Auto Transport To & From New Jersey (NJ)
New Jersey is a state located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Home to a population of over 8.9 million residents, New Jersey is the 11th-largest state by population in the U.S. New Jersey spans 8,722 square miles, which puts its population density at 1,210 residents per square mile, which ranks first among the fifty states – it is the most densely populated state in the country. This isn’t all that surprising, considering it sits close to New York and Pennsylvania, and northern New Jersey is almost entirely a part of the New York City metro area, and southern New Jersey is mostly a part of the Philadelphia metro area. Because of the state’s proximity to two of the largest cities in the country, it’s only natural that its cities also be home to lots of people.
Before the British colonized the new world, Native Americans lived in the New Jersey area for more than 2,800 years, and actually the first European settlements were both Swedish and Dutch. The New Jersey Journal, during the 18th century, published up-to-date information about goings-on in the Revolution, and later on working-class cities like Trenton and Paterson helped fuel the Industrial Revolution, with the likes of Boston, New York City, and Philadelphia. Because of its location, New Jersey also is home to some of the largest and busiest ports in the United States, and sees lots of cargo coming and going every single day.
As a major state with a large population, it’s natural that a lot of interstate and international business is done in New Jersey, and this includes within the car shipping industry. New Jersey’s cities may not be all that large – though they’re pretty big, to be sure – it’s most populated areas sit near either New York City or Philadelphia, which puts them square within one of the largest auto transport markets in the country. Not to mention the fact that New Jersey is one of the smallest states in total area – this just means that carriers can more easily get from one part of the state to another, and often times they don’t even need to worry about the routes as there are so many to choose from.
Seriously, New Jersey sees several major interstate highways run through it, though perhaps the most important – and the most integral – is Interstate 95. I-95 is a major north-south interstate that runs up the eastern seaboard. It runs south from the Maine-Canada border, through New England and into New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia before heading further south on its way to Miami, Florida. This means that some of the largest cities east of the Mississippi are easily accessible to carriers, and many times they can get from one city to the next within a day or two. Florida to New Jersey, for instance, can take as little as three days because of I-95, and that ease of access tends to result in lower prices and faster transit times into and out of most of the state’s biggest cities.
If you are interested in New Jersey 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. If you fill out our free form and submit it, you’ll get multiple free quotes emailed to you from some of the best car transport companies in the industry. 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 quotes 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 Jersey
- State of New Jersey Official Website
- New Jersey on Wikipedia
- Facts About New Jersey from the USDA
- Government Structure in New Jersey
- New Jersey Cultural Portal
New Jersey Auto Transport Services by Metropolitan Area*
Newark Metropolitan Area
Newark | Jersey City | Paterson | Elizabeth | Edison | Woodbridge | Hackensack | Teaneck | Garfield | Englewood | Ridgewood | Paramus | Fort Lee | Fair Lawn | Bergenfield | East Orange | Bloomfield | West Orange | Montclair | Belleville | Union City | Bayonne | Hoboken | Kearny | Secaucus | Old Bridge | Piscataway | New Brunswick | Perth Amboy
Trenton Metropolitan Area
Atlantic City Metropolitan Area
Vineland Metropolitan Area
Ocean City Metropolitan Area
*Note: Much of New Jersey’s largest cities are located in metro areas anchored by cities in other states, notably New York City and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. To read more about those metro areas, read our informative articles and blog posts about those states and cities. For organizational purposes, we list the metro areas of New Jersey under the name of the largest city in New Jersey within that metro area – for instance, “Newark metro area” as opposed to “New York City” metro. This will also help separate those cities geographically, at least within this page.