How do I track my vehicle while it is being moved?
Yes, you can track it by calling the driver directly. He takes all of his own calls, so we will provide you with the drivers phone number when a driver is assigned to your order.
Most brokers claim they provide GPS tracking. The reality is that brokers by definition do NOT own trucks, we find carriers that transport vehicles for our customers. In reality, few carriers actually have GPS. However, Christa's Excellent Auto LLC accomodates for this by keeping with the customer through the entire transport 7 days a week, I give a copy of the legally binding contract between myself (Broker) and the truck company (Carrier) that gives you theCarrier's and driver's name and phone number as well.
When choosing a moving company, prior booking, asking the quesiton "how you can track your vehicle is very important".
Most drivers don't have live GPS tracking that they are willing to give out, primarily due to the safety of the driver and the load he is transporting.
The easiest way to check the location of the vehicle is by reaching out to the shipping agent and asking the status on the shipment.
Often you will be provided with the drivers direct phone number and name, that way he is a phone call or a text message away. If the driver is not responding or busy at the moment, the carrier dispatch department is always working during regular business hours.
We recommend that the client calls or sends an e-mail to the shipping agent.
Where is my Vehicle?
Tracking a vehicle while in transit on a truck is mostly done by contacting the trucking company direct or the driver. And that is by phone or email. If a broker tells you do track your vehicle, it means you need to make calls to find our where it is. These are some of the reasons why tracking a vehicle is not as easy as a tracking service such as provided by UPS or Fedex:
There may be a few companies that may offer some type of electronic tracking but those are the exception. And they may be quite expensive compared to most other reputable auto transport brokers. It is important to know that your broker is dependable, relaible and have up to date information on your shipment. By giving them a direct call will be just as good as tracking your vehcile online.
The best way to find out which brokers are worthwhile considering shipping your vehcile should be vetted and researched. Consult the BBB or google for customer ratings and reviews. Do not just take the cheapest quote. It may cost you a great deal of money and frustration.
Tracking can be done on our website or by simply calling us.
Not every truck & trailer has a tracking device. It is more thorough to speak to each carrier to not just determine their current location, but if they foresee any issues that may effect their timeline, such as weather, trafiic, and/or other clients postponing them. We speak with our drivers and their dispatchers daily.
Learn more about uShip Tracking, here.
The drivers contact information is provided. Simply call or text to get updated on location of vehicle.
Wanting to know where you car is at times of transit? Brokers will provide you with his carrier and driver contact information, which will be on the Bill of Lading receipt that they will leave with you once the vehicle is picked up. When scheduling transport it is best to find out the estimated dates from the time of loading to unloading to ease your worry. Throughout the journey if you are in need of a state by state update you should be able to call or text for updates. By hiring a licensed Broker you will know that your car is in good hand. This will vary by each reputable Broker so ask before you fill in the contract.
It is promised by some Brokers. However I don't understand how this is possible without adding a GPS tracker to your vehicle.
There is not one attached to my truck so if a broker says they can track your vehicle, ask them where the GPS tracker is.
Some auto carrier do have GPS tracking, but most do not. However, you are able to call Paragon Auto Transport anytime with questions or a status update.
most of the trucks have gps systems nowadays, but there are still some exceptions
When shipping a vehicle we offer vehicle tracking services where you call us or teh driver and he will tell you where he is at and what his estimated time of arrival is. Is that easy! Carriers typically call you 4-5 hrs prior to pick up and drop off unless you require a full 24 hr heads up notice which we will gladly accomodate as well
Millennium Transport Corp. offers all clients online vehicle tracking. Based on your assigned carrier is based on how advanced the GPS tracking service is. You can go to www.millenniumtransports.com and under the request a quote page, there is a button that states "Track Your Order". By clicking this button and inputting your e-mail and order number, you will be able to track the progress of your shipment. Please note, that not all carriers have implemented GPS devices within their units. If a GPS device has not been installed in the truck, you will still be able to track your order. You will not be able to track exactly where and when your vehicle is.
A basic online tracking without GPS implemented trucks looks like this:
We donot offer tracking of your vehicles however we offer excellent communication from start to finish! We pride ourselves in making your transport experience as professional and carefree as possible!
There is no 24/7 online tracking available. BUT, I pride myself on always being available for my customers and my drivers. I will make sure to keep up updated at all times. And if you ever need a status update - you can call me or your driver directly!
Due to so many carriers being available it is not currently possible to have live tracking on your vehicle.
However after your vehicle pickup, we usually are able to get a fairly accurate time line on the expected delivery date from the carrier.
We also do provide you with a direct telephone number of the driver so you can contact them if you have any concerns about the delivery time/date.
We get this question a lot, unfortunately most auto transport carriers don't offer a tracking service, but will provide the drivers cell number so you can communicate and check in as needed. Of course, your transport agent should be able to get you these answers as well.
There is no "online tracking" of vehicles and this is yet another sales gimmick utilized by the boiler room telemarketing outfits pretending to be technically sophisticated auto transport brokers. In every case, Transport Connection provides customers with their carrier's full contact information which usually includes the driver's cellular phone number. Your carrier will be able to provide you with the exact location of your vehicle at any given time. Also, I am always available to facilitate communication between my clients and their carriers.
You will have the drives information, phone number and tracking ID.
Once your driver is confirmed, usually, 24 to 72 hours after setting up the reservation, we will get in contact with you to give you accurate pickup time, and estimated time for delivery. Every order receives several different options, this way, if the first option is not convenient for you, most likely, the next one will.
Estimated time-frames are always bound to the traffic and weather factors, and while we can be accurate in this regard, we can’t be 100% precise. If you are around a heavy traffic area keep in mind that dispatched carriers are most of the time eighteen-wheelers double-deckers, and just a flat tire could severely delay the whole operation.
A reputable car shipping company will offer online vehicle tracking. Upon booking you should usually receive a unique booking number or code that will allow you to track the status of your shipment online. Depending on the car shipping company you chose to ship with you may have the option of joining a live chat with a representative who can provide tracking updates
We provide you with a single point of contact in our office who can track your vehicle and provide you an update at any time.
On certain routes, GPS tracking is available. If it's not available on your route, you will still get real time updates from your broker and/or our dispatch team throughout your transport, and you can always call us for updates or questions as well.
Unfortunately, there is no trucking system but you can always ask us where your car is and transit time which we will get that info from drivers directly
Tracking of your vehicle is done by phone and/or email during business hours.
eship has a representative available 7 days week to track and get you status as needed
Yes, you can ship multiple vehicles as long as the transporter is informed so they may have the room available in the truck to load the additional vehicles. Prices vary depending on size and weight of vehicles.Call us today at 888-307-0303 Visit us at https://www.freight4all.us/car-shipping and we can track anytime for you
GPS tracking is a newer technology in the auto transport industry. if the driver/ carrier has this available, we provide logins to track your vehicle as its being shipped. if GPS is not available, you will be provided with the direct contact information for the driver assigned to ship your vehicle.
Auto Transport Companies may or may not be equiped with real time tracking. Contact your Transport representative for additional details.
Once an order is dispatched (scheduled for pick up) you are notified via various methods of Communication such as e-mail and sms, as well as via telephone. Generally when arrangments are made on various routes carriers have an approx. date for delivery. However please keep in mind all dates are estimates, and are subject to change.
We do request a courtesy call be made to Customers at least 24 hours prior to delivery to schedule delivery arrangments to destination.
Auto Transport 123 has a custom built platform where customers can track the progress of their order with a link to customer portal.
Customer Portal Login: http://portal.autotransport123.com/
Please Note: Resources may be limited, and vary based on transport company utilized.
Most auto transporters use the internet to find new loads and schedule bookings and deliveries and keep in touch with their customers and the brokers they’re shipping for.Tracking shipments in the car shipping industry is a relatively new development, believe it or not. If you want your vehicle tracked, you should talk to your auto transport representative about finding a carrier company that uses GPS tracking services in order to keep track of their trucks. This can be more expensive and will likely take longer to find one like that than a traditional carrier. Most of the time your broker will happily call a driver on upon request to get an update on your vehicle.
Yes, you can track the progress of your vehicle transport. You will have direct contact with the driver.