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United Car Transport’s highly experienced staff will arrange transport of your personal or commercial cars, suv’s or trucks in a professional and timely manner either by open or enclosed carriers.  Customer service is our motto, not simply a telephone number to nowhere. 

Whether you are purchasing a vehicle on e-bay or at a dealership; a military person on transfer; a business executive on a corporate move; or a family relocating to their dream house – United Car Transport will provide transport at affordable pricing, safe and secure, and in an efficient and timely manner.

  • NATIONWIDE SERVICE
  • CLASSIC CAR AND RESTORATION TRANSPORT SPECIALISTS
  • DOOR TO DOOR DELIVERY
  • NO TERMINAL UTILIZATION
  • LICENSED AND BONDED
  • FULLY INSURED TRANSPORT WITH NO DEDUCTIBLE
  • PROFESSIONAL ONE-STOP ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVES
  • PRIORITY CUSTOMER SERVICE
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Japan order backlog puts U.S. allocation of Toyota Prius C at risk

Mon, 06 Feb 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Soaring demand for the new Toyota Prius C in Japan may create a U.S. allocation dilemma. The pint-sized hybrid is scheduled to arrive in U.S.

Video: BMW 7 Series

Tue, 29 Jul 2008 00:00:00 -0700

BMW has released new images and a lengthy press release detailing the design process for the new 7 Series sedan, set to be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in October. We'll spare you the hyperbole here, but stay tuned for a Design Review of the Munich-based automaker's new range topping vehicle once we've seen the car in the metal in Paris. In the meantime, check out these videos of the new 7 Series in action and hear what BMW Cars Director of Design, Adrian van Hooydonk, has to say about the design of the new flagship.

Chevrolet Volt concept

Sun, 07 Jan 2007 00:00:00 -0800

By Ben Oliver Motor Shows 07 January 2007 03:24 Don't tell me – it's another me-too green car concept that's too expensive and complex to ever be made… Not quite. For a start it's an entirely new concept, and important enough to be General Motor's biggest news from the Detroit show. An electric motor drives the front wheels.