Are you new to the auto transport industry, and curious on how to accurately quote your auto transport leads? Well then look no further, iMover Leads has all the information and tips you need to help you successfully quote your auto transport leads.
Now that you have purchased an auto transport leads package from iMover Leads, and you are receiving auto transport leads, the next step now is to quote these car shipping leads, and then email and call your customer with their car transport quote. There are several methods auto transport brokers use to accurately quote their auto transport leads. We will explain the most popular quoting techniques that are commonly used today. In no particular order they are, Central Dispatch Comparables, Jtracker Price Suggestion Feature, Mileage Based Pricing. These are all popular pricing methods used today by majority of auto transporters.
Central Dispatch is the load board that they majority of carriers and brokers use to dispatch vehicles for customers who want to ship their car.
Then once you have been in the industry for quite some time, and you have developed a network of reliable carriers to work with, you will be able to establish you’re own pricing based on the current market and you experience. For example, let’s say you use the same carrier again and again to ship a car from NJ to FL, because you use this carrier so frequently and ship multiple cars at a time with him, he may offer you a discounted price because you are a preferred broker of his now.
Over the past few months, the price of diesel fuel has been rising. The average price of diesel fuel is now $3.69 for the U.S. as a whole and close to $3.88 in some parts of the US. Details are available from the US Energy Information Administration.
To be sure you can get vehicles shipped, keep the rising price of fuel in mind when quoting prices to customers and pricing shipments. Fuel costs are a large portion of a carrier’s expense.