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Car Shipping For Auto Dealerships

We can help you move your dealer trades

As the name implies, a dealer trade is an exchange of vehicles between two car dealerships. Dealer trades allow the dealership staff to transform their interested potential customers into a sale. This helps both the dealer and the customer, who came to them first, and this way the dealer won't lose the sale to another dealership that has the car the customer actually wants.



Whether you own or work with an auto dealership for new/used cars, you know that SHIP MY RIDE is the one certified car shipping company to call when you need to move one, two or your whole fleet.

Auto fleet management can be stressful if you give the job to the wrong auto shipping company, who likes monkey business after all? 

This is why hundreds of car dealers trust us with their new vehicles, to transport them with care and quality service, also to deliver them and provide the best customer service experience.

As the name implies, a dealer trade is an exchange of vehicles between two car dealerships. Dealer trades allow the dealership staff to transform their interested potential customers into a sale. This helps both the dealer and the customer, who came to them first, and this way the dealer won't lose the sale to another dealership that has the car the customer actually wants.


ShipMyRide can help you move your dealer trades!
If you would like to get more information about shipping a vehicle you can CONTACT US to get a more detailed quote.



Ship My Ride – Contact Information 

Call us: 1-888-875-SHIP (7447)
Website: shipmyride.com
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