Auto Transport Routes: Detroit to Dallas
When shipping a car from Detroit to Dallas, you should be aware of some of the most convenient ways that auto transporters will use to transport your vehicle down south. Usually the most direct route isn’t always the most profitable, so naturally there will be many different ways that carriers will take to get your vehicle down to Dallas for you.
The quickest way would likely be I-75, which they would take down into Cincinnati. From there, they could take I-71 to Louisville, then use I-65 down to Nashville. From Nashville they could take I-40 all the way to Little Rock, where they could take I-30 the rest of the way into Dallas.
That’s perhaps the quickest route, and while several major cities are along the way there are other routes they could take. I-75 runs all the south into Florida, but they could catch I-20 in Atlanta and stay on that all the way into Dallas. Or they could take I-65 once they hit Louisville, which runs into Birmingham, and catch I-20 there.
Really, it all depends on the cities or regions that the shipper carrying your vehicle is going to be going through, and their routes can likely affect the price of shipping your vehicle. We highly recommend speaking to an auto transport representative about how exactly your vehicle will be transported from Detroit to Dallas, as that will give you the most information about the routes your shipping carrier will take.
If you are interested in transporting your vehicle from Detroit to Dallas, fill out our free online quote form. You will get a free quote to ship your vehicle immediately, with no hassle or commitment. You can also call our toll-free telephone number at 800-930-7417 to speak to one of our live agents who can answer your questions and help you on your automobile transportation journey.
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.
Since 2007 Dave has written all the content and blogs for American Auto Shipping and during this time added the duties of customer support and transport logistics.
He currently resides in Washington with his three kids and their mom and cat. A fan of Marvel movies and good stories, when not shipping cars Dave can be found working on his novel, enjoying a good book or playing some tournament HALO.
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