Alaska Auto Transport
Whether you are relocating to Alaska, bought a car from Vehix, or are sending your college student off to school, Carmoza Auto Transport will transport your car safely and on time. We understand that the circumstances for shipping a car can be stressful enough. Carmoza’s 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 ensuring an excellent shipping experience every time.
Carmoza Auto Transport is the only auto transportation company recommended as an AAA Show Your Card & Save® partner for auto transport services. AAA members receive an exclusive 5% discount off the total cost of auto transport.
Auto Transport and Alaska
So, how complicated is it to transport a vehicle to or from Alaska anyway? The answer to that depends on which car shipping company you choose. At Carmoza Auto Transport we strongly believe that auto transport should be easy. We make car shipping as simple for our customers as possible. Simply let us know where and when you would like to move your car and we will take care of getting it there quickly and on time. The Carmoza way is grounded in trust and an indestructible positive attitude to give you the world-class customer service that you deserve.
Transporting a car, especially classic or collector cars, can be a complicated and nerve-racking experience. However, it doesn’t have to be! If it’s your first time using an auto transport service, you’re in good hands with Carmoza. 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 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.
Alaska is the largest state in the United States. It is not located in the contiguous United States, but on the far northwest border of Canada just across the Bering Strait from Russia. Alaska was purchased from Russia in the late 1860s, but did not become the 49th state until 1959. The city of Anchorage is home to the vast majority of the state’s population, even more than the capital city of Juneau. While it is by far the largest of the 50 states, Alaska is the least densely populated due to its remote location.
While Alaska does not have the automotive production involvement of many other U.S. states, there are other notable transportation facts. Firstly, there are very few interconnecting roadways as in other states and the road system covers a very small portion of the state. The state capital of Juneau is not even accessible by road: cars must be ferried from the mainland. Other forms of transportation include trains, air transport and the famous dogsleds.
In addition to Alaska’s interesting transportation system, the state also has a profound effect on transportation for the rest of the United States due to the immense oil and natural gas reserves located there. The Trans-Alaska Pipeline transports oil from drilling wells to refineries and shipyards to fuel transportation across the country and help break dependence on Middle Eastern oil.