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 Information for Auto Shipping Customers

Ship My Ride is an auto transport business that likes to take care  of its  auto transport customers.  Ship My Ride knows that our auto transport customers are the main part of this auto transportation business, so we always take care of every car shipping situation and detail that might come up during this process.
The auto transportation customers of Ship My Ride have many benefits and can choose from many different types of services. The benefits of this auto shipping are that you will be requesting for vehicle transportation services with an extremely highly reliable car shipping company. All the years of experience that Ship My Ride has in the auto transportation business are also a benefit our car shipping customers get.
Ship My Ride's car shipping customers can choose between many different types of car shipping, for example: door to door, enclosed traileropen carrierterminal to terminal, between others. All these car shipping benefits can be selected all across Canada.
Ship My Ride is a car shipping company that you can communicate about any single question or detail you might have an inquiry about. Ship My Ride offers personalized attention to our car shipping customers via Live Chat in our website, via e-mail or through a phone call. 
This is all the information our auto transport customers can use in order to ask any car shipping question:
Bay 3 7139-40th St SE, Calgary AB
Call us : (403) 800-9292 Email us :
Ship My Ride is an car shipping company that is certified and verified by the Auto Transport Association in order to full-fill the peace of mind requirements of our car shippign customers. This certification that Ship My Ride has since 2009, is about being a platinum member of the Auto Transport Association. This certification means to our car shipping customers that we are a reliable car carrier company.


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