Auto Transport to Major Universities
College Station, TX, home of Texas A&M University

College, for many, is an amazing experience. It is the first true taste of life away from the comforts of home, and is, for many, almost a rite of passage. Many of us don’t think about the nitty-gritty when it comes to going off to college, but it’s still important. That’s why we recommend auto transport to major universities, instead of driving your vehicle.

Having your own vehicle to get around campus or around the town or city is a wonderful thing. Luckily for you, American Auto Shipping can get you quotes for auto transport to major universities. We can ship to or from almost any, but some will be easier to ship to than others. Make sure to read about the universities you’re thinking of shipping about. Then, let us help you get quotes to find the right shipper for your needs.

Auto Transport to Major Universities – an Overview

There are hundreds – perhaps thousands – of different universities you can choose to attend. Some of them are major universities, and some of them are smaller community colleges. We’re going to focus on the major universities, but rest assured that we can get you quotes to ship to or from any city with a college in it.

Most carriers should be able to pickup or deliver a vehicle close to campus. Not all campuses will be accessible for an eighty-foot transport truck, but that’s okay. Any carrier will work with you regarding where to meet for pickup and delivery. And most of the time, prices will be reflective of industry averages to and from the city the university is in, as opposed to the university itself. This should make your prices more competitive and simply makes it easier for everyone.

Why you Should get a Quote for Auto Transport to Major Universities

When you’re going off to university, you have three options regarding your vehicle: leave it behind, ship it, or drive it yourself. There are advantages and disadvantages to each, of course, and it’s important to understand which one is right for you.

If you leave your vehicle behind you save on the cost of shipping or driving. But at the same time, you have a harder time getting around town. Some college or university towns may not have a good public transportation system. If they don’t, getting to or from campus, if you’re in off-campus housing, might be a challenge.

Driving your vehicle to university is always an option. On the one hand, you can pack it full of things you’re taking with you. Of course, driving the vehicle will also cost you in terms of fuel and maintenance, and there are lots of hazards associated with long-distance drives. This may not be the best option if you have a limited budget.

Shipping your vehicle to your university will likely save you both time and money, and many shippers allow a few personal items in your vehicle when shipping it. Not all do, but it’s common to allow it. More importantly, you get help and advice from professional shippers who understand the challenges of shipping to or from a university or college town.

Get a Quote for Auto Transport to Major Universities with American Auto Shipping

if you’re heading off to university and you need to get your vehicle there, we can help! Go ahead and fill out our free quote request form. If you do, you’ll get a free quote from us to ship your vehicle. We work with only top-rated auto transport carriers in the United States who can handle shipments to or from almost any university in the United States.

Whether you end up shipping your vehicle or not, getting some quotes to compare is a great idea. Don’t just get a quote from us – shop around! We encourage it, because we’re confident we have the best prices to ship your vehicle. You can also contact us any time at 800-930-7417 to speak to an agent, if you have questions or need some help getting a quote or booking an order.

Auto Transport to and From Major Universities

Boston University

Central Michigan University

Cornell University

Dartmouth College

Florida Atlantic University

Kent State University

Midwestern University

University of Rhode Island

Johns Hopkins University

NC State University

Ohio University

University of Alaska

Brown University

Clemson University

Duke University

University of Hawaii

Fresno State University


Eastern Kentucky University

University of Louisiana

Notre Dame

Oklahoma State University

Auburn University

The University at Buffalo

Columbia University

College of William and Mary

Idaho State University

University of Cincinnati

West Virginia University

University of South Carolina

University of Maine

New Mexico State University

Oregon State University

Baylor University

Case Western Reserve

Central Washington

Eastern Michigan University

Ithaca College

University of Miami

Michigan Tech

Eastern Oregon University

Northern Arizona University

New York University

Portland State University

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