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Joey Webster
Joey Webster
October 27, 2017
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One of the few "good companies" in this industry and one of the only car shipping companies I'll hand my keys over to. Highly recommend for their fair...
Salvador Mercado
Salvador Mercado
11 months ago
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Very pleased with the all around service. Spoke with Chris and he gave me a awesome quote. He answered all my questions...
Michael H.
Michael H.
a month ago
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Like other reviews said, Joe was great. Good communication and also timely response. Was able to help me find a transport with good price...

 

Missouri Auto Transport Services

United's network of highly qualified auto carriers deliver both open and enclosed auto transport services to and from the great state of Missouri.

The most common questions people have when looking for the best car shipping company in Missouri are largely about about how much and how the car is moved. we’ll going to answer those questions in this article.

How Much Does It Cost to Ship My Car To or From Missouri?

The standard price to move a vehicle within the United States will depend on the kind of trailer you favor enclosed or open, how far it's going, and your pick up and delivery preferences. It costs around $2.50 per mile to move a car less than 200 miles, however costs around 75 cents a mile to ship a standard vehicle 1,000 miles or more. 

Some of the things we consider include:

• how many miles the auto must go
• the best time to pickup and deliver your car
• current cost for diesel
• supply and demand for transporters

You can get your free car shipping quote now.

Your Quote

Your quote will always be inclusive of all expenses required to transport your car. Other car transport companies will tell you a low-ball price just to get an autograph on a contract only to raise the price after you’ve given a deposit, or worse, when your car is being picked up.

Our bids are final and only change if you make changes that affect the cost. Internet quote forms can only guesstimate your real transport costs so it’s always best to speak directly to the auto shipping company yourself.

Open and Enclosed Transport

There are multiple types of transport carriers that move our client's vehicles to and from Missouri. We offer both open and enclosed transporters to serve the varied needs of our clients. Below you’ll find a detailed list of the benefits of each.

Open Carrier

Open carrier transport simply means moving your car on a truck that doesn’t provide any enclosure to protect it from everyday environmental elements. This is how most vehicles are transported to car dealerships. It is also the most common method of transporter on the road and a practical way to transport your vehicle.

There are more open carriers available than any other type of carrier so that makes them the most economical manner to transport your automobile. Plus we have more open transporters traveling through Missouri at any particular time so pickup times are often more flexible.

Enclosed Car Transporters

Moving your vehicle in an enclosed truck will give you the ultimate peace of mind. As the name suggests, enclosed car carriers provide the highest degree of protection from weather, elements, rocks or any other possible threat.

As a bonus, enclosed auto transporters typically have more experience with expensive vehicles. The most common autos transported in an enclosed carrier are collectible, classic or antique cars and motorcycles. They also transport:

• autos from auto auctions
• classic race cars
• auto show transport
• exotic vehicle show transport
• antique and classic cars (like I mentioned above)

The cost of shipping a car on an enclosed carrier is greater because there are less enclosed trucks available and they can not transport as many cars on their truck as an open carrier can.

Motorcycle Shipping From or To Missouri

Motorcycle Shipping by UnitedWe do also provide bike and motorcycle shipping across the United States and internationally. We also ship dirt bikes and ATVs door-to-door to almost any location worldwide. Normally motorcycles are transported in an enclosed carrier.

So request a quote now! Our transport team is ready to answer any questions you have and help you move your auto to or from Missouri.

No Deposit Required

Some companies will require a deposit prior to your car being picked up. We will not. We work hard to arrange your move and don’t request payment until your transporter is on their way. This ensures you are only charged the amount you agreed to and no tricky scams because we stick to the quote we give you to move your vehicle.

No matter what you need to move your automobile to/from Missouri, UNITED's auto transport team will provide you with great customer service, and safe, reliable car shipping services no matter where we deliver for you.

Get a quick quote here!

 

baltimore Md

5.0 rating

Thanks Joe
Contacted Joe needed to transport my SUV from MD to ATL. Joe took my info and said he would call as soon as he dispatch a driver in several hours he contacted me said he can have my car pickup up that next day Friday and delivered on Saturday. The Driver call right away before the pickup and after. He was very quick and professional.

james brown

Don't make the same mistake that i did...

5.0 rating

I don’t know why i have to learn things the hard way:( I went with the cheapest company and they didn’t show up to pick up my car. I tried calling them all day long and they wouldn’t answer the phone. I had already given them a deposit and so then i had to go through the hassle of doing a chargeback. They had four-stars, so i thought i was good. I started calling around and i found joe with United Car Shipping. He was really nice and explained why the other company couldn’t get a driver to pick up my car. Joe was awesome and he got a driver to come out the next day. Everything worked out and i was very happy with this company. I ended up paying a couple hundred dollars more, and it was worth it! These guys are really nice and the understand how to communicate. Thumbs up for United!

Tim Lee

Job done...

5.0 rating

I booked, they picked up and delivered. Everything went smooth and i have noting but good things to say about this company.

Dave B.

Very happy with the service!

5.0 rating

Great experience from the first call to the delivery of my vehicle. I read a lot of reviews before i chose United. I went with them because nobody had anything bad to say about this company.
Customer service – awesome
Price – average
Pickup – everything went smooth and driver did a great job!
Delivery – driver called the day before and gave me a time and he showed up as he said he would.
Totally recommend this company!

Gabby V.

Nice Job!

5.0 rating

These guys did a great job shipping my car from Los Angeles to San francisco. They answered all my questions and were very friendly. The price was right and the driver was really nice and on time for pickup and delivery. Good company that does what they say!

Bruce G.
USA Highways used to ship cars

Missouri is a state in the Midwestern United States.[4] With over six million residents, it is the 18th-most populous state of the Union. The largest urban areas are St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, and Columbia; the capital is Jefferson City. The state is the 21st-most extensive in area. In the South are the Ozarks, a forested highland, providing timber, minerals, and recreation. The Missouri River, after which the state is named, flows through the center of the state into the Mississippi River, which makes up Missouri's eastern border.

Humans have inhabited the land now known as Missouri for at least 12,000 years. The Mississippian culture built cities and mounds, before declining in the 14th century. When European explorers arrived in the 17th century they encountered the Osage and Missouria nations. The French established Louisiana, a part of New France, and founded Ste. Genevieve in 1735 and St. Louis in 1764. After a brief period of Spanish rule, the United States acquired the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. Americans from the Upland South, including enslaved African Americans, rushed into the new Missouri Territory. Missouri was admitted as a slave state as part of the Missouri Compromise. Many from Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee settled in the Boonslick area of Mid-Missouri. Soon after, heavy German immigration formed the Missouri Rhineland.