Guam Auto Transport

Shipping a car to Guam> Prepare Your Car

The following important information will help speed your move along:

Vehicles must be in operating condition when tendered for shipment, with a working emergency brake, and must either be licensed or qualified to be licensed for operation on public streets or highways.

We reserve the right to reject receipt of cargo if the cargo does not meet the requirements for safe transportation & handling by vessel operations.

Wash Vehicle
All vehicles must have a clean exterior so that a vehicle survey may be conducted at the load port. Dirty vehicles will not be accepted.

PLEASE NOTE – Vehicles shipping from HAWAII to the MAINLAND UNITED STATES are subject to stringent inspections by the USDA prior to shipping. It is the responsibility of the shipper to have the interior and exterior of the vehicle thoroughly cleaned. Example: The USDA looks for clumps of mud in wheel wells or under the vehicle’s carriage, under the hood of vehicles is also inspected, the USDA also looks for dirt, grass, plant seeds in the interior as well as the exterior and for anything that they consider invasive to the U.S Continent. If you fail the USDA inspection we will be unable to ship your vehicle until the vehicle has been properly cleaned and re-inspected by the USDA.

Note: We cannot ship vehicles with cracked or damaged windshields or windows.

Remove All Personal Belongings
The only items acceptable for shipment in your automobile are those tools and accessories normally attached to the vehicle, or permanently installed in the dash, doors, rear deck, or console. For example, if not bolted in, the following items should be removed:

        loose radios
        CD's
        tape players and tapes
        compact disc players and discs
        portable telephones of any type
        power boosters
        equalizers
        radar scanners
        extra speakers
        decorative ornaments
        auto protective covers/auto bras
        truck tailgate nets
        auto roof racks if not factory installed
        theft alarm systems (if you choose to leave the car alarm in your vehicle, make sure that the system is disengaged prior to shipment)

Gas and Antifreeze
Gas
Please deliver your vehicle with 1/4 tank or less fuel.
The port personnel will do the rest, and make sure your vehicle is ready to go when it reaches its destination. If you are shipping a vehicle powered by an alternative fuel -propane, electric, natural gas, etc - please contact us for special shipping instructions.

Antifreeze
Automobiles shipped between Seattle and Hawaii, especially during the fall and winter months, should be delivered to the port with antifreeze. We are not responsible for providing this protection nor liable for damage resulting from low temperatures.

Fire Extinguishers and Propane Tanks
Fire Extinguishers

Must be removed. Federal regulations do not permit fire extinguishers to be shipped with your automobile.

Propane tanks
Vehicles with propane tanks for auxiliary uses must be delivered for shipment with the propane tanks empty of any liquid or fumes. The empty tank must be tagged and certified as "gas free" by an authorized propane dealer or service company. We recommend that you verify the cost of emptying and certifying propane tanks. It may be less costly to purchase a new tank at your destination.

 

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