2. We pick up your vehicle
A few hours ahead of your scheduled pick-up time, you’ll be contacted by the snowbird car transport carrier. This is done to ensure that the pick-up location is accessible for large commercial trucks. Let them know if you think it might be a problem and an alternative can be arranged. For instance, you could choose to meet them in a nearby parking lot, a broader street, or at your workplace. The carrier also needs confirmation that someone will be present to hand over the vehicle. If you are unable to be there, nominate a third-party to act on your behalf, such as a neighbor, friend, relative, or colleague
Before your vehicle is loaded, both you and the Snowbird Shipping driver will closely inspect it. Any existing damage such as dings, dents, scratches, or other issues will be documented in the Bill of Lading. You'll receive a copy of this document, make sure to keep it safe. Your vehicle is then loaded into the snowbird car transport trailer and it’s time to say goodbye. The progress of your shipment can be monitored by staying in touch with the driver. You may choose to receive regular updates through phone or email.