Hello ReloFans! Welcome to another addition of the ReloGeek Insider. Today I want to talk to you guys about something I’ve heard not once, not twice, not even three times, but 16 times and counting. Over the past 9.5 months, I’ve had clients who were trying to ship a car say to me,

“Well Ashley, I can just book both of you and see which one of you AUTO TRANSPORT COMPANIES gets my car picked up faster.”

Are you reading this nodding your head in agreement? In your mind, you’re probably thinking-

“If I book with Ashley and I book with Company X,Y,Z, then I can be sure that my car gets picked up when I need it to. Since neither one of you auto transport companies collects money upfront, It’s impossible for me to lose out, not to mention, I will cover my ass.”

Sounds like you right? Well STOP now! Although it may seem logical to double book auto transport companies when trying to ship a car, I have to advise against it.


I know you are reading this wondering if I know what the heck I’m talking about and you’re probably convinced I’m losing my mind at this point, but stick with me. I promise I have a logical explanation.

Please don’t get me wrong, I totally understand why you feel the way you do. If I were on the outside looking in and I didn’t have the experience or knowledge I have now, then I would be on your side of the fence. Fortunately for you, I am going to help you climb over to my side of the fence and help you think just like the auto transport companies who you pay to ship a car on your behalf. Are you in? Are you anxious to learn

Why You Won’t Double Book So Quickly When You Ship A Car

{and why it does you more harm than good}?

 Great! I am so excited to get started. Without further ado, let’s talk-

After watching that, do you still think I’m losing my mind? I would love to hear what you think. If you’ve successfully double booked auto transport companies, share your story below. Again thanks for watching the ReloGeek Insider, I’ll see you next week.

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