Amerijet Offers Tips for Vehicle Shipping

Fort Lauderdale, FL (PressExposure) August 19, 2009 -- Amerijet International, Inc. provides vehicle shipping services to destinations spanning the globe. These services are offered to both personal and commercial consumers.

In an effort to streamline the vehicle shipping process, the experts at Amerijet offer customers several tips to prepare their car for shipping.

First, Amerijet recommends customers remove all personal belongings from their car before shipping. The purpose of this is to avoid losses or damages to these items and to help the vehicle clear customs more easily.

Amerijet also recommends customers disconnect their car alarms before vehicle shipping. This is done to keep the car alarm from going off and draining the battery during loading, transport, and unloading.

Another vehicle shipping tip from Amerijet’s shipping experts is to leave a small amount of fuel in the vehicle before shipping. This is done for a few reasons, including lessening the weight of the car to be shipped.

The final recommendation from Amerijet is to get transportation insurance on the vehicle being shipped. Most standard car insurance policies don’t cover international shipping of cars. A transportation insurance policy from Amerijet will cover the car for 100% of its insured value in the unlikely event of an accident.

For more information on Amerijet’s vehicle shipping services, visit

About Amerijet International, Inc.

Amerijet International, Inc. is a full-service multi-modal transportation and logistics provider, offering international, scheduled all-cargo transport via land, sea, and air. Florida-based Amerijet operates offices all over the world, serving destinations throughout the America’s, Mexico, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Amerijet operates Boeing 727-200 and Boeing 767-200 aircraft from its primary hub at Miami International Airport, with 210,000-square-foot export and 100,000-square-foot imports air cargo handling facilities and a 50,000-square-foot ocean cargo facility. A custom-built 10,300 square-foot (227,419 cu. ft.) cooling facility was specially designed to maintain the cool chain integrity of perishables during the transportation process. In addition to the state-of–the-art design features, multiple pre-cooling systems, and 24 hour surveillance, the refrigerated storage space is subdivided into four climate-controlled chambers offering not only refrigerated, but frozen, and chilled storage. For additional information, visit Amerijet on the web at

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Press Release Submitted On: August 19, 2009 at 2:18 am
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