RV Transport

Trust the industry leaders to ship your RV anywhere.
ShipMyVehicle.com is here to help you move your recreational vehicle (RV). We know that your home-away-from-home is precious to you, and we’ll treat it with the same tender loving care that you do.

We transport all types of motorcoaches and towable campers for snowbirds who fly south in the winter and head north again in the summer. We ship motorhomes, fifth-wheels, and pop-ups to specialized garages for out of town repairs. We can even help deliver your RV when it’s time to sell it or give it to one of the kids.

Competitive price quotes for RV transport
We partner with top notch shipping industry veterans to move your RV from coast to coast or across the globe. In the continental United States and Canada, we are engaged with a network of trusted independent contractors whose drivers and carriers are specially licensed and fully insured.

Hauling for Towable RVs or Drive-Away for Type A, B, and C Motorhomes
Our professionals will haul your camper or chauffeur your RV to its next location, safely and securely.

Because motorhomes can be driven, this is the cheapest and most common option. However, if you prefer, or if your motorhome is not in working condition, we will arrange to have it towed for you. This usually requires specialized trucks and equipment. The weight of this additional load affects gas mileage and typically results in additional expense.

Why hire a pro to move your RV when you could just drive it yourself?
Our seasoned vehicle shipping experts and professional drivers take the worry and work out of the moving process. That leaves you the time and energy to focus on more important matters.

Besides, with us behind the wheel, you won’t have to worry about the maladies of a long road trip, like weariness, soreness, poor diet, roadside motels, gas station bathrooms, and worse, the chance of falling asleep while driving.

Preparing your RV for shipping
In addition to the information about preparing your vehicle for shipping, there are other steps to ensure a safe and damage-free transport.
  • Make sure it’s clean and empty— Loose items can cause significant damage while en route. Also, the content of your RV is not usually covered by insurance policies.
  • Secure all fixtures—Cabinets, drawers, latches, doors, windows, and the like must be taped or tied down.
  • No hazardous or flammable materials allowed— please remove all propane, gas, or oil tanks, as well as weapons or ammunition.
  • Power—Be sure to disconnect the gas, turn off all electronics, and disconnect the power supply.
  • Confirm that your engine, transmission, brakes, signals, tires, and other parts are in good working order. The transporter’s insurance does not cover repairs for mechanical malfunctions en route. Breakdown and downtime would represent additional expenses.

Learn more about the costs of RV shipping.