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Tennessee state capitol - Tennessee Auto Transport

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Why Clients Trust Number 1 Auto Transport to Ship Their Cars to Tennessee

When you’re looking for the best auto transport company to ship your car to Tennessee, you don’t have to look far. Number 1 Auto Transport is the Tennessee auto transport & car shipping company clients trust. Our auto transport team are experts in their field, providing industry-leading customer service. From providing transparent quotes and pricing, to working with you through the transport itself, every member of our team will have the utmost respect and honesty for yourself and your vehicle.

Number 1 Auto uses state-of-the-art equipment to ensure reliability and holds contracted drivers to high standards. This helps to make Tennessee car shipping much easier than most folks think it is, even with the wide-open spaces the state offers. Whether you are hauling a dump truck or reclaimer on a lowboy from one project in Nashville to another; living in Memphis and bringing your luxury car in from Chattanooga, Johnson City, or even outside of the state and you want it protected from the elements in an enclosed carrier, or living outside Memphis and you need your car transported in an open-air carrier to Clarksville, Murfreesboro, Jackson, Franklin and beyond, Number 1 Auto Transport has the experience, equipment, and people to get it right every time.

Moving to Tennessee? Ship Your Car with Number 1 Auto Transport

Whiskey, music, barbecue, racing, Civil Rights and Civil War history – Tennessee lays claim to it all. It’s almost dead average when it comes to size, both in terms of population and area. Not too big, not too small. And that makes for a state that is just right for plenty of residents.

Engaged in a running battle with Illinois to be the fifth most-populous state in the country, Tennessee is home to nearly 13 million residents. It’s a relatively small state – ranked 33rd in the country in terms of land mass – but it certainly makes an effort to squeeze plenty in there.

  • Despite all of those draws, perhaps the largest draw is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. With over eleven million people visiting every year, it is the most-visited National Park in the country beating the second-place Grand Canyon by roughly five million visitors.
  • Tennessee is renowned for having some of the best scenic motorcycle and car routes in the country. The Snake is considered one of the most challenging yet rewarding routes in the country, while The Cherohala Skyway is close behind.
  • It’s not the only thing in Tennessee on a “most-visited” list. One of the top five most-visited houses in the country is located in Tennessee as well. Elvis Presley’s Graceland residence is a National Historic Landmark and receives over 650,000 visitors every year. The only house to have more visitors annually? The White House.
  • With 25 distillery stops across the state, the Tennessee Whiskey Trail highlights the different companies that make this native liquor. From giants like Jack Daniel’s and George Dickel, to boutique distilleries like Sugarlands in Gatlinburg, you can try plenty of different versions of the spirit and find which one fits your tastes. Not surprisingly, Tennessee whiskey is also one of the state’s biggest economic drivers.
  • If distilling isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other job opportunities in Tennessee. Memphis is home to FedEx, AutoZone, and International Paper, while Knoxville is home to Pilot Corporation and Regal Entertainment Group. The state is also one of the major hubs for the automotive industry in the country – Nissan, General Motors, and Volkswagen all have large facilities in the state, while both Nissan and Mitsubishi have their North American headquarters in Franklin.
  • Memphis-style barbecue is one of the Big Four regional barbecue styles in the United States. Slow cooked in a pit, it centers mainly around pork, but will also throw beef and chicken in there from time to time. Every May, Memphis is home to the World Championship Barbecue Contest, part of the Memphis in May International Festival. One of the most prestigious barbecue events in the world, it spans four days and draws teams from across the globe.
  • If it seems like every country singer has at least one song about Tennessee, it should come as no surprise. The state is the home of country music, centered around the Gran Old Opry in Nashville. Nashville is also the home to the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the world’s largest repository of country music. The library and archival storage contains nearly 200,000 sound recordings, including nearly all pre-World War II country recording released commercials, and moving images including some of the earliest films, including footage from a 1932 Fiddlers’ convention!
  • Built around the Lorraine Motel – the site of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination in 1968 – the National Civil Rights Museum traces the history of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. Addressing important stories and events throughout our history, it has become a Smithsonian-affiliated museum, and is one of a kind.
  • Tennessee has never been the birthplace of a President, yet it is the resting place of three. While they were all born in the Carolinas, Presidents Andrew Jackson, James K. Polk, and Andrew Johnson all moved to Tennessee in their lifetimes, served the state’s government, became presidents, and died there. Jackson is buried at his home, The Hermitage, a National Historic Landmark that can be visited still. Polk is buried on capitol grounds in Nashville, and Johnson at the Andrew Johnson National Cemetery in Greeneville.

With so much to do in Tennessee, it’s no wonder more and more people are making it a tourist destination – or permanent move – every year!

Enclosed Auto Transport to Tennessee

Far enough inland to avoid most hurricanes, Tennessee does still have to deal with tornadoes – while rare, they tend to be severe when they hit. And while many folks think of Tennessee as a southern state, it gets more than it’s fair share of snow, with some of the higher elevations seeing up to five or six feet on the average year. When you opt to send your vehicle via an enclosed auto transport when looking for car transport in Tennessee, you’ll avoid damage from rain, wind-blown debris in storms, and other curveballs the weather throws out there. Having your car shipped to Tennessee in an enclosed carrier is a smart investment for your investment.

The safest way to transport your car to Tennessee is within an enclosed auto transport. There are two options for shipping your car via enclosed auto transport:

  • Soft-Sided Enclosed Auto Transport – The heavy canvas covering the carriers protects your car from wind-blown debris, rain, sleet, snow and other elements.
  • Hard-Sided Enclosed Auto Transport – In addition to the advantages provided by soft-sided carriers, hard-sided carriers offer protection for your car in the unlikely event your car is exposed to possible damage during transportation.

Open Auto Transport to Tennessee

Thinking about using open auto transport for your Tennessee car transport needs? Open carriers are the exact same double-decker car carriers the dealerships use. Your vehicle will be secured with state-of-the-art equipment, and it will arrive at its destination within seven days of departure. Open auto transport is a secure and affordable way of shipping your car, protecting your vehicle from road vibration, excess mileage, and more.

Lowboy Carriers to Tennessee

All the growth in Nashville, Memphis, and in between means plenty of work for Tennessee construction crews throughout the year. It also means having to move from site to site in a hurry, keeping the workflow moving. Instead of pulling skilled hands away from their trade to help move equipment such as excavators, cranes, and more, many construction businesses opt to get a third party to move their equipment for them. That’s why construction teams across the Keystone State rely on Tennessee auto transport experts to make sure they stay on schedule and everything gets to the next site safely – they turn to the Tennessee car transport experts and the lowboy teams at Number 1 Auto Transport.

Transporting heavy construction equipment is a serious business. Our veteran lowboy carrier drivers are trained to handle oversized loads, as well as high gross tonnage. Number 1 Auto’s drivers are skilled in moving heavy equipment in and out of job sites and navigating busy highways with unique loads.

The Steps We Take When Shipping a Car to Tennessee…

The best way to answer the question of “How to ship my car to Tennessee” is to show you just how we operate our auto shipping business. We know car owners won’t trust just any car shipping company to move their vehicle across states – they want experience, and reputation. Here’s how we do it:

  1. First, once your order is placed, we’ll start the process of moving a car to Tennessee. This usually happens within a week. We’ll continue updating you on important information including the time and date of pickup, tracking number and the truck driver’s number.
  2. Then, the truck driver will call you to finalize delivery plans. All Number 1 Auto drivers strive to take care of all vehicles carried as if they are their own. Protecting your car against any damage from delivery is their ultimate concern. You’ll also sign and receive a Bill of Lading before the driver leaves.
  3. Finally, once the vehicle arrives in Tennessee, both you and the driver will inspect the vehicle for any damage. This is also the time when you will sign the final inspection report. It’s that simple!

Shipping a Car from Tennessee

Maybe you’re moving to Tennessee to build cars, and need your car shipped there. Maybe you’re headed there for schooling, looking to become one of the Vols. Or maybe the country music scene is calling you to be the next big Nashville star. Whatever your reason is for making the move to Tennessee, or simply making the move within the state, you need to have the experienced Tennessee auto transport team from Number 1 Auto on your side. Working with Number 1 Auto saves frustration, as well as money and time. From folks heading into western Tennessee to get off the grid, to our military members relocating to Arnold Air Force Base, our clients are at ease knowing that the best Tennessee car shipping company is here to help. It’s easy to bring in their car or truck no matter where they’re being transferred from!

Have Questions or Need a Car Shipping Quote for Tennessee?

Email us or Call 855-422-4141 for a FREE CAR SHIPPING QUOTE to ship your car to Tennessee. We look forward to giving you quick answers to any questions you may have! Our goal is to provide our Tennessee clients with the best car shipping service at the most reasonable auto transport rates available.

Number 1 Auto Transport is insured – In the unlikely event your car suffers damage during its auto transport to Tennessee, we have you covered! Our insurance team will get the claim handled quickly and efficiently.