Transporting a vehicle is anything but easy – it takes a lot of hard work and a lot of patience to move a vehicle from one state to another, not just on your part but on any shipping company as well. Overland transport takes time, and as there is no other way to ship a car from one state to another it can be frustrating for people that are in a rush, especially if they don’t understand exactly what is taking so long to get their vehicle picked up or shipped. This is why we’ve come up with a great way to break down all the different variables in the industry – as most of them are on a region-by-region basis, we’ve decided to compile helpful information on a per-state basis, in order to give you a better idea of what you will face come transport time from your state to the state you are shipping to.
There are a few different things we’ll focus on, the most important being the major cities in the state and the major interstates that run through them. Carriers typically run set routes along pre-determined roads through pre-determined cities, and don’t like deviating from their routes often. Some routes are more heavily traveled than others, and as most of these routes are primarily based on the Interstate Highway System in the U.S. most carriers don’t bother with U.S. routes or state routes unless they are paid more to travel them.
We recommend you read more about the state that you are shipping from and the one you are transporting to; that way, when you book your order and ship your vehicle you will have a better understanding of what your auto transport representative is looking in terms of challenges and carrier availability, and any delays will be better understood and will save you a lot of time and hassle in the long run.
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Regardless of where you are shipping your vehicle to or from, however, we here at Direct Express Auto Transport just want to help you get your vehicle moved quickly and affordably. If you’re interested in transporting your vehicle state to state, you can fill out our free online car shipping quote form and get an instant auto transport quote. You can book your auto transport order right there online or you can call our toll-free telephone number at 800-600-3750 to speak to one of our live auto shipping service representatives who can answer your questions and explain more about the auto transportation process.