Are you looking for a car shipping company to move your car to or from Tulsa, Oklahoma? I have good news! United Car Shipping provides expert vehicle shipping services for Tulsa, Oklahoma and surrounding areas every hour of every day.

We successfully move hundreds of vehicles from Tulsa, Oklahoma to designated locations within the state and many drop off points across the United States and Canada.

Our transport professionals are the most regarded drivers in the auto transport industry. We go to great lengths to ensure your car travels in the most timely manner available. We like pursue perfection in a business with many difficulties.


We also guarantee our auto transporters maintain the highest levels of safety to minimize your risk and the stress that comes with moving a car. Knowing the shipping company you hire to transport your vehicle will make the event stress-free.

Most of the concerns regarding transporting your vehicle are clarified in our car shipping blog. It is our goal to clearly answer every question you have about shipping your automobile no matter where it’s going.



But for specific answers regarding moving a vehicle to or from Tulsa, Oklahoma, read on.

Our process to scheduling the shipment of your car is simple. It can be divided into 3 parts.


What’s the process for transporting my car from Tulsa, Oklahoma? Great question. Our first step is to schedule your move so your dispatch team can start planning the best move for your automobile.

They do have to consider the size, weight, height and type of truck you are needing, which typically are open and closed trucks.

We will need basic information about your vehicle like the VIN number, year, make and model of each auto you are shipping. This tells us the details we need to properly assign your vehicle on a carrier.

We will give you a free shipping quote that includes everything required to move your automobile from pick up to the drop off point. Our prices are guaranteed and do not fluctuate for any reason unless you make changes to your auto transport.


The 2nd step in the process is the pick up of your vehicle. In almost all cases, we will pick up at your location in Tulsa, Oklahoma and deliver to the specific destination provided when you booked your transport.

The most common things that we deal with when picking up from a neighborhood are local restrictions on driving a truck into the area. If there are no regulations regarding driving a transporter then we pick up from the destination you provided when you scheduled your transport.

Once your transporter arrives, you will do a inspection of the automobile with the driver. You both will sign the Bill of Lading that designates any existing chips, damage or dents. After you receive a copy of your Bill of Lading, they will load the vehicle, secure it and prepare it for transport from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Once it’s loaded in the truck the driver will start their journey to the next destination.

Because a driver moves more than on car at a time, he/she may have multiple pick ups and deliveries to make prior to your car arriving at its final destination.


As the time gets closer for your auto to arrive, your transporter will call you. It is difficult for a transporter to know exactly when they will arrive before they get closer to the destination because of the many influences that can slow their progress. This includes traffic, weather and federal guidelines regarding rest and how long transporters can actually be on the road.

Normally, you should hear from your transporter typically within the last 24 hours before your vehicle is scheduled to arrive. Although we have made it clear to our drivers we prefer as much advance notice for our customers as possible, we do know sometimes they don’t know when they will arrive until just a few hours before they get to their destination.

When the car transporter arrives, you will repeat the same inspection that was completed when the car was picked up. The driver will have a copy of the Bill of Lading for you to compare existing dings and dents identified during the pick up inspection. You’ll look over the car again to ensure the car looks good and then sign the document. The driver will give you a copy for your records.

So moving your car to or from Tulsa, Oklahoma can be a reasonably effortless process. We always strive to do all we can to make the entire experience pleasant for every client.

Why should I ship my car to Tulsa, Oklahoma?

Driving your vehicle may not be the best way to transport your vehicle to another city. It puts many miles on your car. Depending on the distance you will travel, there can be a lot of wear and tear — and just imagine if it something breaks while you’re on your way.

Unplanned malfunctions can cost way beyond what it would have cost you to have an experienced transporter relocate it for you. Not to mention, the time it adds to your drive.

That’s why we offer easy door-to-door delivery for all our clients.

Whether you’re shipping your car to or from Tulsa, Oklahoma, let us help you get it moved safely. We are your reliable car shipping team and we’re ready to move when you are.

Get a free quote here.

Baltimore Md

5.0 rating
June 23, 2019

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

We found a great company

5.0 rating
May 11, 2019

I work for a high-end car dealer and we have been using United for some time now. Every time we shipping a car we get quotes from a few different companies, but we always seem to come back to these guys. They always have a good price and we know that they are going to do a fantastic job. Over the years we have had some minor issues, but the great thing about these guys is that they communicate well and solve the problems. I defiantly recommend these guys for shipping your vehicles.

Mike W.

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

5.0 rating
May 2, 2019

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
April 29, 2019

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
April 28, 2019

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.

Tulsa /ˈtʌlsə/ is the second-largest city in the state of Oklahoma and 45th-most populous city in the United States. As of July 2016[update], the population was 413,505, an increase of 12,591 over that reported in the 2010 Census.[5] It is the principal municipality of the Tulsa Metropolitan Area, a region with 991,005 residents in the MSA and 1,251,172 in the CSA.[6] The city serves as the county seat of Tulsa County, the most densely populated county in Oklahoma,[7] with urban development extending into Osage, Rogers, and Wagoner counties.[5]

Tulsa was settled between 1828 and 1836 by the Lochapoka Band of Creek Native American tribe. For most of the 20th century, the city held the nickname "Oil Capital of the World" and played a major role as one of the most important hubs for the American oil industry.[8]