Spring is here! If you are or have ever been in the military, then you know that PCS orders are about to go out by the thousands. Since we are entering into a new PCS season, we are undoubtedly going to be seeing an increase in postings on our site. Get ready because buying and selling a car is about to get even faster with MilitaryCarLot.com!
If you have never had to PCS, you will soon find out that the military will pay for one vehicle to be shipped (Meeting certain requirements). You are responsible for anything beyond that. Because PCS orders may often require a move overseas, it is especially important to be prepared for what you are going to do if you have more than one car. If you’re bound
for Hawaii, a rough estimate of what you can expect to pay for shipping a car is near $1,000 (Click here for more details). Because shipping vehicles overseas is so expensive, buying a car at your destination is often times a more practical solution. For this very reason, the military bases in Hawaii see the most action in terms of vehicle sales on our site. If you are unfamiliar with MilitaryCarLot.com, click here to start browsing the car selections in Hawaii.
While everyone is hustling to prepare to move, selling a car can be a real pain. To make things easier for you, I have laid out some quick tips to help you sell your car faster than Jessie James can draw a six shooter. When your car is ready to sell, make sure you create your free with us. If you’re ready to create your ad free of charge, click here. To achieve maximum results, here is how you can tailor your ad for success.
If you’re looking to buy an automobile, you can still consult the links that I have provided above to be aware of the things that you should be looking for. These resources will draw your attention to the things that you may have overlooked. Here at MilitaryCarLot.com, our primary goal is that both buyers and sellers alike will have the best experience possible. So whether you are buying or selling during this upcoming spring PCS season, be clear, communicative and respectful to your fellow servicemen and women. Best of luck with your buying and selling endeavors everyone!