TRANSPORTING YOUR MOTORCYCLE
There are several options when it comes to transporting your motorcycle. But you need to make the right decision for you. Here's a few examples:
Hiring A Van
Are you considering hiring a van to transport your motorbike? Before you take the plunge and pay that big deposit, have you considered the cost implications? The time it will take to find a suitable van? The effort of loading and ensuring its safe and secure before driving the miles. Not to mention not having the essential equipment to ensure that your pride and joy is well looked after.
Also known as a 'general courier' which could consist of mixed loads in the van, insurance policies that may not cover the transportation of motorcycles or incorrect equipment to secure during the journey. Do you really want to use someone with no experience in transporting motorcycles for the sake of a cheap quote? And in reality you may not receive your motorbike for a couple of weeks, as their not scheduled to be in the area. To then find out upon delivery that your pride and joy had been damaged because it has been wedged between a fridge and a sofa.
Or you could choose to transport your motorcycle with professionals like ourselves, Full Throttle Transport. We strive to provide the ultimate service for our fellow bikers. We have all the latest essential transport equipment and the necessary insurance policies to put your mind at ease and know that your motorbike is safe and secured in all ways possible.
The equipment we use are as follows:
Wheel chocks, fitted ramp, non-slip flooring, handle-bar tie downs, rear wheel restraints.
Prior to transporting any vehicle, we complete an inspection/condition report and will endeavour to keep you updated via email or text. As an experienced biker, we're even happy to highlight any issues with the motorcycle that you may not have been aware of prior to transportation.
At the end of the day, the decision is yours. But personally, we know which one we would choose.
Should you make the right decision... Get a quote now!