Re: Shipping vehicles
I've used DAS a couple of times and been pleased, and also used Fedex Custom Critical and very pleased.
Your big choice is enclosed or open. Big price difference. I've shipped both ways. If possible, try to "top load" meaning it's on the top rack. Less chance from something to drip or fall on it.
You can also find some small carriers with two or three car transporters.
Pick up a Hemmings Motor news or Google auto shipping or auto transporters and you'll find a lot of choices.
Last thing, asked questions about "door to door" shipping. You might find a carrier that will take the car half way, unload in a transfer yard, then another carrier will take it on from there. The more times are are loaded and unloaded, the greater chance for something bad to happen. When I've shipped open, I've always requested top/front load, meaning it gets loaded first on top and stays there until it arrives at your house.
2011 Grand Cherokee Overland 4x4
-New Saddle/Black interior
-730N RHR radio