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Alaska Auto Transport
If you are moving to Alaska, Autolog's Alaska auto transport service is your best choice for reliable, safe shipping. We have convenient terminals in Anchorage and Fairbanks.
Call 1-800-526-6078 or get an instant quote and schedule your shipping online.
Autolog Auto Transport ships your car by auto carrier to our terminal in Seattle, Washington. When it reaches Seattle it is placed on a ship to Alaska where our company-owned (not brokered) vehicle transport trucks pick it up for delivery to your destination or terminal. At present time we only ship into Alaska.
General Auto Transport Info
- Please go here for commercial inquiries.
- The cost of auto shipping is primarily based on your origin and destination -- not on vehicle weight or size.
- You can pick your specific pick up and delivery dates.
- You may put non-valuable and light personal property in your car's trunk for shipment. Absolutely no personal items may be shipped in the cab of your vehicle. Autolog is not responsible for personal property inside your vehicle.
- Your vehicle will be inspected before acceptance and again before loading.
- Your car must be in good running condition for shipment.
- You may find out where your car is during shipment by calling 1-800-526-6078.
- Shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, or other locations outside the "Continental 48" may have additional requirements which you should discuss with your Autolog customer service representative.
- You can get a car shipping quote instantly right here.
- We accept payment by credit card, check, or cash.
Interesting facts about the state of Alaska:
- The name 'Alaska' is derived from the Aleut language word 'alasxaq', which means the mainland. Alaska was purchased by the United States of America from Russia under the command of the Secretary of State William Seward.
- Alaska is the only state whose capital, Juneau, is not accessible by land, it is accessible only by air or ship.
- During the Klondike gold rush in 1897, potatoes were so highly valued for their vitamin C content, that miners traded gold for them.
- Alaska's coastline, 6,640 miles, is longer than all the other states' coastlines combined. It is the United States' largest state, measuring 1,400 miles long and 2,700 miles wide; Rhode Island could fit into Alaska 425 times.
- There are more than 100,000 glaciers in Alaska and about 75% of all the fresh water in the state is stored as glacial ice.
- Alaska has the 16 highest peaks in the United States. Mount McKinley is the highest mountain peak in all of North America.
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