What is the difference between open and enclosed transport?

The primary difference between open and enclosed transport is the level of protection provided. Open transport involves shipping your car on an open-air trailer, which is more cost-effective but exposes the vehicle to weather and road conditions. Enclosed transport, on the other hand, involves shipping your car in a covered trailer, offering maximum protection from the elements, road debris, and other potential hazards, making it ideal for luxury, classic, or high-value vehicles.