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One of ShipMyRide’s expertise is private relocation.


One of ShipMyRide’s expertise is private relocation.

What does this mean?  When a customer is moving to another city or province, we help them move their vehicle to their new address.

But, why do Canadians move?

There are major reasons that make Canadians move, which include:

·         A new addition to the family
·         Job relocation
·         A decrease in family members
·         Retirement
·         An increase in cash flow, etc.


To break it down by the numbers, most Canadians move because of:

• Family size increase (marriage, kids etc.) – 42%
• Job relocation – 37%,  but much higher in Alberta – 53%
• Family size decrease (divorce, death, empty nest etc.) – 20%
• Retirement – 18%
• Came into more money – 14%
• Home was in need of renovations – 14%
Moving is not a random decision, when you consider over a lifetime. Canadians move five to six times, according to the Canadian Association of Movers. A Statistics Canada survey done in May 2011 found four million Canadians had moved in the previous 12 months.

Whatever your reason for moving is, let ShipMyRide help. We can provide you with a free car shipping quote at anytime!
Contact us by email at info@shipmyride.com
Phone us at 888-875-SHIP
We are here to help, let us take care of your car shipping needs.


Ship My Ride – Contact Information 

Call us: 1-888-875-SHIP (7447)


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