Can u guyz recommend me a cheapest car transportation?
Currently, I am living in GA and about to move up to Boston so I really need to send my car to boston. However, I don't really know which transportation company is the best cheapest, and the one that I can trust. Does anyone can recommend me a a cheapest car transportation, please?
Question answered by Leo
Almost every car rental company claims to be the cheapest in their own class. But I have a better recommendation or you. Why not try for a rental company that allows you to choose within "all car companies"?You will have the best deal for your budget as well as a wide array of choices you'll feast your eyes upon.
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Why is there no section for bicycles under the cars & transportation category?
I feel the bicycle is the most wonderful form of transportation you can throw a leg over. Why is there not a bustling hub of bike questions in the cars & transportation category?
Question answered by Bill D
It's in the Sports->Cycling section.
While bicycles are a great form of personal transportation for short trips, it's not really necessary to have two categories. Ask your bicycle transportation questions in the Sports->Cycling section. Plenty of people knowledgeable about bicycles as transportation will respond.
What would be a good car transportation service Name?
I am about to open a car transportation service and I need a name for the company? any ideas?
Question answered by D.E.O.N. Sphinxxx
I have a car titles in the family trust. What companies will insure the vehicle?
The car is registered in the name of the trust. Category: Cars & Transportation > Insurance & Registration. What companies will insure the car and will it be personal of commercial coverage?
Question answered by ronald h
If you do not have insurance already in the name of the trust, the trust is already exposed to 3rd party suites with no insurance coverage. You may have a policy in your name and you would be covered but not the trust . There is a question as to the vehicle being covered for physical damage because you are not the owner. The trust owns the car. A lot of companies will not insure an auto in a trust and some states absolutely forbid it. Your best bet is to contact several large insurance agencies like Marsh & McLennan or Alexander & Alexander. These types do business with a large number of companies and if permitted in your state, can put together the best program for you. As a side comment, most of the time it is not wise to put a car into a trust unless the car(s) have exceptional value for some reason or another r
How can I monitor my vehicles to make sure my drivers are driving them safely?
I operate a car transportation service. I would like to know some suggestions on monitoring the way the cars are being driven. I would be open to some type of video surveillance if possible, and affordable.
Question answered by rs
Look up GPS vehicle tracker or GPS fleet tracker.
Lots of devices which do anything from let you download the location/speed history of the vehicle on a periodic basis to live tracking of an entire fleet. It depends on how much you want to pay (less than $100/vehicle to >$1000/vehicle).
Since you own the vehicles and the emplyoees are working for you, make sure they agree to and sign a document stating that you are tracking them for safety purposes and that you are not doing this without their knowledge. If they are good drivers, they should have nothing to hide.
That would be a little less intruding than an interior vehicle monitoring camera, but a search for those will also turn up lots of results.
what is the cheapest way to transport a car from Omaha to Dallas?
cheap car transportation?
Question answered by Mongo
How many amps come through my car cigarette lighter outlet?
I want to convert my cigarette lighter outlet to 110AC. I have a converter but I will need at least 15amps to run a small air compressor that I want to buy. My vehicle is a 2004 Nissan truck. How many amps would be available for this vehicle? Thanks
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Question answered by UCANTCME
How much money to pay for a host family?
Hello, I am a boarding high student in the US. For the winter holidays, I am going to be staying with a host family (friend of my parents) for 2 weeks. They will be providing basic necessities such as food, home, and some short car transportation. The host family told us to pay them whatever amount we want. How much money should we pay that is fair?
Question answered by Apollenaire
If you are living in the US you have a rough idea of what it costs to feed yourself for two weeks and for whatever short distance you have in mind you can give them $4 per mile. These are friends of your family so you might consider giving them a gift rather than cash.
How to save money on a long term car rental in the US?
I'd like to travel in the US for 3 months (I'm a foreigner). I know it's a lot easier getting around if I have a car than public transportation in the US. What's the cheapest way I can have car transportation while I'm in the US?
I'm leaning towards traveling from Florida to New York. But I might go from California to Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota instead. All one way travel. Thanks
Question answered by NOLA guy
All of the major car rental companies offer monthly rates. For a 3-month rate (if any discount is offered) you may need to call and talk to a sales manager type person.
Monthly rate is usually MUCH better than daily or weekly, so if your trip is a bit less than 3 months you are better off with monthly, and just turn in the car a few days early.
Citizens of about 35 countries can travel to the USA for up to 90 days at a time as a tourist or for some business purposes by registering for ESTA > before < their trip begins. The cost is US$14, which is similar to the fee for the Australian ETA program.
Registering is accomplished online, you don't need the details of your trip, and the confirmation is valid for multiple trips to the USA over two (2) years so don't wait until the last minute.
Print the confirmation - or at least record the number - and keep the information with your passport. Having a return or onward ticket leaving North America is a requirement, so have a copy of your airline itinerary at passport control.
Check with your health insurance to find out if it covers you in the USA. If yes then take proof of coverage with you. If no or not sure then get trip medical insurance, which is cheap and sold by airlines & travel agents. The USA has wonderful medical care but it isn't free or even cheap. Please do not skimp on this as an otherwise-silly accident could turn into a crisis if you don't have medical insurance.
If you are planning a long visit then DON'T schedule your departure day for the 90th day (any part of a day in the USA counts as a whole day, so if you arrive at 23:59h on the 1st and leave at 00:01h on the 10th it is 10 days in the USA). Schedule your departure not later than the 88th day as there are no (zero) provisions in the Visa Waiver Program for someone to voluntarily extend their stay. If you miss your flight due to something Immigration might consider avoidable (ex. flat tire on the way to the airport) they may ban you from using the VWP in the future.
How are we going to live when we run out of petroleum?
Given that the petroleum is finish, probably in 20 years and that there seams not to be an affordable and realistic alternative for it (sorry for those who have blind fate in science: neither biofuels or hydrogen will save us). What do you believe that ours live will look like when air and car transportation will end and when plastic will disappear? How are we going to live when we run out of petroleum?
Question answered by dances with unicorns
I don't know about you, but I'm going for solar power and bio-diesel. And plastic can be made out of soy, too.