Auto Transport Routes: Boston to Chicago
Boston and Chicago are two major cities in the U.S. with a variety of different ways in and out of them. They also have relatively large populations and metropolitan areas, which means higher demand for transportation in and out of those cities.
It also really helps that they both lie along the same interstate – Interstate 90, which traverses through several different major metropolitan areas on the way to Chicago. This makes it even easier for carriers to run routes between the two cities while maintaining their bottom line, financially. There are a few other routes that they can take as well, but I-90 is by far the most direct route.
And carriers really like it when it’s just a straight shot from one city to another. Most carriers will actually travel along specific pre-determined routes that they routinely run, such as Boston to Chicago, or Miami to New York City.
With thousands of different carriers on the road to cover tens of thousands of cities, finding carriers in your area usually won’t be difficult so long as you’re near an interstate. As auto transport is a nationwide business, the easiest way to get across state lines is the Interstate Highway System.
I-90 runs through not just Boston, but also through cities in New York such as Albany, Rochester, Syracuse and Buffalo. It passes also through Cleveland and Toledo, in Ohio, then South Bend and Gary in Indiana before turning northwest into Chicago. It does go past Chicago (it goes all the way to Seattle, in Washington State), but for the purposes of this blog post you can understand why we stop describing it after it gets to Chicago.
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Please remember that the routes we highlighted in this blog post are simply the most convenient routes according to Google Maps, and while this is a popular route choosing method that carriers use frequently, you should still talk to your carrier regarding the specific route he will be traveling when transporting your vehicle.