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The cars in good condition and is an automatic, it's that I just hate to put the extra 2800 mile (or whatever it is) on the car.
What about renting a Van or something from Enterprise and towing my car behind it, can it be done (without telling Enterprise)?


Now if you had a Jeep, for example, maybe trailering or towing it might make some sense, they generally don't drive well on the Interstate. But for a garden-variety car, just driving it is going to be your cheapest and most practical option. You could consider getting it mechanically checked out or check it yourself, pay attention to the cooling system, if your radiator hoses are more than about 4 years old you might want to change them before the trip - likewise if your tires are getting near end of life you might want to replace them before you go, since well-worn tires are easier for debris to puncture - but again your best and most practical option is to drive. The rental company will want to know that you are towing and likely have a statement on the contract regarding such. All you need to compare is the difference between depreciation on your car, to the cost of extra fuel, rental vehicle, tow dolly rental, and extra time needed for towing (possibly an extra night on the road). There is minimal wear and tear for a 2800 mile highway trip, especially compared to 2800 miles of city driving. Great advice M3 Mitch on double checking hoses, tires, and cooling system before I leave!!!
Drover, I called Enterprise rental and they'll rent me a car for 4 days across country for about $100 total!!!! Er I don't know where your getting your information from, but a quick check on the site I come up with $79 a day, total cost $296.67 for an economy car rented from Tampa and returned to LAX. You going to need at least a standard 6 cylinder SUV to do any towing and that rental is going to cost you $650 just for the rental.
Well of course not, he wants to rent the car, drive it over to his house, attach a tow hitch to it, drive it across the country, remove the hitch and return it to the car rental company. This was estimate cost to drive the car, but when towing something heavy like a boat or car, you mpg really suffers. I'm looking to move from Florida to California and want to have my car towed out to Los Angeles. I've thought about calling Enterprise and renting a car to drive out to Los Angeles and attaching a hitch without telling them and towing my car that way. Bit confused as to why you would rent a car and attach your own car to it when you can just drive it. I thought about buying a used two wheel tow dolly and possibly saving myself a few hundred dollars and renting a smaller UHaul truck and just NOT telling UHaul about it. Ask yourself , and be honest with your answer, is this car worth moving from one state to another?
OK, so the only reason why someone should tow their car cross country is if it's gold plated. I don't reccomend towing without the company's consent because if something happens, accident or breakdown and they blame your towing you could be in for a headache.


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While new drivers who have just passed their tests may have big ideas about their first car, many of the more desirable rides will be priced out of their budgets. Just did a search and I couldn't find a train service that will transport your vehicle where you need to go. Unlikely the 2800 miles you put on the odometer will make any difference when you sell or trade the car.
The hassle and work into trying to figure out a cheaper way of towing my car to California doesn't seem to be worth it. I would guess you be lucky to get half this mileage, when towing something heavy like a 2000 pound car. I've gotten quotes from moving companies and have called UHAUL but it's rather expensive ($1100-1500).
So, to answer your question and the question of some of the others - NO, I'm keeping the car - it's not an option. Only car transport by train I found was from DC to Florida and you have to ride the train with the car. I was trying to figure out a solution to saving my car the extra 2800 miles but in the long run I'm sure it will be fine. They do make kits you can attach an after market hitch the underside of a car, but these are meant for small trailers, not towing cars. Cars in lower insurance groups will, everything else being equal, tend to cost less to insure. If you do what will probably end up happening is the car will break free while towing it and it will smash into something. I've looked on UHaul's website and they want to charge me something like $1600 to rent a 16' Truck and a two wheel tow dolly.
Being a driver of a fast, powerful car, or a car with a high repair cost, makes you more likely to cause an expensive collision. Some places have no cell phone signal but you could pick up a trucker or cop in an emergency with a CB.



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