Minivans are pretty unique vehicles. Designed to haul a lot of people at once while at the same time offering room for storage and hauling capabilities should you not need all the seats, the minivan’s design is much different than any type of car, truck or SUV. When it comes to transporting a minivan you have to realize that you’re going to be looking at a more expensive experience, most likely, because of the fact that they’re built so differently. Minivans are inherently longer and usually a bit wider than a standard car, and of course they’re taller to accommodate everyone comfortably. Their longer wheelbase makes for a pretty tight fit on an auto transport truck, which can cause difficulties in loading and unloading as well.
When shipping a minivan you have to make sure that the interior of the vehicle is clean when it’s shipped. It doesn’t have to be dealership spotless or anything, but an effort should be made to remove any garbage that may have accumulated, as well as clearing out any cup holders and the like of spare change. This won’t affect your price any but it does make the vehicle look more presentable and also will be a bit more comfortable for the driver, who has to drive your minivan onto and off the truck when loading and unloading it.