Brooklyn 1Brooklyn is a borough of New York City, the largest of the five boroughs of New York City by total population. Home to over 2.3 million residents, Brooklyn, if it were an independent city, would be the fourth-largest in the United States, at least by population. Brooklyn is the county seat of Kings County and its boundaries are that of the county as well; spanning just 97 total square miles, it is the fourth-smallest county in New York State by total area, though it is second-largest of the five New York City boroughs. Brooklyn became a part of New York City in 1898; prior to that, it had been an independent city.

Basic Facts About Brooklyn

  • Current population: 2.6 million
  • Current mayor: Eric Adams (borough president)
  • Total area: 97 sq mi
  • Official website: http://www.brooklyn-usa.org/index.htm
  • Located in: New York City
  • Founded in: 1898 (incorporated within New York City)
  • Area codes: 347, 718, 917, 929
  • Zip codes: 11201-11299

Auto Transport Tips to and from Brooklyn

As the largest of New York’s five boroughs, Brooklyn is a popular auto transport location among customers, and as such it’s a popular location for many car transport companies as well. The problem, however, is access; Brooklyn is primarily small, narrow streets that have restrictions in terms of maximum vehicle size, and there’s a very real chance that your vehicle will not be able to be picked up in Brooklyn proper. Instead, you will likely have to meet your carrier somewhere nearby, preferably along a major interstate like I-95 but in an area where a carrier can maneuver easily, like a large parking lot of a strip mall or something like that.

Access to Brooklyn proper might be difficult, but at the same time Brooklyn is so large and there are so many people living there that it warrants inclusion along most routes. Many carriers will pickup vehicles in Brooklyn, as well as deliver in Brooklyn, since there is always going to be demand for services to and from such a heavily populated area. It helps that I-95 runs just west of Brooklyn proper; this allows carriers easy access via one of the most heavily-traveled interstates in the country, which only helps to keep your transportation prices and your pickup times faster. Remember, you will likely have to meet your driver somewhere nearby, but exactly where is up for negotiation when the time comes.

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