Texas to South Carolina Auto Transport

Texas to South Carolina Auto Transport

The easiest way to transport a car from Texas to South Carolina

Texas to South Carolina Auto Transport Experts

When you need to transport a car from Texas to South Carolina, you need auto transport experts you can rely on. Through our advanced network of over 14,000 open and enclosed auto transporters nationwide, we can provide you with a safe and reliable way to transport a car from Texas to South Carolina.

Pickup Anywhere in Texas Delivery Anywhere in South Carolina

We provide direct door-to-door auto transport service from any residential or business location in Texas to any location in South Carolina.

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Route Availability

9 / 10

Based on recent dispatch reports, the carrier availability rating from Texas to South Carolina is 9/10.

Approximate Distance

1,200 miles

When determining approximate distance, the center point for each state is used to get an estimated mileage between locations.

Estimated Transit Time

2 - 4 days

Standard carriers typically travel around 500 miles per day - expedited services may be available to reduce transit time.

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Shipping from the State Of Texas

Texas is the second most populated state in the US. It is also the second largest state in the U.S. It is situated in the South Central part of the United States. It shares a border with Mexico to the south and the US states of New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana. It's total area is 268,820 square miles (696,200 sq km). The state has 10 climatic regions, 14 different types of soil regions, and 11 distinct ecological regions. Its classification into different types of regions is thus tricky. One system of classification into the Gulf Coastal Plains, Interior Lowlands, Great Plains, and Basin and Range Province.

Texas to South Carolina Auto Transport
Auto Transport Texas to South Carolina

Shipping to the State Of South Carolina

South Carolina is easily accessible by good roadways and well laid railway tracks. The state and national highways connect the major cities of South Carolina. The Interstate 77, Interstate 95 and Interstate 85 connect the northern end of the state with the southern part of South Carolina.

The eastern and western parts of the state are connected by the Interstate 26 and Interstate 20. South Carolina primarily falls under the watershed area of the Atlantic Ocean. Black, Edisto, Savannah, Waccamaw, Santee and Salkahatchie are the major rivers of the State of South Carolina.

Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about the vehicle shipping process.


The cost of shipping a car from Texas to South Carolina depends on the type of vehicle you are shipping and the timeframe you intend to ship. Calculate your Texas to South Carolina auto transport quote instantly via our online quote calculator to get an accurate rate for your transport.


The estimated transit time from Texas to South Carolina is 2 - 4 days. The approximate distance for this route is around 1,200 miles. Standard carriers typically travel an average of 500 miles per day. Expedited service is also available for shipments that require quicker delivery.


Shipping a car from Texas to South Carolina with RoadRunner is as easy as 1-2-3. Step 1 - Calculate your instant auto transport quote and select a convenient time for pickup. Step 2 - Your vehicle is picked up from your sepcified location in Texas. Step 3 - Your vehicle is delivered to your specified location in South Carolina.


We accept all major credit cards, electronic transfer, postal money order, and bank/certified check for the deposit or full pre-payment of your shipment. If a balance is due upon delivery, it can be paid directly to the driver and can be paid in either cash, bank/certified check, or postal money order.


The further in advance you schedule your shipment, the more likely we will be able to meet the time requirements you desire. For best results, we suggest scheduling your transport at least 2 to 3 weeks in advance. Expedited shipping options are available in order to accomodate shipments that require . You can always give us a call and ask one of our car shipping experts what your options are in terms of the schedule for your car transport.


Yes, many of our business clients require service from salvage auctions and other types of auto auctions. Each auction will have different requirements to release a vehicle and we'll get all the necessary details from you at the time of booking. Please make sure the vehicle is fully paid and ready for release from the auction. Also be aware that if a vehicle is booked as operable but it turns out the vehicle is inoperable there will be additional cost and the original transporter may not be able to accommodate an inoperable vehicle.


Yes, however any vehicle with clearance lower than 4 inches will likely need to be shipped on an enclosed trailer with a lift gate. Low-clearance vehicles simply cannot be driven onto an open trailer because the car would risk bottoming out while being loaded onto the carrier.