What does the abbreviation RORO mean?
Roll On/Roll Off. Wheeled cargo such as automobiles, trucks, semi-trailer trucks, trailers or railroad cars, loaded onto vessel by driving/rolling then secured. Once the vessel reaches destination port and is cleared. The wheeled cargo is driven / rolled off.
What is allowed to be inside a vehicle when shipping it RORO?
Nothing with exception of factory supplied items such as the vehicle spare, jack, etc…. Any accessories will be removed!
What is allowed to be inside a vehicle when shipping it inside a container?
Almost anything is allowed, accompanied by a packing list, when shipping cargo inside a container. Note that FOOD is NOT ALLOWED in this manner.
Before shipping, should I remove my license plates?
It is recommended that you remove any license plates upon arrival to the port for drop off and take them with you to the destination.
Should I have a full tank of gas when I deliver to the port?
Due to U.S. Coast Guard Safety Regulations the gas tank should be at a ¼ tank or less.