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Have you ever needed to move away from your home to live in a different city far away? This is a very common reason why people transport their vehicles in Canada. Making this process easier for our customers is Ship My Ride's goal. There are a lot of reasons to ship a vehicle, whether it is that your moving out permanently, you are going on vacations, or you need to send your vehicle to one of your special ones who needs it, there is one thing that stays constant in all those examples: TIME.
Driving your vehicle away can cost you days or even weeks of your time when you are going across Canada. Without mentioning the possible wear-down of your car and the threat that the road always represents. Ship My Ride dedicates to make your auto transport experience easier, safer and satisfactory.
In our company we appreciate the trust that private customers provide to us when they entrust their vehicles, one of their most valuable possessions, to our hands. For that same reason we are always striving to answer back to that with the same service that they expect from the best.
Private customers may only ship their vehicles a couple of times in their lifetimes, and even though they are very unlikely to be recurrent customers, it is also true that the impression they receive from our company that single time, that is our only opportunity to make them feel the way we want them to feel. 
Ship My Ride invites our private customers to get a free quote in our simple online system, book your vehicle immediately in our BOOK MY RIDE option, our call our office and one of our friendly and trained staff members will provide you with all of the answers to your vehicle transport inquiries.

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