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Shipping for auto parts can be a bear especially with all the accessorial surcharges. Do you find the pricing is not competitive enough to make profit on item sold? Do you have issues shipping cost effectively with UPS/FDX/USPS? 

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Shipping a car is a massive undertaking requiring multiple people and resources. Things can go wrong: you may not receive the goods on time, your drivers may get sick and miss their delivery, or the bad weather may cause delays. To avoid these potential complications, consider having multiple people involved in the shipping process. Or you can work with a trusty

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company. For example, I always hire them to ship a car for me. Never had any problems with them and always they delivered the vehicles in time. 

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