I recently bought a vintage motorcycle on ebay and it was roughly 1200 miles away. I started looking for shipping prices and was getting everything from $600 to $900. Then I found uship and I typed in my information. A few hours later I got another bid for like $800 or so, and immediately afterwards got another bid for $371. This shipper actually used an open trailer instead of an enclosed trailer, but as it turns out, the condition of the bike didn't warrant being in an enclosed trailer anyway. Actually, he could have dragged it along behind his truck at the end of a rope and it wouldn't have looked much worse than it did when it showed up. But that is due to the grossly misrepresented auction that I bought the bike off of. It had nothing to do with the guy that delivered my bike or uship. If I ever lose control of my common sense and purchase another vehicle without actually looking at it first, I will definately contact uship. I saved ALOT of money and had the bike in 4 days.