Auto Transport to Green Bay, Wisconsin
Green Bay is a city in as well as the county seat of Brown County, in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. It is currently home to a population of over 104,000 residents, making it the third-largest city in the state by total population, after Milwaukee and Madison, and also the third-largest on the shores of Lake Michigan. Long an industrial and agricultural city, Green Bay grew into prominence during the early 20th century, notably within the paper and meatpacking industries. In fact, it is the home of the NFL’s Green Bay Packers, one of the original NFL teams and the only one in the league to be owned by the public. Today, Green Bay is the anchor of the Green Bay metro area, which is home to over 305,400 residents spread across three counties, which makes auto transport to Green Bay a bit easier to find.
But only a little bit – auto transport to Green Bay really isn’t all that popular despite the city’s size. While it’s true that car carriers want to run routes into and out of major cities and metropolitan areas, as that’s where their customers tend to be, Green Bay is fairly north – over a hundred miles north of Milwaukee, no less – in one of the most northern states in the country. This means that Green Bay is harder to get to and also more expensive, as car transporters have to usually go well away from the most prominent routes across the country. This results in higher prices, harder times finding carriers willing to run the route and also longer wait times for pickup, transit and delivery.
But not all is lost – auto transport to Green Bay is usually easier to find during the winter months and will likely be more affordable than if you were trying to ship in the winter. The reason why is because car carriers want to run routes through big, densely populated areas, yes, but also because the winter months tend to be a lot harder for them to deal with, especially in Wisconsin. Snow and ice can cause all sorts of problems for carriers, but most of the time they simply result in delays in pickup, transit and delivery in snowbound areas. If you’ve ever watched the Packers play in December, you know that Green Bay gets a lot of snow and wintry weather during the coldest parts of the year, which will result in longer wait times for pickup, higher prices and slower transit times as well.
If you are interested in auto transport to Green Bay, Wisconsin, don’t fret – there are plenty of carriers willing to run routes to and from the city and its metro area, so long as the price is right. Take a minute to fill out our free quote form and get multiple free quotes emailed to you from some of the best car transporters in the industry. We know that they’re among the best because we clear each and every one of them for both dependability and reliability, and that means we make sure each company is fully licensed, bonded and insured. If you have questions about our services, or if you’d rather get some help getting your quotes or understanding more about the industry, you can contact one of our agents any time, toll-free, at 800-930-7417.