Yes, it is often cheaper to move a car by train. The rates will vary depending on the type of vehicle you are shipping, but in general, shipping by train tends to be a bit cheaper. There are two options when shipping by train. An open car is a rail car that is not enclosed. This is the cheapest option but does expose your vehicle not only to the elements but any debris that falls or is kicked up by the train. The more expensive option is an enclosed car that keeps your vehicle safe from the weather as well as debris. One disadvantage of rail shipping is that the car will have to be driven to and picked up from the closest train depot.
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