No documents means no transportation

Regular cars demand enough care as it is, but with classic and vintage models, things need to be taken to the next level. As owners of these designs vehicles, we know what lengths one must go to in order to protect their investments. Being experts when it comes to car transportation, we are the people to call if you’re concerned for the wellbeing of your motors.

During the process of having your car shipped, there are certain elements you have to be aware of, with incorrect and missing documents being noteworthy examples. So that you can transport your car in the first place, chances are that you’re going to have to present specific documentation to the movers.

Usually, this includes articles like vehicle registration and insurance certifications. These prove to companies that, not only is the car your own property, but that you also hold the right to have it transported. If you intend to get through this experience smoothly, you will be required to have these and possibly other documents.

Before businesses can accept your vehicle, they’ll need to perform an assessment of it before it’s moved, so that any problems can be noted down in an inspection report. Since this shall be one of the only records of your car’s state prior to it being transported, it’s essential that you be there for the examination. You should be satisfied that the report has been finished properly. Once the vehicle reaches its destination, another inspection will be necessary to double check that nothing has gone wrong in the meantime.

At Rudler Car Transportation and Storage, we have provided services for vehicle owners based throughout the UK and further afield. We are well aware of the responsibilities placed upon us when we receive vintage cars, which is why we do everything we can to keep them safe.

We hope our expertise and professional attitude shows that you can trust us to take care of your vintage vehicles. If you have any questions for us, please get in touch so that we can go over the details.