12924 SW 133rd Ct
Miami FL, 33186
Arranged for a shipment back in July for transport of my camper van from Canada to the US. I paid in full around 7/27 as a wire transfer. I had to put the van in the repair shop to address some issues with what I believed was the fuel pump. I was cal
I will never use them again simply because they have no integrity. I contacted a few transporters and my last two options came up between them and another company. Sherry got me in by telling me that the other company is good at telling you one price
company quoted a price to transport my vehicle within a designated time frame and was unable to find anyone to do the job then charged my credit card $145
Unethical and illegal practices, double-charging clients to get car released. We're now having to complaint to consumer affairs. Go somewhere else!! We paid $3,675 to freight our vehicle to Hawaii. After repeated delays, we couldn't get our car back
FIDELITY AUTO TAKES your money up front. Then lies to u and tells u 2-3 weeks. After 5 weeks of callin Barb or Kim in dispatch they never answer phone just send u txt working on.. Never got my car.. Had to hire someone else that delivered in 5 days.
What are this Fidelity Auto Shipping's most common rates and how much does it cost to transport a car?
|1||California to Florida||4 Moves||$1248|
|2||Arizona to New York||3 Moves||$1250|
|3||Florida to New York||3 Moves||$783|
|4||Minnesota to California||2 Moves||$885|
|5||Illinois to Illinois||2 Moves||$5235|
|6||California to North Carolina||2 Moves||$960|
|7||Connecticut to Texas||2 Moves||$950|