Where’s My Vehicle? Part 1

When you plan to move your vehicle by rail or truck, the most important things to consider are the credibility and reliability of the service provider you are hiring. After you’ve waded through the sometimes nonsensical sales pitches from various brokers, you’ll realize we’re a dime-a-dozen business, and the only thing separating the good from […]

The Impact of Autonomous Cars

As reported by Tim Higgins of Bloomberg.com, GM product development chief, Mark Reuss, has expressed concern over Google’s continued pursuit of autonomous vehicle technology. “Anybody can do anything with enough time and money,” Reuss is reported to have said, and he considers them “a very serious competitive threat.” So, what does this mean to the […]

Auto Transport Drivers HOS

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is the arm of the Department of Transportation responsible for regulating authority and safety in the transportation industry. Its primary mission is to “prevent commercial motor vehicle-related crashes, fatalities and injuries” according to its own website. This mission is presumably controlled through a series of regulations ranging from […]

EOBRs & Car Shipping Cheaters

First, what is an EOBR? It stands for Electronic On Board Recorder, and it is a very important change for the transportation industry. It will soon be a mandatory replacement for the paper logbooks commercial drivers are required to maintain. Before this technology was developed, drivers have been required to keep accurate logs of their work schedules, but […]

Word From A Satisfied Customer

After recently shipping a Ford Taurus for Brian L. of Holland, PA, we were pleased to receive the following review via email: As a recent auto transport customer of Plymouth Auto Transport I would highlyrecommend Plymouth Auto Transport and the actual transporter used to ship thecar – Edwards Family Transport Inc. Florida.The car was picked […]