Shipping Wars: Highway to the Stranger Zone (Season 6, Episode 3) | Full Episode | A&E

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Things get spirited when Jenn realizes her load of antique dolls come with “passengers”, and newcomer Dusty Davie ends up in a dog fight in Season 6, Episode 3, “Highway to the Stranger Zone.” #ShippingWars
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With “Shipping Wars,” dive into the cutthroat world of heavy-duty movers as they battle for the chance to transport the unshippable—the items that traditional carriers won’t touch.

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47 thoughts on “Shipping Wars: Highway to the Stranger Zone (Season 6, Episode 3) | Full Episode | A&E

  1. To many lowball bids, seems some of these shippers only consider the drive in the bid but always seem to show up and pick up loads not ready to go and expected to pack up or crate the items that it seems should already be packaged or crated, then threatened to dock pay for being late or some kind of damage. More time packing and loading, for free. Hard way to make profits if your time is important. All that time and work Dusty put in, $1671 for a seven day run is not so good. Where is the profit if you do all that labor for free? Why would the guy selling the Mig even assume any shipper would know how to disassemble it? He should have had it disassembled and ready to ship or pay extra for his labor.

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