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Recommendation or any advise on moving 911

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Hi,

whats the best way to transport 2006 Carrera, I have thought about using u-haul or driving ofcourse the distance is around 18 hrs. Any thing to worry about using a trailer.

thanks.

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My biggest concern would be stone/rock damage, either by driving or towing on an open trailer. Look into one of the covered car shipping companies. Even FedEx offers this service, and I have heard good reports about their service & pricing.

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My biggest concern would be stone/rock damage, either by driving or towing on an open trailer. Look into one of the covered car shipping companies. Even FedEx offers this service, and I have heard good reports about their service & pricing.

Rock chips can be avoided by simply using an aftermarket (ie. Colgan) bra. They're relatively inexpensive ($125) and suit this activity perfectly. There's even a 'bra' for the rear view mirrors. Good protection whether you drive or tow. Masking tape will work for the smaller rocks; it's a lot cheaper but a bit unsightly but who cares.

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A u-haul works but you may need some wood for the front tow

vehcile wheels so the ramp slopes better. Make sure the ramps

hold onto the trailer solid when driving the car up the ramps.

Paul

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