Auto/Marine Parts Freight Shipping Costs

Standard freight costs below are to a commercial location with fork lift or loading dock. These are estimated costs only. Additional charges will apply for residential and lift gate service. Weight and size of skid are also big factors in final cost. Heavy duty truck parts (diesel motors etc) and large body section cuts may cost more than suggested below. Please call for a specific quote.

Freight class 85-150 - engines, transmissions, differentials, axles, frame sections (Under 11 ft), outdrives, transom assemblies, Outboard motors.

Typical freight charge $150-$250 depending on location.

Freight class 150-250 - body parts (doors, fenders, quarters, front clip, rear clip, frames bumpers etc), seats, dash panels.

Typical freight charge $200-350 depending on location

Please call on anything over 10 feet for an accurate quote.

Average freight time (varies by carrier and destination).
Midwestern States: 1-3 Days
Mountain States: 2-5 days
East coast: 3-5 days
West coast: 5-7 days

Add 2-3 days for corner coastal and unpopulated areas

Small Package Standard Shipping Time With Fed Ex.

Vehicle Shipping Cost

Vehicle shipping is available to most areas in the lower 48 states including all ports in the lower 48 for exporting. Non- US customers are responsible for all export arrangements including a booking number once vehicle is dropped at port. Cost is dependent on vehicle type, destination. Typical costs for a midsized auto are as follows (these are estimates only please call for exact quote)

  • Midwest: $100-$500
  • East coast: $500-$700
  • West coast: $800-$1200

Additional charges may apply for continental corners, trucks and oversize as well as unpopulated areas.