Auto Transport Routes: Denver to Phoenix
Transporting a vehicle from Denver down to Phoenix is usually not too difficult, as the routes available are usually fairly popular, though it does come down to how many carriers are available to pick your vehicle up. Denver is a large city, it’s true, but it’s not exactly the most auto transport friendly of U.S. cities, and as such – especially in the winter months – carriers are usually less likely to be running routes out of Denver.
However, it does help that Phoenix is south of Denver and is much warmer and less prone to snow; not only that, but it’s right smack along several major interstates that carriers will travel along when transporting vehicles.
Perhaps the easiest way carriers will transport vehicles down to Phoenix from Denver is to travel straight down Interstate 25, passing through Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Colorado before heading into New Mexico and passing through Santa Fe.
Past Santa Fe, I-25 runs into Albuquerque; from there, carriers heading to Phoenix will likely hop onto I-40, which is a popular east-west interstate that runs through much of the middle part of the U.S. and actually runs past Phoenix. Carriers will typically take a quick detour down a couple different state routes to get into Phoenix proper, and from there can find other loads that they can then either run up into Colorado or on any other route that they may be taking.
If you’re looking to transport a vehicle to Phoenix from Denver, Colorado, we here at American Auto Shipping are here to help. You can fill out our free online quote request form and get a free quote immediately. You can also call our toll-free telephone number at 800-930-7417 to speak to a live auto transport representative who can help answer your questions, quote your shipment, and even book your order.
There are, of course, other ways that carriers can get from Denver to Phoenix; the routes we highlighted in this blog post are simply the most convenient routes according to Google Maps, which is surprisingly what many carriers and dispatchers will use when planning out their routes in advance.