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Ok, I admit i'm a freakin moron, so now that we have that out of the way....here goes.

I moved from Nashville to West Palm Beach Fl and I'm flying home to drive down in my blazer. I have to pull my jetski down, but I'd LOVE to be able to figure out a way to get my bike down as well. The weather here is great year round for riding!!! Is there some way I could lay my bike in the back on it's side and drive it down without harming it???? I know is sounds crazy, but I'm desperate. I don't want to have to make another round trip just to pull it down.

Apart from that, anybody have any clues on shipping it???? Don't know much about shipping companies. Is citizenshipper good for transporting bike ?.
Motorcycle Shipping | Get ‘em on the road | CitizenShipper
I heard about them from my friend jack that they have large network of runner inside US and they are pretty safe.
I want to know your opinion on shipping companies.

How much my average cost will come out to be.

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My suggestion would be to rent a medium or large sized box truck with an electric rear lift, at u-haul or similar company. You could load the jet ske and it's trailer. Then your motorcycle into the truck. Rent a car hauler attachment and tow the blazer behind the box truck.

When you get to west palm, I'm sure there will be a dealer there to return the rented truck & car hauler.
 

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My suggestion would be to rent a medium or large sized box truck with an electric rear lift, at u-haul or similar company. You could load the jet ske and it's trailer. Then your motorcycle into the truck. Rent a car hauler attachment and tow the blazer behind the box truck.

When you get to west palm, I'm sure there will be a dealer there to return the rented truck & car hauler.
Thanks for your suggestions buddy
 
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