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Welcome to the #1 resource for U.S. Service Members moving or storing their personally owned vehicles for a permanent change of station.

SHIPPERS: Ensure the vehicle does not have an unresolved "Recall Notice" for safety/fire issues. All recalls may be found by VIN here. If there is a safety/fire issue, the POV cannot be accepted for shipment.

ITV Lookup

In-Transit Visibility lets you check your POV shipping status, storage history, or Edit/Cancel your VPC appointment.

Enter your transportation Confirmation Number or your Shipping Instruction Number, then click Lookup.

Turning In

The first step in processing your vehicle for your permanent change of station is turning it in at your nearest Vehicle Processing Center (VPC). Click on this section to learn more about what you need to do before turning in your vehicle and what you need to bring with you when you do.

Click here to book an appointment!

Picking Up

We strive to make picking up your vehicle every bit as stress free and efficient as turning it in. Click here to learn about the things you need to do and to bring with you when it's time to pickup your vehicle from the Vehicle Processing Center.

Click here to book an appointment!

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News & Advisories

Possible closures of Seattle VPC due to Severe weather Thursday afternoon Oct. 13, 2016
12 October 2016

The Latest weather report in the Pacific North West is forecasting severe weather with high winds reaching 50-60 miles per hour Thursday afternoon October 13, 2106. The potential event can create safety risks for customers, VPC staff and transporters. There is a possibility that the SEA VPC will c… Read More

Charelston VPC open on Tuesday, October 11
10 October 2016

Charleston VPC will be open for normal business on Tuesday, 11 October. However, many roads are closed in the local area and parts of I95 remain closed due to Hurricane Matthew. Please factor this into your travel plans.

Charleston VPC closing 1200 today OCT 5, 2016
05 October 2016

The Charleston VPC will close at 1200 hrs today October 5, 2016. The evacuation of Charleston, South Carolina and coastal areas is still in effect starting at 1500 hrs today. All major roads will become one way traffic heading away from the coast at that time. At this time it is planned that … Read More