Bexley 1Bexley is a city located in Franklin County, in the U.S. state of Ohio, and is currently home to a population of just over 13,000 residents. Founded a little over a hundred years ago and first incorporated as a village in 1908, Bexley is a smaller suburb of Columbus, the capital of and largest city in Ohio. Along with several other communities, including Whitehall and Minerva, Bexley is an enclave, which means that the city is entirely surrounded by Columbus proper. Today, Bexley is known for being an affluent part of the Columbus metro area and also for its vibrant Jewish community and distinct, beautiful neighborhoods.

Basic Facts About Bexley

  • Current population: 13,000
  • Current mayor: Ben Kessler
  • Total area: 2.45 sq mi
  • Official website: http://www.bexley.org/
  • Located in: Franklin County
  • Founded in: 1889
  • Zip codes: 43209
  • Area codes: 614

Auto Transport Tips to and from Bexley

Though Bexley may be an enclave of Columbus, it doesn’t really look like one on a map – on the whole, most of Columbus sits west of Bexley proper. Enclave status aside, Bexley is still a part of the Columbus Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is currently the third-largest metro area in the state of Ohio and home to over 2.3 million residents. On the whole, this is pretty good news if you’re looking for car shipping services into or out of Bexley as it generally means for car transport carriers are going to be running routes through the region. Auto transport companies prefer to run routes into and out of major cities and metro areas because it’s where their customers tend to congregate – this leads to lower prices and faster services into and out of the entire area.

Bexley is also centrally located when it comes to ease of access for auto transport carriers. While there are no major interstates that run through the city proper, there is a state highway (which happens to run right into Columbus proper) that runs through Bexley and the city’s borders are close to both I-70 and I-670, a major bypass of I-70 that services northern Columbus. On the whole, car transport companies shouldn’t have too difficult a time getting into or out of Bexley proper, though if you are finding your car shipping prices to be more expensive than you anticipated, talk to a rep about ways to lower your prices including changing your pickup and delivery locations and timeframes.

If you’re interested in shipping a vehicle to or from Bexley, Ohio, take a minute to fill out our free online auto transport quote request form. When you do, you’ll receive multiple free quotes from top-rated car transport companies within about an hour. Your quotes will be emailed to you over the course of an hour or so, and once you have your quotes you can then compare those companies against one another, including prices and services, to find the right shipper for your specific needs. If you have questions about our services, or if you need some help getting your free quotes, don’t hesitate to give us a call any time at 800-930-7417 to speak to one of our live agents.

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