One of the most commonly traveled routes in the country, especially during the Fall and Winter, is the route from New York to Florida. The snowbirds tend to come down from the cold to the Sunny South, and there's quite a bit of them. In fact, our busiest route for the half of the year is Florida to New York auto transport.
At American Auto Transport AAT, we have moved vehicles between New York and Florida many thousands of times; we take the stress out of vehicle transportation logistics and have plenty of repeat customers and satisfied clients. We can save you money when moving your auto, especially if you're thinking about making the drive yourself.
Have you looked into the costs involved in transporting your vehicle on your own? You need to consider the following factors: cost of a one-way plane ticket (to get to the vehicle); fuel; food; hotels; and miscellaneous items. Taken together, those costs can quickly add up:
That's not pocket change - that's an awful lot of money, money that could be better spent on other things. And that doesn't include the incalculable costs of being away from your family, the stress of making the drive, or the wear and tear on your car or truck.
Instead of spending all of that money, why not contact American Auto Transport AAT and have them transport your vehicle? Our prices are some of the best in the business, we offer free Florida to New York auto transport quotes with no obligation. Go ahead and contact American Auto Transport at (866) 327-7863 for more information on Florida to New York auto transport for more information!
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