Vermont is a U.S. state located in the New England region of the country. It is home to just 626,000 residents, good for second-fewest among the 50 states, and also ranks 45th out of the 50 states in terms of total area. Contrary to popular belief, Vermont was not one of the original Thirteen Colonies to declare independence from Great Britain; it was created as an independent, sovereign state that was added as the 14th U.S. state in 1791, and Vermont was (and still is) considered to be one of the most progressive states in the Union – it was the first to abolish slavery outright, doing so before even joining the United States. You can learn more about the state of Vermont via its helpful website too.
Vermont is incredibly isolated, and is only serviced by two minor interstate highways. It’s not surprising; with such a low population county historically, and with many mountainous and uninhabited/sparsely inhabited areas, interstate highways really aren’t that big a deal in the state – though they help when it comes to auto transportation services. Car shipping to or from Vermont is typically more expensive than other states on a per-mile basis due to its geographic isolation and low population count, even to the state’s largest cities. Burlington, it’s largest, is home to just 42,000 residents, and is serviced by just one interstate – not only that but it’s located in the far northwest reaches of the state, which make it difficult for auto shippers to run routes to or from the area and still make a profit.
Is it impossible to ship to or from Vermont? No. It just costs a bit more, on average, than most other areas in the U.S. for the reasons we’ve already mentioned. We can get you free auto transport quotes to ship your vehicle from anywhere, to anywhere in the United States, including any city in Vermont. All you need to do is fill out our free online quote request form and you’ll get up to ten free quotes from reputable and reliable vehicle shipping companies within about an hour. If you include a telephone number, you’ll get some phone calls and be able to talk to those shipping companies, and you can also call us toll-free to speak to one of our live agents if you have questions of your own. As always, you can visit our helpful auto transport to and from Vermont page to read more about the state.