Arizona auto transport servicesArizona is a state located in the southwestern United States. It is currently the 15th most populated state in the Union today and the sixth-largest by total area. Arizona auto transport services, as such, should not be hard to find.

The state is home to over 6.6 million residents and was the last of the contiguous states to be admitted as a state. Arizona is perhaps best known for being covered almost entirely in desert; its climate makes for hot summers and warm winters, but it also makes it a popular resort and vacation area. Read on to learn more about Arizona auto transport services.

A bit about Arizona car shipping

So with Arizona auto transport you have to understand that the state is primarily desert. As such, there’s not a lot of major cities in the state because there’s just not much arable land. This would be troublesome if not for the fact that the state is the home of Phoenix, one of the largest cities in the U.S.

Phoenix is a huge car shipping location and one of the most popular in the country. In fact, the entire Phoenix metro area is one huge car transport hub that’s home to literally millions of people. That’s a lot of customers for carriers to choose from.

Something you have to keep in mind, though, is the temperature. Arizona is a desert state, and in the summertime temperatures are often in triple digits, especially in the populated areas (good old urban heat effect loves Phoenix).

But even just driving through the state – not in a major city – is a problem for some carriers. Drivers can cook their rigs – and their cargo – if they aren’t carful. Seriously, sun damage is a thing when you’re shipping through the southwestern U.S.

A note on Arizona snowbirds

So carriers try to avoid the area in the summer, but they’ll go there if there’s enough demand (and there almost always is), even if it’s 120 degrees. But more importantly, Arizona auto transport is popular during the winter, when the industry slows down. Fewer people ship cars in the winter for whatever reason, and most of the ones that do are shipping south.

These people are called snowbirds because they take advantage of the mild times of the year and live there. In the north, that’s the summer. In the south, that’s the winter. This way, their climate is amiable year-round. And luckily for all of us in the car shipping industry, they ship their cars instead of drive them.

So, during the summer months, prices may actually be a bit higher especially through Phoenix. This has a lot to do with the climate but also with demand – it’s a popular place to ship a car and one of the fastest-growing cities in the country. During the winter, snowbirds carry the industry, but prices are lower because there’s usually plenty of freight. Typically snowbirds in New England ship to Florida, while those in the Great Lakes region ship to Arizona. Funny how it works, but that’s the way it goes.

Can I get quotes for Arizona vehicle transport?

If you are interested in Arizona auto transport services or quotes, give us a call. Arizona is truly a wonderful place, with so many things to do and see and so much beautiful weather to enjoy, and American Auto Shipping can help you get there. All you have to do is fill out our free online form or call us toll-free at 800-930-7417 and you’ll get a free auto transport quote immediately.

If you have questions, concerns, or would like a free quote over the phone, feel free to call and you’ll get a hold of a live representative. There’s no waiting on hold, no annoying phone menus. Just a friendly person on the other side to help you ship your car. So fill out our form, get your quotes, or give us a call and let us do the work; either way, you win when you work with American Auto Shipping.

Helpful Links for the State of Arizona

Arizona Auto Transport Services by Metropolitan Area

Phoenix Metropolitan Area

Phoenix | Flagstaff | Chandler | Mesa | Glendale | Gilbert | Scottsdale | Tempe | Peoria | Surprise | Avondale | Goodyear | Buckeye | Casa Grande | Maricopa | Apache Junction | El Mirage | Queen Creek | Coolidge | Florence | Fountain Hills | Eloy | Paradise Valley

Tucson Metropolitan Area

Tucson | Nogales | Green Valley | South Tucson | Catalina Foothills | Sahuarita | Oro Valley | Drexel Heights

Prescott Metropolitan Area

Prescott | Cottonwood | Sedona

Lake Havasu City Metropolitan Area

Lake Havasu City | Kingman | Fort Mohave

Yuma Metropolitan Area

Yuma | San Luis | Somerton

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