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Old 09-04-2017, 12:35 PM   #1
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Cost to transport 2017 Pinnacle to Florida

We are in a camping resort in Massachusetts for the season and we plan on flying to our winter home in St Thomas USVI on 11/29!
Hurricane Irma may change our plans due to potential damage on the island: loss of power, structural damage etc!

Wondering if anyone knows the cost to transport my 2017 Pinnacle to Florida for the winter as I only have a Ford F-150 which won't do the job!

Exploring all options....thanks
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Old 09-04-2017, 08:15 PM   #2
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Where in Florida and when do you need it there?


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Old 09-04-2017, 08:45 PM   #3
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Try uShip.com but be careful selecting a driver. Avoid contracting companies, hire someone you can talk to about any issues.

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Rent a Penske truck and drive it down yourself. Maybe $1,700 one way plus fuel.
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Think I heard the cost to ship an RV is roughly $2 a mile.


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We are in a camping resort in Massachusetts for the season and we plan on flying to our winter home in St Thomas USVI on 11/29!
Hurricane Irma may change our plans due to potential damage on the island: loss of power, structural damage etc!

Wondering if anyone knows the cost to transport my 2017 Pinnacle to Florida for the winter as I only have a Ford F-150 which won't do the job!

Exploring all options....thanks
Well, last month my sister had transported her 2017 Pinnacle to Santa Barbara, California, by hiring auto shipping California company which was We Will Transport It, where they had provided her with a professional driver during shipping. If you want, you may try We Will Transport It because when it comes to winter shipping, due to unpredictable weather and the ways in which winter weather affects transport vehicle mobility it is best that you get an experienced one and I had read reviews that We Will Transport It is one of the best auto shipping California, Florida or best US transport company.

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Well, last month my sister had transported her 2017 Pinnacle to Santa Barbara, California, by hiring auto shipping California company which was We Will Transport It, where they had provided her with a professional driver during shipping.
If you want, you may try We Will Transport It because when it comes to winter shipping, due to unpredictable weather and the ways in which winter weather affects transport vehicle mobility it is best that you get an experienced one and I had read reviews that http://www.wewilltransportit.com/rv-shipping/ is one of the best auto shipping California, Florida or best US transport company.
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