Motorcycle delivery is usually done on a flexible timeline and unforeseen delays can happen. This is why it is recommended that you give yourself plenty of time and begin looking for car or motorcycle transporters about a month in advance. Be patient and be prepared so you can avoid these delays.
When choosing a motorcycle transport company, you will need to decide between an open or enclosed trailer. Open trailers can be less expensive but offer less protection than an enclosed trailer. You should also find out if the transporter provides door-to-door motorcycle shipping. Before selecting your motorbike carrier, try to find references or feedback about their service. Also, remember to ask about insurance coverage and ensure they have all necessary permits.
Make sure to prepare your motorcycle for transport and be ready early on the day of pickup. The motorcycle courier service will inspect your motorcycle and note any pre-existing damage in a report. When it is delivered, inspect the motorbike and compare any damage to this report at the time of delivery. Realise that your motorcycle is probably just one of many courier jobs that the transporter will perform that day, so you need to remedy any issues at the time of delivery. If there is any dispute or claim, follow the carrier’s instructions for submitting an insurance claim.
For further insight into the uShip motorcycle delivery process, visit our cost to deliver a motorcycle page. There you will be able to view past delivery transactions, similar to your own, as they happened in our marketplace. By being prepared and patient, you can go a long way toward ensuring that your motorcycle shipment arrives safely.