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PO Box 22165
Tucson AZ, 85734

Rated 3.5 out of 5
3.5 out of 5 stars (based on 2 reviews)
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Rated 4.0 out of 5
July 24, 2013

I picked autogo transport out from many companies who contacted me to give the quote. I needed the car to be transported from AZ to SC. The broker was very helpful and found someone to transport the car very quickly. The driver who delivered the car was also nice and quite fast. When he came to pick up the car he marked down every little scratch. Upon delivery there was something what had come open in a bottom of the car and the driver started arguing that it was already there when he picked the car up but he had not marked it on the inspection paper. We did not want to argue and paid for fixing it. Luckily it was only 20 dollars but whatever company you choose make sure that you know what is written on the inspection paper and if there is something wrong with the car when it is delivered because of the drivers mistake then they have to pay for it. It cost 990 to ship it. I would use autogo again since they are quick and the price was lower than most of other brokers. Also they do not take any deposit from you. You only have to pay when the car is picked up.

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Mel B.
Rated 3.0 out of 5
July 13, 2012

I contracted AutoGo to move a 2012 Honda Accord from Chicago to Seattle. I had received a quote for them a few weeks before my move, but forgot to finalize the booking; thankfully, AutoGo was able to preserve my price of $1315 for the move, despite my last-minute order.

Their pickup schedule was somewhat delayed; they give a pickup range, then have the truck driver call 24 hours in advance to set a firm time to get the car in question. For me, this meant a week’s delay while the driver finished other pickups in nearby states. My car was finally picked up exactly seven days after the initial estimated pickup date. The truck driver had a very thick accent and was difficult to understand on the phone, but he got as close to the pickup location as his truck size would allow.

Perhaps to compensate for the delayed pickup, AutoGo got my car out to Seattle within 10 days of its being picked up (for a two- to three-week transit time estimate). They couldn’t – or weren’t willing to – get as close to my destination as I’d have liked, so I wound up taking an extended bus trip to their preferred garage rather than have the car brought more conveniently close to me.

On delivery, the car was in excellent condition; I found no new scratches, dings, or other damage on its exterior. In addition, AutoGo let me pack about 150-200lbs worth of extra stuff in the trunk and back seat, so as to avoid paying a separate moving company extra; all that material was untouched as well.

Overall, AutoGo did well on the actual transport of the car, but lacked a bit in timing, scheduling, and communication. I would recommend AutoGo for people who are both shipping a car long-distance and are willing to wait a few weeks for it to get there.

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Tim E.

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