Secure or remove any loose parts or specialty items I, e., ground effects, spoilers fog lights wide mirrors and lower or remove the antenna if possible.
Repair or seal any tears or open seams on convertible tops to prevent fast moving air for causing future damage. Insure that radiator has adequate levels of fresh antifreeze.
The battery should be secure, have no leaks, and fluid levels should be low enough to accommodate expansion. Leave only about 1/4 thank of gas in the vehicle. Finally,
make sure that your vehicle is clean enough to ensure an accurate pick up inspection. Slightly open one window to relieve pressure due to temperature and elevation changes.
This will allow for your vehicle (s) to breathe and protect window (s) from blowing out because of the temperature and pressure changes during transport. All alarm or anti-theft
devices must be disarmed. Additionally, you must notify the carrier of any installed system and provide him/her with the keys or remote. In the event that the system malfunction
during transit, the transporter is authorized to use any means he/she deems necessary to silence the system.