When it comes to paying for your car transport, there are a few different ways to go about it. For starters, most major companies will take a credit card, and that’s usually the best way to go about it because it’s the easiest for all parties involved. If you’d rather pay with a check by phone, some companies will have the capabilities of doing so, but not all; some may have you simply mail the check it, or fax a photocopy of it first and then send it, so they have copies. And this is just for the deposit, or what your shipping company will make; the rest of your shipment typically will be paid to the driver upon delivery. Carriers will only accept cash, cashier’s checks or money orders; no personal checks. This is because car transport carriers can’t worry about payments they take bouncing while they’re busy driving around the country, so operating on what is essentially a what-you-see-is-what-you-got basis works well for how they operate.