Nationwide RV Transport Service
With over 20 years of reliable RV shipping in the U.S., we are truly America’s best RV movers.
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We are experts in RV shipping
Nationwide United Auto Transport is your trusted source for all RV transport and trailer transport needs. We have over 20 years of experience safely transporting various trailer types across the United States, including RV’s, travel trailers, camper trailers, fifth wheels, motorhomes, cargo trailers, toy haulers, camper vans, and more. Our reputation as one of the best RV transport companies in the industry is built on our reliable RV transport service and the ability to meet the diverse needs of our customers.
Whether you’re in the process of relocating and need to move your RV, looking to purchase a new or used trailer from a dealership, or require professional trailer transportation for your business, we’ve got you covered.
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RV Transport Services
90% of the RVs and trailers we move are through our RV towing service. This simple and cost-effective trailer towing service involves securely towing the RV or trailer behind a specialized tow vehicle.
- Bumper Pulls, Fifth Wheels, Goosenecks, Pintle Hooks
- Campers, Travel Trailers, Cargo Trailers
- CDL Drivers
This is where we set ourselves apart from other RV transport companies. Our flatbed hauling service is commonly used to transport RV motorhomes and trailers that are either too large and heavy, inoperable, or otherwise not suitable to be towed on their own.
- Standard and oversize 20′-53′ flatbeds
- Single and multi-unit deliveries
- Center track, ball stands, wheel bonnets, ramps, etc.
Affordability is the most notable advantage of driveaway service. A personalized licensed and insured driver will get behind the wheel and drive the RV to delivery destination.
- Class A, B, C Motorhomes
- CDL Drivers
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Our RV and trailer movers frequently ship
Our highly skilled and experienced drivers are prepared for any trailer hitch combination, including fifth wheel hitch, bumper pull, gooseneck, pintle hook, and other various types of ball hitches. As expert camper movers, we take pride in our RV transport services, ensuring you can trust us to safely transport your travel trailer, camper, or RV anywhere in the U.S.
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How much does RV transport cost?
When considering the cost of RV transport, it’s important to understand that there is no set cost. Every transport request is unique, with its own set of requirements, meaning that no two transports are ever exactly the same. Here are some general factors that are taken into account when determining the cost of RV transport:
Factor 1: Distance
Where are we picking up and delivering your RV or trailer? The distance of the shipment is one of the most significant factors that will determine the cost. Longer distances will typically cost more than shorter ones.
Factor 2: Type of RV or Trailer
What’s the year make and model of your RV or trailer? Larger, heavier units, such as Class A motorhomes, will cost more to transport than smaller Pop Up campers.
Factor 3: Shipping Method
Do you prefer tow-away, hauling or driveaway service? Although most of the RVs and trailers we move are via our towing service, we also offer hauling service for units that cannot be towed on their own and driveaway service for motorhomes.
Factor 4: Seasonality
When is your RV or trailer ready for transport? The time of year can also affect the cost of shipping. Shipping demand during summer months is typically higher which can drive up prices. Alternatively, in the off-season, less demand can lead to lower prices.
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How to prepare your RV for shipping
We ask that you carefully prepare your RV or travel trailer. Following these simple steps will help make sure that there are no safety incidents or delays during transport.
Check your trailer lights
Check your trailer lights to ensure they are working properly. ( brake, turn, clearance, license plate etc.) Trailer Wheels & Axles: Inspect the wheels and axles on your trailer for proper lubrication. It is recommended that bearings, bearing seals and bearing cups on a trailer be greased every 12 months or 12,000 miles.
Check your trailer’s weight rating
Do NOT overload your RV trailer. Check the gross trailer weight rating (GTWR) of your trailer to prevent overloading. Overloading your RV trailer can lead to tire blowouts, resulting in damage to the trailer.
Secure personal items
Any personal items inside your trailer or RV must be properly secured. Make sure cabinet doors are closed, locked if possible, and any items that are not mounted, be removed or placed in a secure area in the trailer.
Disconnect power supply
Disable your trailer’s power supply to prevent any accidental activation of electrical components or battery drainage. Unplugging appliances and disconnecting the battery are two ways to effectively shut down the power supply.
Remove hazardous materials
Gas tanks, propane tanks, ammunition or any possible dangerous materials should be removed from the trailer. Our carriers can be fined if such items are found in the trailer while in transport.
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Understanding Trailer Transport Differences
It’s important to understand the differences in recreation vehicles, travel trailers and campers, especially when it comes time to transporting. Although these terms — among others — are often used interchangeably, there are some notable differences.
Recreational vehicles are typically some sort of motor-home. They are equipped with a few of the amenities of home and can be motorized or non-motorized. RV movers will generally haul, tow or drive-away the recreational vehicle to its destination.
- RV Towing: Most often, a dually pickup truck with a matching hitch will hook up and tow the RV.
- RV Hauling: Recreational vehicle is loaded on to a wedge or flatbed trailer for transport. There is no towing involved.
Trailers are basically an unpowered vehicle towed by another. Trailers are used for a combination of things, but generally the function of a trailer is to haul something. The important thing to know about a trailer is that they are not motorized.
- Trailer Towing: Most often, a dually pickup truck with a matching Bumper Pull or Fifth-Wheel hitch will hook up and tow the trailer.
- Trailer Hauling: Trailer is loaded on to another wedge or flatbed trailer for transport. There is no hooking and towing involved.
Camper is another term for travel trailers. Campers come in a variety of trailers such as popups, truck campers, teardrops and others.
- Camper Towing: Most often, our camper movers will have a dually pickup truck that will hook up and tow the camper.
- Camper Hauling: Camper is loaded on to a wedge or flatbed type trailer for transport.
A “motorhome” is another term for recreational vehicles (RVs). Motorhomes can vary in size and style, including Class A, Class B, and Class C motorhomes.
- Motorhome Hauling: Motorhomes that are too big, heavy, or non-operational, are moved using our flatbed hauling service.
Why Choose Us?
We’re the most trusted among RV transport companies for nationwide trailer and RV transportation
We walk you through the entire process. Stress-free solutions no matter what your shipment needs are.
Insurance coverage is included to your shipment as part of the FMCSA license and insurance regulations.
Pickup and deliver your shipment as fast as possible. Same day-next day services when available.
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Our hours extend a 9 to 5 auto transport company. We are always available to answer your transportation questions.