Car Hauling Dispatch Training | How To Be An Auto Transport Dispatcher

“How can I get into dispatching cars?” That’s a question I get asked at least once a week. Or, “How can I start booking cars for vehicle transporters?” It’s also part of the reason I created Auto Transport Intel less than a year ago – because I spend a lot of time booking cars for transport.

My name is Jay and I refer to myself as the Car Hauling Dispatcher. I have worked in Auto Transport as a dispatcher for many years and I have trained my car hauling dispatchers from scratch. While I think most of those folks have moved on to other jobs, I’m hoping no one can say I didn’t try to train them well. And I truly believe it’s because booking cars is not for everybody. Car hauling dispatch is hard. For the amount of stress involved in dispatching, it can feel very unrewarding. However, when I am training a new car hauler dispatcher, I work very hard to answer every question and cover as much information as I can. That’s why this Car Hauling Dispatch Training session – PART ONE – lasted two hours. And I hope you join me for PART TWO – coming in 2 weeks.

Tonight, Mike was my over the phone trainee (watching online with a 7-second delay). The Car Hauling Dispatch Training course material I used was created by me and was presented on a Google spreadsheet. It is not proprietary information and I am sharing it with you freely. I hope it helps you either become a better dispatcher or at least appreciate how difficult it is to train an auto transport dispatcher from scratch. In addition to my oultine, here are some helpful links to loadboards and information I mentioned:

Central Dispatch load board:
Ready Logistics 1Dispatch load board:
CarsArrive Network load board:
MetroGistics load board:
United Road load board:
Reindeer Auto Relocation load board:

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Thank you HotShot Dave for offering to help the dispatcher the ability to try booking loads during training and find a way to use Central Dispatch without having a driver account. Obviously, they can’t afford such a financial burden… Back haul button for $100/month !?

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Let’s face it. Lately, it’s been freaking cold outside. And that means equipment breaks down and bodies get tired faster. And dedicated Car Haulers keep the rubber side down and keep delivering all of our cars. So this show is to recognize them and the hard work they do. And hopefully the next time you ship a car you understand what you’re paying for and why. This is not pizza delivery. #ThisIsCarHauling

Dave has a lot of great videos on his site about what it takes to be a car hauler and many of the sacrifices you’ll need to make to succeed. I highly recommend that you visit Hotshot Dave on YouTube at He’s a hard worker and a smart business man. Like his videos and subscribe to his channel.

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Thank you Serge The Car Hauler and Hotshot Dave and CHYKKO D’Transporter for allowing me to use parts of your video in my intro.

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– Jay, The Car Hauling Dispatcher