Did you know that the drive from Rhode Island to California takes you through 14 states, as you cross the country, from coast-to-coast? It's a long drive to make -- about 3,000 miles and taking a long four to five days -- especially if you're driving alone. Here's a tip though -- American Auto Transport can actually save you both your time and hard-earned money by moving your vehicle for you! Move your vehicle the right way -- user American Auto Transport for your Rhode Island to California auto transport
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That's an awful lot of money to be spending -- or putting on your credit cards -- to move a vehicle across the country.
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