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I plan on taking my car hauler east to the St. Louis area to pick up a car there and a hood in Amarillo on the way home. I'd like to haul a car or large parts for someone to help defray costs, but what would I be letting myself in for? What rights and responsibilities would I have if I did something like this for gas money?

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Man, I wish you had posted this last week. I just contracted a company to bring mine out from Indianapolis to San Diego.
Just make sure you have insurance to cover damage or theft from your hauler.
I would have GLADLY paid you $500 to do it, and would have come to you to pick it up.



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Jim- You might want to get the owner of the car to sign some kind of release holding you harmless in the event of an accident that damages their car. Also, If cash changes hands, you become a commercial hauler, which would probably drive your insurance rates thru the ceiling.

Glenn Morgan: 66 GT V-Burgundy Fastback 351w+toploader+9 in. TracLoc. Started out as a rusted-out Chicago-area crusher. After sacrificing a solid 66 coupe for its sheetmetal sub-assemblies, I have one solid (and expensive) work in progress!
 
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