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Remember these tips before relocating vehicle

Remember these tips before relocating vehicle

Are you planning to relocate to a new city in the near future? If that’s the case, one concern you might have is the safe transportation of your vehicle. Just like any other time, a vehicle can have its own emotional value attached and it shouldn’t be taken for granted. Whether you’re relocating on short notice or purchasing a car from someone who lives in a different city across the country, there’s a chance that driving the automobile to your new location will be impractical. In such cases, having your vehicle moved by professionals can save you a lot of time, money, and hassle.

Here are some tips to remember before you set out on this journey,

1. Clean, Clean and Clean

First things first, it is crucial to clear out your vehicle for any unnecessary and undesired goods if any. We tend to fill up receipts, random tissues flying here and there, car documents, and more in the seat cover pockets, dashboard drawer or even sometimes on the sides of the door. Because certain jerks and bumps will be felt during the journey, it is best to remove any mobile things from the vehicle. This implies that even the tiniest devices, such as air fresheners, chargers, replacement wires, and removable speakers, can be removed to avoid being damaged.

2. Insure your vehicle

If your automobile is destroyed during shipping, your car insurance coverage will cover the entire cost of repair. Many individuals believe it is an unnecessary investment, yet they frequently wind up paying repair costs that are far greater than the cost of the insurance coverage. As a result, insurance should be considered a non-negotiable portion of the entire cost of shipping a vehicle.

3. Fuel to the minimum

As your car will be transported in a container, it is recommended that you maintain your petrol tank empty or nearly empty before transporting it. This is because it lessens the risk of damage in case of high heating temperature and the weight of the car increases which is chargeable by the transportation provider for that extra weight. Ideally, the fuel in the vehicle should only be used for loading and unloading during a transit.

4. Look out for Leaks and Tire pressure

Before the vehicle shipping firm moves your vehicle, it is highly recommended that you inspect the undercarriage for any leaks. The company may refuse to transfer the vehicle if there is a leak and it is also risky for your vehicle for any unforeseen damage. As a result, it is preferable to inspect your vehicle and get any leaks repaired prior to the moving day.

5. Off-season transit

If you’re not in a rush, and it is okay to manage your moving time, avoid summers. It is one of the busiest times for shipping companies. The end of the year and the beginning of the new year are ideal times to transfer your car. So, if at all possible, plan your relocation around that time. During this time, movers lower their rates during this time.

Summing up

Since a vehicle is such a valuable and personal item, we want to assure its safety at all times. When you need to relocate your bike or car from one location to another for any reason, you should always get professional assistance to execute this difficult task.

Mega packers and movers are the right choice for you while relocating your vehicle. A team of professionals that will handle your product with care, take care of all the necessary checks and documentation and deliver in time. All of these benefits and more, are offered at a viable and affordable pricing to keep your budgets in check.

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Nitin O Mahipal - MD of Mega group

Nitin O Mahipal - MD of Mega group

Hi. I am Nitin O Mahipal the Managing Director of Mega Group that offers Logistics and Relocation services across India. After my Masters in the UK, I reluctantly joined Mega and scaled up the logistics operations amidst industry challenges. I look forward to your views on the blog. Thank you.