How long it will take for your vehicle to be transported, after it’s picked up, depends highly on where you’re shipping from and to, and unlike pickup times it’s really non-negotiable – it’s going to take however long it’s going to take, because car transport carriers can’t travel more than the speed limits allow and they can only drive for so many hours a day. This makes it difficult for them to make long transport trips in a few days. Typically, transport trips of less than two hundred miles, depending on scheduling, can be done in 1-2 days, and it will increase from there depending on the distance they need to travel. Cross-country trips, like from New York City to Los Angeles, can take upwards of two weeks.

If you’re shipping across the country, plan on it taking at least a week to ten days, and you can scale down depending on your specific transportation cities if you aren’t shipping coast-to-coast. You can read more about how long it will take to transport your vehicle via our helpful car shipping FAQ page, and you can also call our office for more information regarding travel times.

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