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How do I transport car parts?

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Ok I need to transport several cars parts inc doors, boot, wheels - does anyone know how to do this- i'm assuming a conventional courier is going to be problematic? TIA
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
Ok I need to transport several cars parts inc doors, boot, wheels - does anyone know how to do this- i'm assuming a conventional courier is going to be problematic?

TIA
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
Hiring a van is probably going to be the cheapest.

How far is the distance?
#2
Hi, Hubby owns a van and has delivered similar items. Try your local paper for a 'man and van'. Not a lot of work about this time of year so will probably do a good deal.
Is it going local?
#3
processed a bonnet today and other parts often come through might be pricey but try us (royal mail)
#4
agreed man and van will do it or contact your local removals companies for quotes

they dont just do house removals
#5
Thanks for the suggestions - it's longish distance Midlands to London- and I can't afford the time to do it myself at the moment.

Didn't think of the removals firm option, will give that a go and see what the quotes are like.

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