Hawaii Auto Shipping
Shipping a vehicle to or from Hawaii can be expensive. We try to minimize your cost by shipping in bulk. We can pick up or deliver to any location in the continental United States. Just drop off or pick up your vehicle at the port in Hawaii.
Since transporting to Hawaii requires shipping across the Pacific, we have a special Hawaii Auto Transport Quote Service. To get started, fill out our quote form or call (877) 528-5104 to speak to an agent directly.
Shipping from Hawaii? When you book a transport from Hawaii to the mainland with us all you have to do is drop off your vehicle to the port of your choice in Hawaii. Then your vehicle will be loaded on to a large ship for vehicles only and it will be transported to the port in the continental U.S. that you specify. Then once the boat arrives to the mainland we will arrange for one of our car carriers (trucks) to pick up your vehicle at the port and transport it to the location of your choosing. We have over 25 years experience with Hawaii car shipping so we know all the ins and outs of the business. Whether you are shipping to Hawaii or from Hawaii we will provide 5-star service. Our Hawaii car shipping prices are honest and fair.
Shipping a car to Hawaii? When you book a transport to Hawaii with us we will arrange for one of our car carriers to pick up your vehicle and transport it to one of our ports in California or Washington. Then your vehicle will be loaded on to a large ship for vehicles only and it will be transported to the port in Hawaii that you specify. We strive to make your Hawaii car shipping experience as hassle free as possible. We have over 25 years experience with Hawaii car shipping so we know all the ins and outs of the business. Whether you are shipping to Hawaii or from Hawaii we will provide 5-star service. Our Hawaii car shipping prices are honest and fair.
Vehicle Preparation Check List
Your vehicle/s is in operating condition, with a working emergency brake, and is licensed or qualified to be licensed for operation on public streets or highways.
- The vehicle is washed
- Personal belongings are removed
- There are no cracks in windshields or other windows
- The gas tank is less than a 1/4 tank full
- You remove fire extinguishers
- Propane tanks are empty
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
- Tape players and tapes
- Compact disc players and discs
- Portable telephones of any type
- Power boosters
- 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)
Vehicles are subject to stringent inspections by the USDA. It is the responsibility of the shipper to have the interior and exterior of the vehicle thoroughly cleaned.
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. If your vehicle fails a USDA inspection at origin, we will be unable to ship your vehicle until the vehicle has been properly cleaned at your expense and re-inspected by the USDA. If your vehicle fails a USDA inspection at destination, we will be unable to release your vehicle to you until the vehicle has been properly cleaned at your expense and re-inspected by the USDA.
We cannot ship vehicles with cracked or damaged windshields or windows.