Things To Watch For When Shipping A
Are you rocking a fancy lowrider that catches eyes and gets compliments whenever you’re cruising
around? Well, that’s awesome, but there’s a slight drawback with a low ground clearance vehicle –
they don’t go well with inclines.
That’s exactly why you need to be very careful when getting car transport for your lowrider; your
ride can get damaged while loading/unloading if you don’t do it the right way.
This guide will talk about why that is a problem, what’s required for a smooth experience and how
you can achieve it, so let’s roll:
The Problem in Loading Lowrider into a Standard Trailer:
There’s nothing wrong with your car; it’s just that having low ground clearance makes it vulnerable
to getting damaged when climbing up inclines.
With the car transport service, the process starts with your car being loaded onto the trailer that
carries it to the destination. In order to load it, typically, a ramp is used that the car climbs up and
goes onto its spot.
With lowrider vehicles, climbing up ramps can be a big problem. Depending on how high the body is,
its bumper and even front grille can smash right into the ramp and rip into pieces immediately.
The Requirements for Loading Lowrider:
You may have never imagined worrying about the low ground clearance of your car when shipping it
– but that’s a genuine problem. You need to measure its ground clearance to assess if it's okay for it
to go via ramp or something else needs to be done. But how do to measure it? Well, it’s pretty
Just take a measuring tape, find your car’s lowest point, which can be the front bumper, side skirts,
or exhaust, and measure its distance from the ground. Now you may ask, what does it have to do
with car shipping? Well, that’s because knowing the ground clearance helps you find out how high
your car needs to be to load onto a truck.
Most of the car transport trucks require the vehicle to have 15cm of ground clearance for smooth
loading. Something way