Yes, but it cannot be over 100 pounds .
Yes but it has to be over a 100 pounds.
The person who signs the bill of lading
The person who creates the bill of lading
The person who carriers the bill of lading too the consignor
CO-LOADING is when you have 1 or more carriers shipping vehicles
CO-LOADING is when you have two individuals shipping vehicles.
CO-LOADING is when you have 1 person shipping multiple vehicles
CO-LOADING is when you have 3 individuals shipping vehicles
It means that a vehicle can be pick up no later than the cut off time.
It means that you can pick the vehicle up at any time.
It means the vehicle cannot be delivered no later than the cut off time.
It means that two vehicles have collided
It means that the route has changed
It means the car cannot be delivered today and the carrier must cancel
It means all roads have shut down.
The process in which the vehicles has to be washed
The process in which the vehicle has to be examined by the carrier at the terminal
The process in which the vehicle has to be fixed
The make and model of the vehicle
The make, model and year of the vehicle and the origin and destination locations
The model and year along with the origin and destination location
Type, Make and Model of Vehicle Origin State and Zip Code Destination State and Zip Code
0.70 cent per mile
0.60 cent per mile
0.62 cent per mile
0.69 cent per mile
The time the vehicle has been picked up.
The time the vehicle has been delivered.
The time the vehicle will be picked up.
The estimated time that the vehicle will arrive
They are looking for their vehicle to be transported in 1-2 days
They are looking to transport their vehicle as soon as possible
They are looking for the best company to transport their vehicle now
They are looking for same day transport
Double booking is when we have more than one vehicle to transport.
Double booking is when we have 2 cars to transport from 1 shipper.
Double booking is when a customer has booked a vehicle to be transported with more than one company.
Yes but the driver will need a screw driver
Yes but the driver will need a winch
Yes but the driver will need a hammer
Yes but the driver will need a jack
The transit time for your shipment is based mostly on the mileage between the pickup and delivery location. Generally, every five hundred miles will add one day to the transit time - so for a 1,000 mile transport, the transit time would be 2-3 days.
We can have your vehicle delivered in 1-2 days.
Your vehicle will be picked up when ever you are scheduled for pick up. Or in other words, when a carrier informs us how soon he or she will be picking up.
The vehicle will be picked up in due time. We don't want to promise anything because plans change. We will do our best to pick up your vehicle as soon as possible.
When the customer ask for quotes
When the customer has agreed to allow the company to transport
When the customer gives you the make and model
Can I Deliver
Can I Deduct
Cash on Delivery
Cash on Down
A dispatcher is a person who operates the telephone, radio or computer operator that connects people in need with fire, police and medical emergency services. They receive a variety of reports, ranging from car accidents to criminal acts in progress and coordinate the dispatch of the appropriate emergency responders.
A dispatcher is a person receiving emergency and non-emergency calls and record significant information. Addressing problems and requests by transmitting information or providing solutions. Receiving and dispatching orders for products or deliveries.
A dispatcher is the primary role of truck dispatcher is to schedule drivers to make deliveries and pick up packages or shipments from customers. ... In addition, truck dispatcher review drivers' logs and maintain various records, such as those pertaining to dispatched calls, vehicle repair, freight bills, and arrival times.
Yes, just a kid or a family member
No just leave the keys outside
Yes, there must be someone present to release and accept the vehicle, provide keys to the driver, and sign the initial and final inspection reports. This person can be anyone over the age of 18 that you trust with releasing or accepting your vehicle.
Yes, there must be someone present to release and accept the vehicle, provide keys to the driver, and sign the initial and final inspection reports. This person can be anyone under the age of 16 that you trust with releasing or accepting your vehicle.
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