ATV Shipping With uShip
Shipping an ATV is similar to transporting a car, it requires a lot of care and time to make sure transport runs smoothly. uShip can help you get rates from the best ATV shipping companies, help you figure out how to ship your ATV and give you tips along the way. If the terrain gets too rough, don’t worry, just contact us.
uShip’s marketplace makes it easy to get your new ATV safely delivered to you, within your budget. Create your shipment listing with your needs, the make and model of your ATV and be as detailed as possible. When your listing is complete, transporters who specialize in shipping ATVs will send you quotes as they compete for your business. This ensures you get the best shipping rate for your ATV.
How Much Does it Cost to Ship an ATV?
ATV shipping cost varies based on distance, timeframe and service type to ensure the safest transport. On uShip, the average cost to ship an ATV is $300 to $500 for long distance transport and $100 to $300 for short distance transport.
For a closer look at ATV shipping rates, check out our cost-to-ship page. There, you can view previous ATV shipping transactions and get familiar with the uShip process. Ready to get quotes directly from carriers? Create your listing for your ATV shipment.
Shipping an ATV Cross Country
When deciding to ship your ATV cross country, the best decision you can make is choosing a reputable carrier. Although shipping an ATV cross country or long distance is possible to do on your own, using a professional service helps to ensure the safest transport for your ATV. Additionally, depending on the destination and distance, have peace of mind that your ATV will arrive secured.
How to Prepare Your ATV for Transport
It’s a good idea to take the proper precautions and make sure you are completely ready for shipping your ATV when the carrier comes.To do that, it is recommended that you have your ATV prepared prior to transport. The following are some helpful tips you can do to ensure your ATV shipment goes smoothly:
- Wash your ATV
- Inspect it for any dings, scratches, or dents.
- Document any marks, mechanical issues or leaks your ATV may have.
- Take high quality photos from various angles.
- Check to make sure all lights are properly working.
- Prepare any documentation you may need for transport or transfer of ownership.
- Remove all personal items and accessories, if possible.