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Non running or forklift units cannot be delivered to the port without prior authorization from Green Light Auto Transport. NOT ALL TERMINALS ACCEPT NON-RUNNER AND FORKLIFT UNITS. ALWAYS EMAIL US TO MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE MOST UP TO DATE INFORMATION.

None of the shipping lines accept non-running high and heavy cargo.

Any vehicle with evidence of being in a flood or having a flooded title must be booked as a forklift and fees will apply. Please note that not all terminals will accept flooded cargo, even with forklift booking.

  • Vehicles must start and have a functional ignition key to unlock the steering and turn the car on.
  • Vehicles must have a functional driver’s door and driver’s seat. Door must open and close.
  • The car must be clean on the inside, free of mold.
  • All four tires must be intact and not flat.
  • Car must have functioning brakes.
  • Must be free of leaks or any mechanical issues.
  • Airbags cannot be exposed or deployed. Deployed airbags must be fully cut away and their compartment must be taped over.
  • Glass should be intact and not cracked or broken. All broken glass must be removed prior to delivery.
  • Vehicles cannot be loaded with any additional cargo
  • Must meet all the conditions listed in “1. Running Vehicles” with the exception that the vehicle will not start at all, or the vehicle will start but will not drive or move at all.
  • The car must also have a working transmission which can be set to neutral to be towed into the vessel.
  • Any vehicle with evidence of being in a flood or having a flooded title must be booked as a forklift unit.
  • All forklift cargo must have the batteries removed and their terminals disconnected and capped.
  • If the car has a broken or cracked windshield, it is automatically a forklift unit.
  • Car cannot have broken axles or rods, as all tires should be able to roll.
  • No key.
  • Driver side door does not open and close
  • Hood of car will not close all the way and impairs driver’s view while driving the vehicle.
  • Major body damage which could present the risk of shorted wires or compromised fuel systems, presenting a fire hazard.
  • Bio-Hazardous/Unsanitary conditions (examples: blood, mold, bodily fluids, etc.)