Milton is a city located in former Milton County, in the U.S. state of Georgia. The city is currently home to a population of over 32,600 residents and it is located in the Atlanta, Georgia Metropolitan Statistical Area. Milton was officially incorporated as a city in 2006. Milton was originally located in unincorporated northern Fulton County prior to the county’s disbandment during the Great Depression, to help stave off bankruptcy. It merged with Fulton County, which today is home to over a million residents, making it the largest county in the state. Milton incorporated in 2006 and there are now talks of reforming Milton County, possibly with Milton as the county seat.
Basic Facts About Milton
- Current population: 32,600
- Current mayor: Joe Lockwood
- Total area: 38.7 sq mi
- Official website: http://www.cityofmiltonga.us/
- Located in: Milton County
- Founded in: 2006 (incorporated)
- Zip codes: 30004, 30009
- Area codes: 770, 678
Car Transport to Milton Tips and Tricks
Car transport to Milton is made much easier by its location near Atlanta, which is the largest city in the state. Milton’s size is less impressive, but at the same time it doesn’t matter quite as much since car shippers like to travel routes that take them into and out of major metro areas anyway. Many shippers that service Atlanta will also provide services to other parts of the city’s metro area, usually within a 40-50 mile radius of the anchor city. Milton, which sits less than 20 miles away from Atlanta proper, sits right in this sweet spot, which means that car transport to Milton is generally going to be easier to find and cheaper to do than if you were to ship to more rural areas or to an area that is far removed from a major city.
Car shippers prefer to run routes through major cities, but they way they get there is important too. Most auto transport carriers prefer to stick to the Interstate Highway System, though most (if not all) will deviate for pickup or delivery of a vehicle. This is good news for you if you’re trying to get car transport to Milton; the city doesn’t sit along any interstate highways, but it does sit along several state highways that connect to Atlanta proper. This means that car transporters can still get to and from Milton without deviating from their established routes too much, which means more competitive pricing for you.
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