We did try uShip and no one wanted it, we ended up going another route, it had to be loaded onto a tilt ramp tow truck, then transferred to the hauler, and unloaded with another tow truck. She arrived safely, though, and in even better shape than we had hoped.
If you don't mind a few questions.. How big is the trailer? Did anyone contact you at all with any reasons they didn't want to take the shipment? How far was it going and in was it winter or summer? Where was the starting and ending points? Just curious as to why no one wanted it.
God grant me the strength to restore the trailers I can, The courage to strip the parts off the ones I can't, And the wisdom to know the difference...
Sorry, just saw this. It was just a few months ago and no one wanted it because of the size. She's about 8 feet wide and many of those who were interested said she would fit on their trailer but with so little on each side that they were not comfortable. We had several offers to tow her home for us, but I wasn't comfortable with that. Finally we found someone who was a shipping broker I guess, who found someone with an extra wide flatbed trailer. That thing was huge! It had our trailer, some sort of industrial generator and something else on it when it arrived. We had to pay a tilt bed tow truck to load her and unload her on the trailer. The other items were loaded by forklift or crane. It was 1000+ miles I think, from NC to KS. I was a wreck thinking she would never arrive safely, but she was just fine.