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No Insurance - No Authority to Transport - Does Not Stop At Weigh Stations

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Originally Posted by gz View Post
Who ever you use, make sure to see proof of insurance. Passport Transport and Intercity Lines provide great service.
No Offence Sir, but if you care about your vehicle you never want to rely on some carriers "cargo insurance".

I advise all my customers that ask to start their collector car insurance (Haggerty, Grundy, Etc) immediately after the purchase. Once you pay, the seller is under no obligation to insure the vehicle. Also God forbid something happens, you will never get what you deserve from a cargo insurance company & many times you will end up getting NOTHING. They will fight you to the point you will have to get a lawyer & end up spending more than it is worth & will give up. This is what they count on. 

This is also why your choice in transporters is very important...You don't want "some guy with a truck & trailer". Do a Google search of them & look at their trucks & trailers. Nothing is more telling than something that looks like a "garbage skow" coming into your neighborhood!

God Bless
Bill Squires(owner)
Bill's Auto Works
Your QUALITY Ford Barn Transporter- Open or Enclosed. Est. 1983

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My name is Lindy Turner and I live in Spokane, WA

I saved up and found the car of my dreams in Texas in 2010

I hired Bill Squires & he destroyed my car - promised to pay & then ran away

I found him on

He has since been banned from that website

This is my true story about Bill Squires ....

He drives more miles than DOT allows in a day

He does not carry insurance 

He does not stop at weigh or inspection stations


For many years Bill Squires denied ever hauling my car  

Here is what Bill Squires said publicly recently (5) years after hauling my car :

Old 11-19-2015, 12:23 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by barnfind View Post
I recommend doing a Google - seems someone in Spokane WA had a very negative experience due to hail damage and lack of insurance. At least some food for thought with whoever you deal with.
Yes Sir that is out there on the internet, but you should look at whos' site it is on. It is on a site of a transporter who is very jealous of my equipment, business success & relationships with my customers & he is the only one that can post on that site, so you can imagine the validity of it. Only about 50% of that post is factual, the rest is half truths, misquotes & outright lies.
This "Act of God" hailstorm is the only time in 32 years & almost 3 million transport miles that ANYONE has had to file an insurance claim!
Anyone that would like the true story about that terrible day is welcome to P.M. me & I will give them the actual truth. I have no reason to lie about it as my business is well regarded all over the world.

Bill Squires(owner)
Bill's Auto Works
Your QUALITY Ford Barn Transporter- Open or Enclosed. Est. 1983

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Bill Squires DBA Bills' Auto Works says this about someone else who damages cars


He posted this on February 19th, 2016



That is enough to make a man sick!. So much sweat & blood goes into our vehicles, none of which can be measured in monetary value!
MY True Story About Bill Squires


Here is a picture of my car - freshly painted - before Bill loaded it on his trailer ....



I found Bill Squires on a car forum and hired him to transport my freshly painted Superbee

from Blanco, TX to Spokane, WA in June of 2010 in part because he advertised

" Over 2 million accident free miles " ...

That decision cost me over $12,000 in repairs and the loss of my dream car for nearly (2) years .... 

He is no longer on that car forum -- he has been banned from posting - he moved on to greener pastures


Here is Bill when he arrived with my car on his trailer ....





Bill willingly drove his rig through the Denver, CO area during a storm that he could have avoided

with proper attention to the weather service, radio and handheld weather programs.

He willfully drove into a storm.

Before he could do anything about it, he found himself on a desolate stretch of highway in a hailstorm

with hail the size of baseballs.

Nowhere to run.


Here are close up images of the hail damage ....





My car was dimpled with baseball sized dents from front to back.

The rear spoiler was split, one scoop was cracked, every panel had dents.

The new windshield was destroyed.

The brand new vinyl roof  needed to be removed for the repair.

When BIll arrived with the car I asked him if he had insurance.

He told me that if he filed a claim it would be devastating to his business and shut him down.

He told me that he would pay for the entire repair and accepted responsibility.

That's right.

He assumed fault.




After he went home however, his story changed and he told me that he wouldn't be paying to have the car repaired.

He said it was an "Act of God" that couldn't be helped.

He said my car was not damaged by his actions while in his care ....

Care... That's a real subjective word...

While "Acts of God" can't always be predicted, I believe that this could have easily been avoided if Bill hadn't been in such a hurry.

Without ever travelling the highway before, he chose his route through Colorado hail country during hail season and was in too much of a hurry to stop when a storm was coming through.

Instead of checking with the weather service, he drove INTO A STORM with blatent disregard for the safety of my automobile and found himself in a very foolish position.

These decisions were all very much acts of BILL not acts of God.




When a person runs an open transport, he doesn't take risks.

If the weather is bad in an area known for killer hail, YOU STOP NEAR SHELTER and you wait it out.

This has been confirmed to me by more than one other transport company who has heard my story.

After all, who in their right mind would hire a transport that advertised, "Your car will be on an open transport. You'd better have insurance and be prepared to roll the dice because I drive whatever route I want through whatever weather and if your car doesn't come out okay, you get what you get."

That would be nuts, but in effect, this is what Bill did.

He even advertised that he was insured.

Then he told me after he decided not to be responsible that he only had liablility coverage for situations where a car he was hauling caused someone else bodily harm of physical damage.


Why advertise the obvious like it's something added or special?

It's bogus advertising to get you to THINK you are covered.

Here's the point.

Bill Squires misrepresented himself in his ad regarding his insurance.

He disregarded the safety of my vehicle when he chose his route and pushed through bad weather in an area known for devastating hail.

He lied to me about fixing the damage done to my car while in his care and control.

I want to encourage you to ask yourself if you think Bill's Auto Works was negligent.

Knowing now how he treated my dream car, ask yourself if you would trust him with yours.

I wouldn't.


Lindy Turner

Spokane, WA



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