Enclosed carriers can be provided upon request, although most customers prefer open carriers due to the cost, paying the extra bucks for extra protection is always handy when handling costly cars. These type of carriers come in different forms, the can be metal containers mounted on trailers that are hitched to the back of the truck, or they can be regular trailers that are covered on each side by protective canvas. Most have two floors and can fit from 4-6 cars. One of the benefits of shipping a car via enclosed is the driver, enclosed carrier drivers are considered the best in the business as they’re trained to deal with “fragile” merchandise in order to ensure the proper delivery of these high-end cars.
Strapping a luxurious car to a carrier may be similar to strapping an average 4 door sedan, however safety measures have to be taken to avoid scratching or bumping the car. Most sports cars, classic cars and luxury cars are lower than usual and they can be easily scratched during mounting and unloading to the carrier. Because they are tightly packed inside enclosed carriers, drivers have to ensure straps are tight and secure to prevent cars from moving during transit.
Enclosed carriers can be used by anybody in the business, carriers today can fit almost any type of car and transport to any point. This type of service is more expensive by $300-$500 more than regular prices; however most high-end car aficionados agree the extra bucks are worth it to transport their vehicles. Although the service can be required by anyone, customers who mostly use them are people looking to transport, classics, vintage, luxury, high-end, concept, sports or racing cars. Motorcycle shippers also look to ship via enclosed to offer to most protection possible for their bikes.
Enclosed car transport is a type of transport that can be used by anyone looking to transport a car and provide the maximum security for their vehicle during transit. It is a more expensive service, however paying the extra bucks is highly worth it to avoid the extra bucks you would need to pay to fix your vehicle, not counting with the headaches and stress. In the end, you always get what you pay for.