Auto Shipping from Connecticut to Georgia
Auto shipping from Connecticut to Georgia is, on the whole, ease to find. Like shipping from New England to Florida, Connecticut to Georgia is a snowbird route. This means that demand on this route peaks during the late fall and into the winter shipping season. Come spring and summer, the opposite route gets popular (Georgia to Connecticut). We can always rely on snowbirds in the lean seasons!
But while the route is popular, there are still some things that you should be aware of and how they will impact your prices and services. So read on about auto shipping from Connecticut to Georgia, and let American Auto Shipping help you get it done.
About auto shipping from Connecticut to Georgia
Connecticut is a fairly small state, and Georgia doesn’t have many major cities. So routes between the two are usually from cities like Bridgeport, Hartford, and sometimes Stamford, to Atlanta. Sometimes we see shipments to Macon or Savannah, and of course there are always a few that are to and from small cities. But Bridgeport-Atlanta, Hartford-Atlanta, and Stamford-Atlanta are the most common.
These are the routes that are the most popular and, as a result, cost the least.
Note that routes are metro-based; this means that prices don’t normally change if you’re within 25-50 miles of a given city. So if you’re not in Bridgeport, but close to it, you shouldn’t see any major price hikes.
Connecticut is also somewhat easy to get into and out of, for carriers anyway, because it’s close to several major New England shipping hubs. It’s just north of New York City (which isn’t technically New England, but still). It’s a bit west of Providence and a bit southwest of Boston. Connecticut very much is a gateway to upper New England, which means there’s plenty of carrier traffic.
Regarding Georgia, it’s popular enough in the major cities to see competitive prices. The further away you get from Atlanta, though, the more difficult it likely will be. So make sure to speak to an agent if you’re shipping on a budget and need to save some cash.
Factors that can affect your prices and services
The factors that will impact the prices are going to be less about location and more about weather and road conditions. As mentioned, Connecticut is fairly small, so carriers don’t have a hard time getting around it. Some small towns that are away from major interstates and away from the bigger cities may see price increases. But it shouldn’t be drastic.
Instead, the biggest factors for your shipment will usually be how bad the roads are. During the winter months, New England is known for its bad wintry weather. Snow, ice, snowstorms, etc. are all things that carriers don’t want to drive through if they can help it.
Connecticut, however, is used to snow, so the roads – especially the interstates – are usually well-maintained. But there are times when they are not. Snow and ice, or incoming snowstorms, can keep carriers away from the area. So make sure to talk to a representative about your shipment if you’re worried about the weather.
Use American Auto Shipping for all your transportation needs
If you need auto shipping from Connecticut to Georgia, take a minute to fill out our free quote form. It’s free and easy and will get you an instant price right away. Our prices are built to move your shipment when it needs moved. Our prices may not be the lowest, but they are always the best.
You can also contact us any time at 800-930-7417 to speak to an agent. They can answer questions, give you a quote over the phone, and even book your shipment if you’re ready to take the step. So give us a call or use our free form and see what American Auto Shipping can do for you!