Texas Auto Transport
For Crestline Auto Transport, Texas is perhaps our favorite state for shipping cars. We don’t mean to be biased, but with our headquarters located in Dallas we can’t help ourselves. We love the big lone star state! And guess what, it’s pretty easy to get affordable Texas auto transport service. Major highways like I-35 make it easy to get to popular cities like Houston, San Antonio, Austin, and all the way down to the coast. Sometimes if you’re going in between these cities it can cost less than $200! These are some of our most popular Texas auto shipping routes including in and out of the state. Just remember for any auto transport trip you cannot put personal items in your vehicle. Our insurance covers your car but not your belongings, and the extra weight can be an issue! Have any other questions? We can help you in just a few seconds! Pick up the phone and give us a call or request a free quote without any hassles. Our knowledgeable team would love to help you out. And remember, no cancellation fees or penalties with us! Life happens, and we get that.
Ship a Car to Texas
Moving to Texas? Consider shipping your car to Texas, especially if you have multiple vehicles! Then get ready; you’re in for a treat. First, you’ll never run out of things to do. Tons of national parks, beautiful wide open spaces, and big cities make it a great place to bring your car so you can take a road trip from place to place. If you’re looking for any advice as you move in or out of the state, we’d love to help. We can even help recommend a great household mover! Texas Rangers baseball games, the Dallas Cowboys, Schlitterbahn waterpark, Six Flags Over Texas, SeaWorld, Ladybird Lake in Austin…we can keep you busy for sure. Not to mention the beaches on the coast.
Keep in mind that our summer months are quite warm with consecutive days in triple digits. We highly recommend taking extra steps to prepare your vehicle if it will be in the Texas heat: windshield visors do a lot to prevent the inside of your vehicle from reaching extreme temperatures. It’s worth a double check in your trunk and glove compartment to make sure there aren’t any items that will melt in the heat.