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Old 08-02-2007, 11:35 AM
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my husband is being transferred from jax to WA state and we have to drive cross country. however we have two cars and the thought of each of us having to drive alone the whole way makes me cringe. i was wondering if anyone had
any experience w. the trucking companies that will move your cars for you. i've been looking online and the going rate seems to be around $1300 - if anyone has any information, recommendations, advice, etc. it would be greatly appreciated!

thanks again!
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Old 08-02-2007, 12:51 PM
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My experience is that the moving company that your employers contract to relocate you will also transport your vehicle. Then you can drive the other car out together. I had checked into having my son's car transported half way across the states and it was pricey...he drove.
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