New York Auto TransportNew York is a state located in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States. Home to over 19.7 million residents, it is the fourth-most populous state in the Union. It is also the home of New York City, which makes finding New York auto transport services a lot easier.

New York City is the largest and most populous city in the United States and home to over 8.4 million residents. As such, it’s not surprising that the state is one of the most popular auto transport locations in the entire country.

A bit about New York vehicle transport services

The New York City Metropolitan Statistical Area, also known as the New York Metro Area or oftentimes just “New York,” is home to over 18.7 million residents. More recent estimates put the metro area’s population at over 20 million – more populous than the entire state within which it sits.

This is a big boon for New York auto transport services, as carriers can easily get to and from the entire area. This makes it a lot cheaper for you to ship a car to or from New York City or the New York metro area. Not only that, but it tends to result in shorter wait times for pickup and delivery, as carriers want to go to the most popular cities in the country.

It also helps that New York City and its metro area is easily accessible. I-95 runs through the heart of the city, and I-95 happens to be one of the most popular auto shipping routes in the nation. Running from Miami north to Maine, I-95 carriers some of the densest auto shipping traffic in the entire country. As such, it shouldn’t be hard to find a carrier at a decent price. However, New York definitely has rural areas, especially once you get north and west of New York City. And we need to discuss that a bit.

A bit about rural New York car shipping

Rural New York is actually a lot more prevalent than people might realize. For starters, New York City sits in the far southeastern corner of the state. So it’s easy to get to, yes, but not really representative of the typical New York auto transport experience. There are three major metro areas – New York City, the Buffalo-Rochester-Syracuse line, and maybe Albany. Outside of those areas, it’s pretty rural. A beautiful state, to be sure, but not so easy for carriers to get around it.

As such, rural New York car shipping is going to be more expensive than New York City or any other metro area. And this is par for the course for pretty much any state in the U.S., to be quite honest. But especially in central and northern New York, you may end up having to spend more.

Luckily, there’s a fair few interstate highways to aid in the shipping process, and that really will help your prices and carrier availability. However, if you’re really off the beaten path, it will likely end up costing more. We recommend you speak to an agent to learn more. They can give advice and help you find the right shipper at the right price for your needs.

Interested in New York auto transport services?

If you are interested in shipping a vehicle to or from the state of New York, give us a call. New York 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, no hassle auto transport quote immediately. If you have questions feel free to call and you’ll get a hold of a live representative; no waiting on hold, no annoying phone menus. So fill out our form and get your quote, 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 New York

More Information About Cities in New York State by Urban Area

New York City-North New Jersey-Long Island Metropolitan Area^
New York City | Manhattan* | Brooklyn* | Queens* | The Bronx* | Staten Island* | Yonkers | New Rochelle | Mount Vernon | White Plains | Poughkeepsie | Middletown | Kingston | Newburgh

Buffalo-Rochester-Syracuse Metropolitan Area
Buffalo | Rochester | Syracuse | Rome | Utica | Niagara | Seneca Falls | Batavia | Auburn | Watertown

Albany-Schenectady-Troy Metropolitan Area
Albany | Schenectady | Troy | Saratoga Springs | Plattsburgh | Amsterdam

Binghamton Metropolitan Area
Binghamton | Ithaca | Elmira | Cortland

^The New York Metropolitan Area spans four states, with principal cities in each. Included in this list is only principal cities within New York State proper. To learn more about other cities in the New York Metro Area that are located in New Jersey, Connecticut or Pennsylvania, please visit those state pages on our Auto Transport States page. You can find a link to it on our menu bar at the top of the page.

*Denotes a borough of New York City, which is a technically not its own city. However, New York’s five boroughs are so large in size and population that they warrant their own unique information pages about them. You can find the five boroughs on our auto transport quote request form, along with all their zip codes, if you type the name of the borough in the “ship car from” or “ship car to” boxes. 

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