Enclosed Auto Shipping
If you are in the market for Enclosed Auto shipping for your collector car transport, classic car transport or auction transport Beacon Shipping is the Nations top choice for door-to-door enclosed auto transport. At Beacon Shipping we always provide you with an unmatched level of customer services to go along with a single point of contact through the entire process. We offer full Insurance on all of our custom quotes as well as after hours support.
Beacon Shipping has been a leading enclosed Auto shipping provider to speciality car dealers across the country for over 20 years, we know how much your vehicle can mean to you so we take pride in making sure you can count on us to be ethical, honest, attentive, and timely.
Enclosed transport is a shipment method where the vehicle is fully enclosed in a truck trailer with a roof and four sides. This eliminates some of the risk that a car could potentially encounter if it were shipped open. Enclosed auto transport is typically more expensive than the open route but has its benefits.
Vehicles that are shipped via this method are usually high-end cars that shippers want to have delivered in the same condition as when they left the showroom (think classic cars, luxury automobiles or expensive sports cars.) Race cars, for instance, travel the circuit in enclosed trailers to keep the vehicle in as pristine shape as possible for the season.
The option for a lift-gate is another reason why someone might choose an enclosed transport. For vehicles that sit low to the ground and risk being scratch on the undercarriage if loaded by a ramp (Corvettes are a good example of this).
Beacon Shipping specializes in providing enclosed auto shipping for exotic and collector cars. Our enclosed auto transport services are the perfect fit for:
Classic car transport
Auto auction transport
Exotic car transport
Antique car transport
Vintage race car transport
Auto show transport
If you are not sure if Enclosed or open Auto shipping is right for you, make sure to check out our recent post on the differences between Enclosed and Open Transportation