New Mexico Auto TransportNew Mexico is a state located in the Southwestern United States, and is home to over two million residents. This makes the state the 36th largest by population in the U.S. This makes finding New Mexico auto transport somewhat easier…but only somewhat. Auto transport companies like to run routes to and from major cities regardless of the state. And New Mexico is home to several major cities, including Albuquerque and Las Cruces, which are probably the two most popular shipping locations in the state. But the rest of the state is decidedly deserted, on account of the fact that it’s mostly desert. Keep reading to learn what to expect when shipping to or from New Mexico.

A bit about New Mexico auto shipping services

As mentioned above, the most popular New Mexico auto transport location is easily Albuquerque. As the state’s largest city – home to over 559,000 residents – it’s not all that surprising. It also helps that Albuquerque is easily accessible via both I-25 and I-40. Those interstates are especially important if you’re looking for auto shipping through New Mexico. It’s because they’re crucial routes through the region. I-25 connects to some major cities, though, notably Las Cruces, Albuquerque and Denver. I-40 also connects to several major cities including Oklahoma City, Little Rock, Memphis, and Nashville.

These are crucial routes through New Mexico and help when it comes to keeping prices to or from those major cities lower. It also helps to entice carriers to actually pickup or deliver loads in the state. And this is important, because outside of those major cities, there really isn’t all that much in New Mexico. But perhaps the biggest challenge with New Mexico auto transport is when you’re shipping to rural areas. This is a much larger challenge due to rural New Mexico being pretty barren.

A bit about rural New Mexico auto transport

Now, most of New Mexico is desert, deserted, and pretty much rural for all intents and purposes. And this makes shipping a car to those areas a lot more difficult and more expensive. Most auto shippers don’t want to run routes to or from isolated areas because it’s just not worth the time. Few customers ship to or from those areas, which means carriers can’t make as much money on those rural routes. And, they don’t really want to take them unless they’re paying a lot. So not only will it cost more, but it’ll probably take longer, too.

This can be mitigated by moving your pickup or delivery location to somewhere more palatable for carriers. For instance, Albuquerque, or Las Cruces. Even Santa Fe is an option (and a relatively good one, too). But New Mexico is so big, sometimes that’s just not an option. That’s when you should speak to your agent about your New Mexico auto transport services. They’ll be able to give you advice on how to save time or money on your shipment and help you get the most out of your New Mexico car shipping services.

Interested in New Mexico vehicle transport services?

If you are interested in New Mexico auto transport services, take a moment and fill out our free online auto transportation quote request form. It’s completely free, and you can choose as your pickup or delivery location any city in New Jersey that has a zip code. And yes, this includes towns, boroughs and villages, too – any municipality that has a zip code. You’ll get a free quote to ship your car if you simply fill out our free form and submit it. We clear each company for dependability and reliability, and we make sure each company is fully licensed, bonded and insured. If you have questions about your quote or our services, or would rather speak to someone over the phone, you can get a hold of one of our live agents any time by calling 800-930-7417.

Helpful Links About New Mexico

New Mexico Auto Transport Services by Metropolitan Area

Albuquerque Metropolitan Area

Albuquerque | Rio Rancho

Santa Fe Metropolitan Area

Santa Fe | Espanola

Las Cruces Metropolitan Area

Las Cruces

Miscellaneous Cities


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