[DML] Transporting DeLorean/Multiple Cars Question.
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[DML] Transporting DeLorean/Multiple Cars Question.



Ok, unique question here. Things are finally settling down, I have my replacement, and I'm 
just waiting for a date to move back to Las Vegas (bouncing between states lately has NOT 
been fun). And I have a question to pose that I've never seen asked before.

Here is the situation: I have 3 cars to transport across country: 1981 DeLorean, 2006 Jeep 
Liberty, & 1977 Ford Thunderbird. No, I don't have to move them all at once, coming back 
for one or two of them later is an option. But I have some questions that may open up 
some options for me:

1. I have seen U-Haul branded car transports occasionally on the road (Older GMC or 
International Trucks with tracks mounted on them to to haul 2-3 cars.  I hate U-Haul (and 
do wish to avoid them if possible) but where in the world to you rent these from?

2. Are there any leasing companies like Penskie, Budget, or Ryder that lease out moving 
trucks with D-Rings in the floors of the cargo areas?

Regardless of if I were to choose to share our belongings with a vehicle in a truck, or come 
back and get two vehicles at once with a vehicle in the truck by itself, I have considered 
moving one vehicle inside of a truck, while towning a 2nd one outside. But of course I 
can't do this without having D-Rings in the cargo box to secure the vehicle. I might survive 
a collision with another truck, but I wouldn't survive a vehicle flying forward through the 
cargo wall into the rear of my cab crushing me to death.

Any ideas? Because right now, it looks like I'll just be making a 2nd or even a 3rd trip to 
get all of these cars moved. And even if I towed one car at time with a moving truck, that 
appears to be cheaper than even considering a professional vehicle transport for just one 
car (just had a company vehicle shipped from Las Vegas to Biloxi).

-Robert
vin 6585 "X"



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