Auto Transport Quotes: Chevy Colorado Regular Cab
When it comes to transporting a Chevy Colorado, it’s important to know which specific type of Colorado you are shipping – if you take a look at our model and brand-specific auto shipping information page, you’ll see all the different makes and models for the Colorado. This article will focus on the regular cab version, which is the smallest version that you can currently get. Introduced by Chevrolet in 2004, the Colorado is the replacement for the S-10 lineup that Chevy discontinued in 2003. The Colorado features many of the same styles and designs as the old S-10, though upgraded, of course. The Colorado was built for towing things and hauling freight, and in terms of auto transportation the Regular Cab is definitely the easiest to ship.
Most of the time pickup trucks come with some sort of overweight vehicle transport fee due to their increased size, though most can still fit on the back of an open auto transport truck just fine. This goes for the Colorado as well, especially the regular cab because it is the smallest of the various Colorado versions out there. Typically when transporting a Chevy Colorado you’re not going to run into too many obstacles, as most companies know exactly what types of Colorado trucks there are and they are prepared to handle them the way they handle every other one they’ve ever shipped. You should definitely talk to your auto transport representative about more specifics, if you want more information; you can also visit our Chevy Colorado Regular Cab vehicle shipping information page for more.