any, would be due and payable to the transport company either in cash or cashier’s check before release of vehicle(s) to customer or customer representatives.
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