There are many areas to find transporters. We recommend a few, mainly because they worked wonders for us we know there are good companies doing business in these markets.
Uship.com is a good place to find transporters and let them bid on your shipment, however you must ensure that the people bidding are legitimate transporters who are legal to perform the services you request. If you ask them for there verification of insurance and check them out on Safer System, all you need to do that is their DOT number. If they provide that and it matches up with what Safer System says then you have done your research and know they are legitimate.
We used to advertise our services on eBay and had huge success with using them as marketing vehicle. Many people who are buying cars and other large items on eBay look within eBay to find someone to move their item back for them. The same rules apply to eBay as they do with U-Ship, make sure you are using someone legitimate.
Basic Google searching will bring up many transport options. All the national carriers will come up in the first couple of pages, all are good and can move your vehicle legitimately, but most are slower and will not deliver to your door.
Also, when moving large vehicles it is important to remember the national carriers with mutli vehicle transport trailers may not be able to load your vehicle. So if your vehicle is oversize, you may need to find someone who has a flat bed or single vehicle trailer to move it. This will cost you extra, but it may be the only way to get your vehicle home.