Choosing between different types of car transport can be confusing. For people new to the car transport world, the differences between each type of car transport can seem tiny. However, they can have a huge impact on how your service plays out. For example, the differences between open and enclosed car transport can completely change your experience. Read on to learn the differences between these two services and how to choose between the two.
Open transport: for speedy service and savings
Open car transport is our most popular type of transport, and with good reason. With open transport, your car gets strapped to one of our world-class car carriers with a few others, and the whole group heads out on the highway. All of these cars are open to the air, which gives this type of transport its name.
Open transport is great for a lot of situations. Because we can fit more than one car at a time on our carrier, this type of transport is the cheapest that we offer. Anybody on a budget will appreciate how affordable open transport can be. Furthermore, because of its popularity, these types of transport happen all the time. This makes it incredibly easy to schedule open transport, which can be a problem with our other services, like enclosed or door-to-door transport. Open transport is great if you want a no-frills, no-hassle transport experience.
Enclosed transport: for security and peace of mind
Enclosed car transport is for owners who want to give their car the VIP treatment. With enclosed transport, your car sits in a protective metal shell for the entire transport process. This helps protect it from the elements and road hazards, ensuring that it returns to you in perfect condition. If you want to make sure your car is perfectly safe during the ride, choose enclosed transport; it’ll provide the peace of mind you need.
While some enclosed carriers allow for multiple cars to enter their large containers, this is not that common. Because of this, enclosed transport can take longer to schedule than open transport. However, if you want to truly ensure your car’s safety, enclosed transport is worth the wait.