The drive from New Jersey (NJ) to Texas (TX) covers seven states and is about 2,000 miles, depending on your starting and end points -- it's a good two-and-a-half day's drive, which is not something to be undertaken lightly. If you're contemplating making the drive between Texas and New Jersey, because you need to move a vehicle from one state to the other, you would be very well served to check into the services of the national leader in New Jersey to Texas auto transport!
Here at American Auto Transport AAT, we have safely and securely moved thousands of vehicles between New Jersey and Texas, which means we have thousands of satisfied clients and many repeat customers -- they like our timely service and the way we deliver the vehicles in our care to their destinations on-time and in excellent condition.
Are you ready to spend several thousands of dollars just to move a vehicle on your own? Because that's how much it's going to cost you, to move an auto from Texas to New Jersey, or in the opposite direction. You're going to be looking at between $300 and $450 for fuel; food costs will be between $200 and $300; hotel rooms will be about the same as food expenses; and you need to pay for a plane ticket, one way, to either get to where the vehicle is located or back once it's been delivered -- that one-way ticket could easily be more than $1,000 -- for a total of more than $2,000!
Rather than spending that much money, which doesn't count the miles you're going to be putting on your car, truck, or van, plus the time away from work and your family, the stresses of driving that far alone, and the hassles of the airport, with the lines, dealing with luggage, and security.
Go ahead and call American Auto Transport AAT -- we're ready and waiting to provide you with a free quote for moving your vehicle and to answer any questions you might have about our services. Go ahead and call American Auto Transport today at (866) 327-7863 for more information about New Jersey to Texas auto transport.
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