Needing a speedster transported from IL to Denver, CO. Any recommendations?
Wait until Spring.
Beside the good advice by Jim I would say say "easy various move" if your you time frame is tight
And my other suggestion is "Uship" at uship.Com
Sent you a private message.
Any questions give me a call.
Thanks for the info Jon!
Boy, wasn't that a wise-ass reply, Jim ? No wonder you blitz the advertising page with your business offerings !
Try looking at the national weather since November.
No that was a reply based on a bad winter with sheets of ice covering a lot of roads in the country.
No load is worth your life or the lives of others on the road you share.
When the weather is bad - you are off the road.
Whether it is in a ditch or a truck stop is up to you.
Hi Jim, I was reading this post and figured your above explanation was what you meant in your first post.
I think if you had explained the details in your first post, it might have been taken differently by the the others and not so negatively. Just saying.
Be safe out there.
If folks are on the internet - usually they are informed about national events like the weather.
My reply about waiting until the Spring is applicable to the weather in the context of the bad winter we are experiencing - particularly for Illinois & Colorado along with the states that lie in between.
For reasonably informed folks - a detailed explanation is not required.
No offense taken from Jim's post! He had a point with the weather this time of year, especially with the route between IN and CO
There are plenty of days when the roads are clear. I have not had an icy road day yet this winter(knock on wood) & I average a lot of miles every month
Quality transporters run all year round & deal with the ice & snow safely especially on an easy run like that. You don't even have to cross a mountain pass!
If time matters, consider calling Reliable Carriers Inc. I have utilized their services on several occasions with good results.
I needed to have an antique automobile moved from New England to Arizona without delay last month. I called mid December on a Tuesday. The car was picked up that Friday and delivered to Arizona the following Tuesday.
They have hundreds of trucks, all with the proper licenses, permits and insurance. And they operate year round.
I have heard good reports about the transport service offered by Bill Squires, aka Bill's Auto Works. (Two posts above.) A good friend of mine has had Bill haul several cars for him, and he recommends him highly.
(Message edited by coupelet on January 21, 2017)