Auto Transport Routes: Houston to Los Angeles
As most everyone in the industry will likely tell you, transporting a vehicle is hardly an easy job. Many companies make it easier, but on the whole it takes a lot of time and a lot of work and it’s not a job that everyone wants to do. Usually carriers will run along specific routes, or at least through specific cities or regions in order to maximize how much their profits on their routes. One of the most popular routes is Houston to Los Angeles, especially during the winter and spring months, and while there are many ways for carriers to get from Houston to L.A. I-10 is perhaps the most popular one.
We say that because I-10 is literally a straight shot into Los Angeles, or at least the greater L.A. area. I-10 is a prominent east-west interstate that runs from Jacksonville west into Los Angeles and passes through several major cities including Tallahassee, Mobile, Houston, San Antonio, Tucson and Phoenix on its way to L.A., which makes it really easy for carriers to stay on the interstate really coast to coast. When shipping from Houston to Los Angeles finding a carrier should not be incredibly difficult as the route is one of the more popular ones in the U.S. Expect prices from Houston to L.A.to be a bit lower per-mile than many other routes out of Houston as the route is such a strong one and the cities are so large.
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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.