Below please find the answers to common questions customers have when shipping cargo. Don’t see an answer to your question? Contact one of our ONE WORLD SHIPPING NETWORK service team specialists for further assistance.
What types of vehicles can I ship with ONE WORLD SHIPPING NETWORK?
ONE WORLD SHIPPING NETWORK provides a variety of transport services for a complete range of vehicles, including cars, trucks, vans, motorcycles, boats, RVs and more; for corporate relocation and commercial clients, as well as individual consumers, in the continental U.S. and around the world.
How far in advance should I schedule the transport of my vehicle?
We request that you schedule your move as soon as possible to ensure that your car is moved within the time frame which best meets your schedule. If an immediate pick up is necessary, we can arrange for your vehicle to be picked up within 24 hours.
How do I prepare my vehicle for transport?
There are many steps you can take to prepare your vehicle for transport. You can read them all in our Pre-Ship Checklist.
How can I make payment?
Payment for auto transport service must be made in advance by using a credit card, money order, cashier’s check, PayPal or via Domestic or International Wire transfer. Payment will be collected at booking but payment can be deferred prior to booking your shipment.
How do I track the shipment of my cargo?
You can track your vehicle anytime by calling 305-559-5900 customer support number.
What is Door-to-Door services?
ONE WORLD SHIPPING NETWORK will pickup and deliver your cargo at your specified locations (could be your residence, place of business, auction or any other location). The pickup and delivery is often performed by truck but in some instances could be performed by our larger truck, depending on the type of cargo. This service includes door delivery in final destination.
What is Port to Port / Airport to Airport services?
This is our most affordable service. You will drop-off your your cargo at our nearest partner location or terminal and pickup your vehicle at the terminal or airport in final destination.