1. Auto Transport Junction ("Agent") is licensed transportation broker that arranges for transport of the vehicle(s) for customers ("Shipper") by independently owned and operated motor carriers ("Carrier"). 2. Carrier should be fully licensed, bonded and insured interstate motor carriers meeting current state and interstate licensing requirements. Copies of the licensing, insurance certificates and bills of lading shall be on file at Agent's office. 3. The carrier and driver jointly and separately are authorized to operate and transport his/her or their motor vehicle between its pick up location and the destination set forth on this shipping order-bill of lading. 4. Shipper is responsible for preparing the vehicle for transport, including disarming any alarm systems (keys must also be provided to any alarm system), removing any loose parts, protruding accessories, low hanging spoilers, etc. Any part of the vehicle that falls off during transport is the customer's responsibility including damages caused to any and all other vehicles involved. Shipper shall remove all non-permanent outside mounted luggage and other racks prior to shipment. Vehicles must be tendered to carrier in good running condition (unless otherwise noted) with no more than a half tank of fuel (prefer 1/4 tank). 5. The carrier will not be responsible for any exhaust system, mufflers, or tail pipes, any mechanical function damage to include engine, transmission, rear end, motor mounts, drive trains, wiring systems, cooling systems, window motors, radios, stereo systems, power steering, air bag, brake systems, clutch cable or clutch, vehicle computerized components, or alarm systems (anything that is mechanical or electrical) except by fault of drivers negligence. 6. Carrier or its agents will not knowingly transport vehicles with personal or household items in the passenger or trunk compartment. Federal regulation prohibits from doing so. If such items are shipped unknown to an agent or carrier, such items become the sole responsibility of the shipper. Should damage occur or fines are levied, said fines or damage is shipper's responsibility. If you place personal items in your car, you will be subject to additional fees at the discretion of the transporting company. Carrier is niether liable for personal items left in vehicle, nor for damage caused to vehicle from excessive or improper loading of personal items.