Auto Transport Quotes: Ford Super Duty
The Ford Super Duty lineup of trucks actually consists of several different models, at least since the F-150 line of trucks became its own line. The Super Duty line consists of the F-250, F-350, F-450 and anything larger that you can buy from the factory direct (such as chassis-only or bed-less designs, which Ford has always done since its founding if you didn’t know). As the Super Duty trucks are much larger than even the F-150’s that Ford makes, chances are that they’ll come with some sort of oversize vehicle transport fee if you need to get one transported on the back of an open carrier. The more they weigh, the more expensive they’ll be to ship, because more weight means carriers burn more fuel and must be compensated for the additional expenses incurred in transporting heavier vehicles.
Some Super Duty trucks are going to be too large to transport on an open carrier no matter what you do or how much you’re willing to pay – they just won’t fit. Trucks like these (usually custom-ordered for specific reasons, to be honest, though some stock Super Duty trucks are too large for a standard carrier) will need to be hauled on the back of a flatbed auto transport truck, which are generally more expensive and have larger pickup windows as they are harder to find. Check out our Ford Super Duty Auto Transportation page for more information about transporting a Super Duty truck.