Diane wrote:Your need for auto transport makes this kind of a special case. I would try calling Hemmen, as I said. Or, Broadway Express might be willing to do it, even though your move is much shorter than they usually do. You should definitely ask them.
With BE, the number of linear feet needed for the car would be about 17 (measure how long your car is). Then, if you have 4000 pounds of household goods you would need about another 9 feet for them. BUT, some of them could be put on a platform above the car to save money. Assuming that you would need about 22 feet total rather than 26, BE would charge you $1925 for transportation charges. You would have piles of money left over to hire people (including the driver) to help you load and unload and for your other expenses. Your car would arrive safely at the same time as your household goods, and delivery would be very quick, probably the next day after you load.
Thanks. United Line gave us a quote of $1544.79. But it seems that the guy who contacted us is from Lint Van Lines. Are they the same company? Thanks.