Auto Transport to & From Arkansas (AR)
If you’re looking for auto transport to Arkansas, whether you’re moving there or just visiting relatives for a couple of months, there are plenty of neat things to know about before you head down there.
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The Mississippi River makes up most of the eastern boarder, except where the St. Francis River makes up the rest. To the south is Louisiana, and to the north is Missouri, while Tennessee and Mississippi are bumping elbows on the east side and Texas and Oklahoma are fighting for land on the west side (not really fighting, but rather just sharing borders).
Arkansas is a land chock full of mountains and valleys, thick forests and golden, flowing plains. Northwest Arkansas is part of the Ozark Plateau, which include the Boston Mountains. To the south are the Ouachita Mountains, and those regions are divided further by the Arkansas River; both the eastern and southern parts of Arkansas are called the Lowlands.
The Arkansas Lowlands are more well-known as the Delta and the Grand Prairie. The land along the Mississippi River is referred to as the “Delta,” and it gets this name from the formation of the soil formed from the flooding of the Mississippi River. The Grand Prairie is somewhat away from the Mississippi River, calling the southeast part of the state home, and it has more of an undulating landscape. However, both are fertile agricultural areas and home to much of the crop agriculture in the state.
An interesting part of the Delta is the Crowley Ridge, which pretty much cuts the Delta in half. It rises at its highest point to about 500 ft.
Arkansas for the most part has a subtropical climate, which is almost humid continental in some of Arkansas’ highland areas. While not bordering the Gulf of Mexico, Arkansas is still close enough for it to be the main weather influence in the state. For the most part, Arkansas has hot summers and mild drier winters.
But despite its subtropical climate, Arkansas is known for extreme weather strikes–on occassion, don’t worry. Since Arkansas is between both the Gulf States and the Great Plains, it recieve about 60 days of thunderstorms. These thunderstorms are rarely dangerous, so don’t let that spoil your plans for auto transport! Also, since Arkansas is a part of Tornado Alley, tornadoes are not uncommon; in fact, a few of the most destructive tornadoes in U.S. history have struck the state.
Since Little Rock is the largest city in the state, auto transport to Arkansas is a breeze. Just call800-930-7417 or go online and fill out our online form and you’ll recieve 10 quotes from companies who would love to help you transport your car to Arkansas.