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Best Car Transport in Tulsa, OK

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    by Sandi Pope ConsumerAffairs Research Team

    Auto transport companies take the hassle out of shipping your car or boat long distances, but you shouldn’t trust just anyone with your vehicle. Choosing a reliable trucking company ensures your vehicle arrives safely and on time. We created a list of the best car shipping companies in Tulsa to help you find stress-free auto transport.

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      Tulsa is one of the most livable cities in the U.S., and many people move to neighborhoods like Jenks and Bixby seeking a better quality of life and a more affordable cost of living. No matter your reason for moving in or out of the city, a car delivery company in Oklahoma makes it easy to relocate without the inconvenience of having to tow or drive your car for long hours and distances.

      Choosing an auto transport company in Tulsa, OK

      To pick the best auto transport company in Tulsa, OK, start by deciding whether you need:

      • An open or enclosed carrier
      • Door-to-door shipping or terminal-to-terminal service
      • Added insurance protection
      • Specialty transport considerations (for shipping luxury or inoperable vehicles, boats, aircraft, etc.)

      Read online reviews about various companies to get a sense of their customer service, reliability and overall reputation. Most Oklahoma car shipping businesses are brokers that partner with other carriers to complete the job — if you're working with a broker, ask a representative how the company screens and selects its carriers to ensure these contractors meet your standards.

      Both car delivery brokers and carriers need to have a company license and MC docket number. Carriers should also be able to supply proof of insurance. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has more information on how consumers can protect themselves from auto transport scams.

      How much does car shipping cost in Tulsa?

      The price of auto shipping in Tulsa ranges from $560 to $1,100. The table below lists the average transport rates to and from Tulsa based on an operable, mid-size SUV in an open carrier booked 45 days in advance.

      Average car transport costs to and from Tulsa

      FromToAverage cost
      KansasTulsa$561
      IndianaTulsa$699
      New YorkTulsa$837
      WashingtonTulsa$975
      TulsaTexas$561
      TulsaCalifornia$561
      TulsaTennessee$653
      TulsaNew York$745
      TulsaNevada$791

      The most significant factors that affect auto transport cost is the shipping date and type of carrier.

      • Summer is the peak moving season, and this demand drives up prices.
      • Enclosed carriers are an excellent choice for shipping specialty, luxury and exotic vehicles because they protect your car from weather and roadside debris. However, enclosed carriers cost up to 80% more than open carriers.

      Other variables that affect your final shipping price include the distance traveled, whether the vehicle is in working condition and the vehicle’s size.

      What to do before shipping your car in Tulsa, OK

      Preparing your vehicle before it ships goes a long way to minimize risks and avoid surprise fees. Be sure to:

      • Remove all personal belongings, toll tags and parking passes
      • Fold back any mirrors
      • Disable any alarms
      • Secure any convertible top
      • Empty your gas tank to less than one-fourth of a tank full

      Though damage during transport is rare, it’s crucial to take multiple pictures of your vehicle for your records before it ships and after you receive it. Any new cosmetic damage must be marked on the bill of lading for you to receive reimbursement.

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        Tulsa car shipping company information

        Budget Auto Transport Tulsa

        Budget Auto Transport is a friendly, reliable car delivery broker in Tulsa that ships nationwide. It never charges hidden fees, and its employees give straightforward answers to any question. Budget Auto Transport includes all relevant charges in your initial quote. It also provides a variety of car delivery options, including open or enclosed transport.

        • Address: 3511 S. Peoria Ave., Tulsa, OK 74105
        • Phone: (918) 347-1898
        • Hours: M - F: 6am - 10pm; Sat: 6am - 9pm
        • Website: budgetautotransports.com
        Rite Way Auto Transport Tulsa

        Whether you need to ship a compact sedan or a large yacht, Rite Way Auto Transport promises to work out the logistics and get the job done on time. The company has open and enclosed carriers available, and it provides door-to-door car delivery. The company offers extra protection for expensive classic cars and specialty shipping for motorcycles and limousines.

        • Address: Serves Tulsa residents
        • Phone: (539) 424-4477
        • Hours: 24/7
        • Website: ritewayautotransport.com
        Aryan Transport Tulsa

        Shipping your vehicle internationally is a challenging process, but Aryan Transport promises to take care of the logistics while saving you time and money. As a car delivery broker, the company finds the right carrier to ship your vehicle, including those with open or enclosed options. This company also has extensive experience with vehicle transports for military families.

        • Address: 1611 S. Utica Ave., Tulsa, OK 74104
        • Phone: (972) 636-1664
        • Hours: Call for hours
        • Website: aryantransport.com
        by Sandi Pope ConsumerAffairs Research Team

        Sandi Pope previously worked in the nonprofit sector as an advocate for environmental and social change and believes information access is a human right. As a member of the ConsumerAffairs Research Team, she seeks to provide consumers with the necessary information needed in making life-altering decisions.

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