One question that comes up over and over again in the course of transporting vehicles is whether or not one may put personal goods in the vehicle. There are a number of ways that an auto transport company might answer this question, but there is only one correct answer for anyone. Technically, you are not allowed to place any personal goods in your vehicle for transport. The transportation of a vehicle in itself and the transport of personal goods are two separate entities as far as insurance in concerned. Auto haulers as a rule do not carry cargo insurance. Therefore, customers are not allowed to place goods inside of the vehicles that they are transporting. One should also know that it is common practice to allow up to 100 lbs. of personal goods in your vehicle. Although the law remains, auto transport brokers and the haulers that they work with know very well what the limits and allowances are de facto. When a hauler sets up a load, they are required to have a manifest of they're hauling. As they are only allowed to haul vehicles, not cargo or anything else, naturally the manifests only list vehicle models and their weights. What some don't know is that the weights are always listed with a slight amount of leeway -- typically about 50-100 lbs. So your vehicle's estimated weight is always about 50 to one hundred lbs. less than it's actual weight. This is why you are allowed to transport between 50 and 100 lbs. without consequence! It's tips like these that can save you hundreds of dollars. When you use an outstanding company, you get outstanding results. So make sure that you use American Auto Transport for your next car shipping and get the very best available! Choose intelligently -- choose American Auto Transport.
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