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Overall, the shipment was outstanding. Provider name locked. did a great job of explaining all of the steps and responded quickly to every e-mail and phone call. The cost was exactly as advertised, the car was picked up on time and delivered close to the promised date/time.
The only minor problem was with the driver. We shipped the car because my Wife injured her leg while on travel and couldn't drive the car back to San Provider name locked. . We asked for the driver to deliver the car to our residence on a wide residential street. Instead, he parked the transport several blocks away, blocking a smaller residential street. He asked for my Wife to walk to the truck, pick up the car and drive it home. It took 5 phone calls to explain that she could neither walk nor drive the car before he relented and delivered the car. I don't hold Provider name locked. responsible for stubborn drivers.- James C.
Moving is never fun, especially a 2,500-mile move (from Lynchburg, VA to San Provider name locked. , CA). However, getting my car moved was THE worst experience of this process and one of the poorest examples of customer "service" I have ever seen.
I began this process very early before the move--finalizing the deal in March. My furniture and I physically moved on 7/01. The window I was given began June 24th and I was prepared to rent a car in my old place for a few days, if need be, in addition to renting a car in the new place during the transition.
The window came and went with no communication. I had already planned to rent a car in California, figuring 7-10 days would be enough. Once in California, I followed up my unanswered emails with a phone call and finally caught them in the office. There were plenty of excuses, but little action. It seemed that the brokers are at the mercy of whatever drivers were available and a lot of drivers had taken off for the Provider name locked. 4th holiday. Furthermore, none of them wanted to come to Lynchburg, VA as it was "out of the way."
NONE of these challenges were mentioned to me when I hired the service through Angie's List. Various schemes were then suggested, involving me getting the car moved to a better location. I had to hire someone to do a two-hour round trip to Roanoke to drop off the car. It was finally dropped off at my new home on Provider name locked. 19th, after I extended my rental car contract an additional week and a half.
I cannot believe these folks are even in business. After I left town, I never, ever heard from Provider name locked. Van Provider name locked. . When I called their office and finally got "Provider name locked. ", she was nice enough. However, it was up to me to continue calling and checking to see where we were with the plan (generally nowhere). I think she called me herself once or twice during this drama. None of those involved in this apparently complicated business communicated appropriately with me, the customer. I was not compensated for having to hire someone to drive the car to Roanoke of for my extra car rental expenses.
Lessons learned: 1) Move your car yourself or in your moving van (my mover doesn't do that), if possible. 2) If someone isn't communicating, assume the worst and go to Plan B immediately (which in my case meant flying back and getting the car myself.)
3) Do NOT use this broker.
- NANCY C.
The actuall transporter arrived on time, was courteous, and the car arrived 4 days later in excellent condition. Perfect experience for my first time transporting a car.
- Gregg G.