The Amtrak Auto Train allows passengers to travel with their vehicles, which are loaded on special train cars. The overnight journey includes meals and the option to travel in coach or in a sleeper car. The train runs be... More »

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Find Amtrak Auto Train discounts by visiting the Amtrak website or Railserve.com periodically to check for special offers. Deals that are exclusively available on Amtrak.com typically must be booked at least two weeks in... More »

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The Auto Train is an Amtrak route that transports passengers and their vehicles, usually cars or motorcycles, from Washington, D.C. to Florida. The cost of a one-way ticket on the Auto Train can range from $300 to $800, ... More »

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The most notable feature of the Amtrak Auto Train is that it transports both passengers and their vehicles, including cars, vans, motorcycles and small boats. As of 2015, Auto Train tickets in all classes include meals t... More »

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Passengers can book the Auto Train by visiting a local Amtrak station, by purchasing a ticket on Amtrak.com or by calling the Amtrak reservation number. Passengers may also call the special Auto Train number, 877-SKIP-I-... More »

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The Auto Train is an Amtrak route that transports passengers and their vehicles, usually cars or motorcycles, from Washington, D.C. to Florida. The cost of a one-way ticket on the Auto Train can range from $300 to $800, ... More »

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There are 19 Amtrak Auto Train stops in Florida, including DeLand, Deerfield, Delray, Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood, as of July 2015. Other stops include Jacksonville, Kissimmee, Lakeland, Miami and Okeechobee. More »

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