Auto Transport Routes: Wilmington to Miami
Transporting a vehicle from Wilmington, Delaware down to Miami, Florida is generally just a straight shot down I-95. Interstate 95 is a north-south oriented interstate highway that runs from Miami, Florida – near the southern tip of the state – all the way into northern Maine, which is well north of Wilmington, Delaware. Though Wilmington is not the most popular of auto transport locations in the United States, when transporting from Miami it definitely helps that it sits right along I-95 and is south of New York City, which is a popular auto transport location – one of the most popular, in fact, and people move from New York City down to Miami all the time. This makes it that much easier for carriers already traveling along the route to make a quick stop in Wilmington to pick your vehicle up.
However, during the winter months Wilmington – and, indeed, much of that entire area – is prone to snow and ice and generally crappy winter weather which carriers don’t necessarily like to travel through. Prices out of the area tend to go up a bit in the winter months as opposed to during the summer when there are more carriers (and more customers) running routes along I-95. We recommend that you speak to an auto transport representative who understands the nuances of transporting a vehicle out of Wilmington, and while most reps will be more than capable of explaining them all to you, you should avoid anyone saying that they already have a carrier in the area or something like that, because more often than not – especially out of Wilmington – it’s not true.