Tennessee Auto Transport
Moving a car to Tennessee has never been easier. Whether you are relocating to Tennessee, have bought a car from Auto Trader, or are sending your college student off to school, we will transport your car safely and on time. We understand that the circumstances for shipping a car can be stressful enough. Our commitment to world-class customer service will give you peace of mind while your vehicle is in our care. Our transporting team is continually rated on their performance to ensure that the most reputable professionals in the business take care of your car, providing an excellent shipping experience every time.
We are one of the only auto transportation company recommended as a AAA Show Your Card Save® partner for auto transport services. AAA members receive an exclusive 5% discount off the total cost of their auto transport.
Auto Shipping and Tennessee
If it’s your first time using an auto transport service, you’re in good hands with us. Not only do we provide door-to-door service and an additional layer of insurance protection, our dispatch team will provide you with peace of mind by addressing any questions or concerns you may have regarding the car transportation process. Your vehicle will be picked up from your doorstep and delivered to its final destination in a matter of days – not weeks.
Please call us today at 1.954.828.2231 to find out more information about our auto transport services.
With a population of over 6.2 million people, Tennessee is the 17th most populated American state. Tennessee became part of the United States on June 1, 1796 and was the 16th state to join the Union. The capital of the state is Nashville and the largest city is Memphis.
Tennessee has seen some of the worst racism in the country with the formation of the Ku Klux Klan in 1866 and the assassination of Martin Luther King in 1968 in Memphis. Despite its racial problems in the past, the state was home to rock and roll and early blues music. Famous musicians such as Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Charlie Rich all started their recording careers in the state. Tennessee is also home to the Grand Ole Opry.
Tennessee is also home to two major auto plants. One is a Volkswagen plant located in Chattanooga, scheduled to begin production in 2011. At this plant, a new mid-sized sedan will be produced. Total plant output will be approximately 150,000 vehicles annually; the plant will employ 2,000 people. The other plant is a Nissan plant located in Smyrna, which opened in 1983 and produces over 550,000 vehicles annually. Vehicles produced at the Smyrna plant include the Nissan Altima, Maxima, Xterra, Frontier, and Pathfinder. Also, engines for Nissan and Infiniti are produced at a powertrain plant in Decherd.