What is the method of shipping your car?

All cargo whether it is pushed or inside the container loaded to a ship designed specifically in the shipping port. Most vessels usually anchored and go on the same day all cargo must be held to get it to the ship as soon as possible, because of any delay can cause sender problems.

If you send from or to England then you will most likely deal with the following port; Southampton, Sheerness, Tilbury, Immingham, Portbury, Liverpool, Newcastle upon Tyne and Grangemouth.

The main port in U.S.A for various Long Island NY Car Shippers shipping is; Baltimore, Brunswick, Charleston, Galveston, Jacksonville, New York, Port Hueneme and Tacoma.

The main shipping port in Cyprus (very popular expat location) is Limassol.

Almost all ships stop along the road with very few ships that make travel directly to the set destination which means Quay’s transit time for Quay may take longer if you get a cheaper price.

Roll On / Roll Off
RORO is the most popular service for shipping vehicles abroad. This is usually a cheaper shipping method compared to shipping containers but always recommended to get offers for both services. Roll On / Roll Off is quite straight forward, this is a service where your vehicle is only expelled into and from the ship with a professional trained Stevedores.

After the vehicle you are on the ship is secured underdeck, it is tied to its place using a tie point spread across the entire ship and Chocks is put into place to prevent the vehicle from moving during transit. Every movement of the vehicle during shipping can damage the vehicle and vehicle around it so that extra care is taken to avoid this.

Container shipping
The shipping of your vehicle in the container is considered as one of the safest shipping methods. Your vehicle is loaded and secured to its place in a container; The size varies from a 20ft container to 40ft high cube container. The container size you will need will depend on how many vehicles you send and size. Loading containers is not always done at the port, most of the vehicles are loaded by a third-party trained professionally to handle and secure the vehicle, once the vehicle loaded on the depot was then transported behind the truck behind the port ready to be loaded on the ship with a crane.