Butler 1Butler is a city in as well as the county seat of Butler County, in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Home to a population of over 13,700 residents, Butler is a part of the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Statistical Area, the second-largest in Pennsylvania and a popular auto transport location within the United States. Butler was first settled in 1802 and first incorporated in 1816, though it would not be reincorporated as a city until 1918. Butler has long been a regional manufacturing center on the outskirts of Pittsburgh, though its manufacturing centers have waned in recent years, and today the city is more service-based in terms of its economy.

Basic Facts About Butler

  • Current population: 13,700
  • Current mayor: Thomas P. Donaldson
  • Total area: 2.7 sq mi
  • Official website: http://www.cityofbutler.org/
  • Located in: Butler County
  • Founded in: 1802
  • Zip codes: 16001-16003
  • Area codes: 724

Auto Transport Tips to and from Butler

Butler sits outside the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area, which is the second-largest in the state of Pennsylvania and a pretty popular auto transport location, all things considered. This is great news for you, because it generally means that prices into and out of the Butler area will be lower – more akin to shipping to or from Pittsburgh. At the same time, you may be able to save a bit of money by shipping your vehicle to or from Pittsburgh proper; by going to where your carrier wants to be, instead of making them come to you, you stand to save a bit of money, and usually a bit of time as well. Talk to an auto transport agent for more information.

Thirty five miles doesn’t seem like much, to be sure, but it’s a bit out of the way for an auto transport carrier considering that Butler doesn’t sit along any major interstate highways. You need to keep in mind the fact that vehicle shippers prefer to run routes into and out of major metropolitan areas via the Interstate Highway System, and if they have to go off their main routes they tend to up the price to the customer to compensate. This can also be avoided by moving your pickup or delivery location out of Butler and into Pittsburgh proper, or even somewhere on the outskirts – talk to your agent or the driver of your transport carrier for more.

If you’re interested in shipping a vehicle to or from Butler, or the Pittsburgh area in general, take a minute to fill out our free online auto transport quote request form. When you do, you’ll receive multiple free quotes in your email inbox from top auto transport companies; once you have your quotes, you can compare their prices and services against one another to find the right shipper for your specific needs. If you have further questions, or need some help getting your free quotes, don’t hesitate to give us a call toll-free at 800-930-7417 to speak to one of our own live agents any time.

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