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Factors affecting RV transport cost

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The factors that determine RV transportation prices will be discussed below.

Distance

When determining the price of transporting an RV, distance is an important factor. RV transporters try to factor an hourly wage into their calculations for longer trips and more time to move your RV.

Location

Transportation may be more expensive if you live off major roads, such as on a dirt road or some other place that is difficult to get to with your RV.

RV size

Just like an RV, the bigger they are, the more cumbersome the trip can be. In some states and highways, the size and length of the RV also determine which highways and byways it can take. Another factor here is that RVs are heavy. When the transport truck travels with a larger RV, more gasoline will be consumed.

Gasoline prices

Neither you nor the driver can control gas prices, which are an important factor. An RV adds to the amount of gasoline used by a hauling truck. Without extensive planning, knowing the cost of gas in California and Oregon can be quite different if you’ve traveled across the states frequently.

Security

Insurance costs must be included in the budget provided by the transport company. To cover your own needs, you may want to purchase additional insurance. If you have an RV with few amenities, make sure the insurance terms cover RV repairs when considering transportation.

Urgency

When do you need your RV transported? Can the carrier accommodate my needs? To get to you faster, a carrier may trade other customers for more money.

RV condition

A heavy-duty truck can tow an RV or trailer with working wheels or a transmission. Your vehicle may require a flatbed if you have difficulty moving.

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