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I can't really help you much but can atleast get you pointed in the right direction, take lots of pics and annotate any scratches, dents, whatever, transporters, well some of them, lack experience and are just looking to make a quick $. I would go so far as to even take pics of the trucks after they are loaded and about to leave, granted once the truck is on their trailer it is their responsiblity, but who's to say once they get where they are going that they don't say it was there when they picked it up. get copies of whatever they have you sign. UShip has good and bad drivers, but you'll have that anywhere, i'd read the reviews from other clients of the transporters, they have nothing to hide and the odds of them shipping something again are probably slim. another thing you can't be a transporter on UShip unless you have a DOT# and insurance, I tried to be a transporter and could not do it, as i did not have a DOT#. In short do what you think you need to do to keep your butt in the clear, if you've watched the tv series Shipping wars, that is UShip, the thing i don't get is they have 5 drivers on there, 3 of which have DOT#'s the other 2 do not. Not that I would say a tv series is reality, but it gives you an idea of what goes once your cargo leaves your possession. hope that somewhat helped.
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