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Lori and I are moving back to Columbus OH from Atlanta, GA and I wondered if anyone has any recommendations, or warnings, for auto transport of my Boxster. I currently have quotes from All Vehicle Transport, Magic Carpet, Magnum, Stateway, Exceptional, and Red Carpet.... and I realize they are probably none of those. smiling smiley However, if you have any positive or negative experiences you would like to share, I would appreciate the information.

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Regards,

Mike

Mr Mike (Alpharetta, GA)
... and just have the movers move the furniture.
I haven't heard anything about any of those transporters.
Good luck with the move.
Happy Boxstering,
Pedro

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There has got to be somebody on the board who is retired that would love to drive a Boxster from Atlanta to Columbus??thumbs upI would love to, however I am a few years away from euphorical time Bliss (aka retirement)grinning smiley

MIKELLIG
We have three dogs and a bunch of stuff we are taking with us for 2 weeks in hotel... and Lori can't drive that distance with her back. So I get to drive a Tahoe.

Thanks,

Mike

Mr Mike (Alpharetta, GA)
I have had one bad experience with Stateway. Screwed me around pretty good over the date of pickup and eventually paid for another transport to pick me up and gave me/the driver their end. Only nice thing I can say is nice ads.
I'm in South Florida for the winter and tend to drive my wife's Benz down and ship it back and have used a number of transports. You can check them on the Transport s [www.transportreviews.com]

As for my Boxster I drove from South Florida to NY 1272 miles in two days, top down the whole way, averaged 78 miles an hour till I hit Jersey traffic and averaged 28 mpg and had a blast.
550 miles is like a day trip. Drive it!
We've used Reliable Carriers four times (relocations back-and-forth across the country) and have not had any problems whatsoever. I'd recommend at least getting a quote from them.
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