No matter what your reasons are for moving from New Hampshire to Colorado, whether you’re looking for a change of pace or a new work opportunity, shipping your car with Preowned Auto Logistics is the way to go. Our auto transport services help you to get your vehicles moved for less and without all the stress of a long-distance drive. Learn more about our auto transport from New Hampshire to Colorado below.
No Matter Where You Are, PAL has Terminals Near You!
One of the ways Preowned Auto Logistics helps you to worry less about your move is that we offer drop-off terminals for your vehicle all throughout the USA. Because we utilize these terminals, there’s always a drop-off location near you so you can find the closest place to leave your vehicle at your convenience for your driver to pick it up when they’re ready.
This process is easy to use and takes the stress out of getting your car moved across the states. Booking is as easy as contacting Preowned Auto Logistics and asking about the nearest location so that you can start planning your move today.
Is it Best to Ship My Cast from New Hampshire to Colorado or Drive?
There are many reasons to choose to ship your car instead of driving it across hundreds of miles of interstate. Below, we’ll show you three of the top reasons that many individuals are choosing to auto transport with companies like Preowned Auto Logistics today instead of driving.
One of the main reasons to choose to ship your car instead of drive is that it’s more convenient and less time-consuming. Instead of taking days out of your busy schedule to make the drive from New Hampshire to Colorado, you can simply book your car shipping and drop off your vehicle at the nearest location. In a few days’ time, the car will be delivered to your destination and ready for pickup.
Additionally, shipping your vehicle is the safest option for you and your car because you will avoid the dangers of the road. Common safety threats on the road include reckless drivers, animals and debris on the roadway, and poor weather conditions.
If you’re ready to book your auto transport, payment is easy! We accept all major credit cards, cash, checks, and PayPal.
Another major factor in choosing whether shipping your car or driving is best for you is the cost. Let’s take a look at how much you will need to budget in order to drive your vehicle yourself from Concord, New Hampshire, to Denver, Colorado.
The distance between Concord and Denver is approximately 1,951 miles without stops, detours, or other traffic conditions. If your car gets 25 miles to the gallon and gas is $3.50 a gallon, you’ll spend $273 on fuel alone.
In order to drive safely from New Hampshire to Colorado, you’ll need to spend four days on the road stopping overnight and driving no more than eight hours a day. In order to stop overnight, you’ll need to budget at least $150 per night for a hotel, you can spend more for a room, but $150 should get you a decent room for three nights; that comes to $450 for lodging.
Additionally, you’ll need to consider food for everyone making the trip. Roughly $40 a day per person will cover the basics like fast food and drive-thrus, but if you choose to have a nicer dinner one night, the price of food for that day will quickly increase. If there is one person making the drive, this comes to $120 for food without additional expenses.
Altogether, you’ll pay $843 before any unforeseen costs like detours, site-seeing, car trouble, etc.
Keep in mind that this calculation does not include additional expenses like time off of work to complete the drive and the loss of wages from taking time off or the depreciation of the vehicle with the added mileage.
When you choose to ship your car with PAL, you can rest assured that your car is in excellent hands from beginning to end. Our team of drivers are experts in the field with extensive knowledge of the best routes throughout the USA and clean driving records. Additionally, each of our drivers has years of experience in the transportation industry, so your vehicle will be handled with the utmost care throughout the whole process.
Although vehicles being damaged while being transported on our trucks happens less than 1% of the time, we always take the necessary steps to help you know your car is safe with us. Before your vehicle is loaded onto our truck, your driver will perform a complete inspection of the car and make a report. This report will detail any existing damage or problem spots on the vehicle, including photos, to help us track any potential damage caused in transit.
Once the vehicle arrives at the new destination, the driver will perform a second inspection to ensure it is in the same condition as when it left. While in transit, we’ll cover your car completely under our insurance policy so that you can rest easy while you wait!
Why Should You Choose Preowned Auto Logistics?
At Preowned Auto Logistics, we strive to offer the highest quality customer service so that you feel great about your auto transport. We even offer door-to-door services, where your driver can pick up the car from your driveway in New Hampshire and delivery it straight to your new destination in Colorado.
If you are looking for the quickest, safest, more reliable way to get your car shipped across the states, choose Preowned Auto Logistics!
Get The Best Rate on Car Shipping﹘ Request a Quote Today
No matter where you need to have your care shipped, booking your auto transport with Preowned Auto Logistics will help you to get there safely and for less than other options. Give us a call at 877.542.1955 and receive a custom quote for your auto transport needs. We’ll get you to your destination without the stress.
Kerri is amazing to work with, very professional, and it was a very good experience! I 100% recommend pre-owned Auto logistics and definitely to work with Kerri! I would give 10 Stars if it allowed me! Thank you 😁 you’re the BEST!Jenny MacNeil Johnson
I have had excellent experiences with Kerri Harris and the team at Preowned Auto Logistics. Fast delivery, excellent communication, professional service. Highly recommend for vehicle shipping.David Cleary