Greensburg 1Greensburg is a city in as well as the county seat of Westmoreland County, in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Home to a population of over 14,900 total residents, Greensburg is a part of the Pittsburgh, PA Metropolitan Statistical Area, the second-largest in Pennsylvania and anchored by the second-largest city in the state. Greensburg may be small in terms of total residents, but its population doubles during the work week, and it is a rather major economic, cultural and tourism center in western Pennsylvania. Greensburg has been ranked several times by various publications as a great place to live, work and also retire.

Basic Facts About Greensburg

  • Current population: 14,900
  • Current mayor: Ronald E. Silvis
  • Total area: 4.2 sq mi
  • Official website: http://www.greensburgpa.org/
  • Located in: Westmoreland County
  • Founded in: 1799 (incorporated)
  • Zip codes: 15601, 15605, 15606
  • Area codes: 724

Auto Transport Tips to and from Greensburg

Greensburg sits about 30 miles or so east of Pittsburgh, the second-largest city in Pennsylvania, and is a part of Pittsburgh’s metropolitan area. This makes it a bit easier for carriers to ship vehicles into and out of Greensburg, as it generally means that they can stop in Pittsburgh, a major auto transport area, before moving on to other bedroom cities that surround it. Auto shippers prefer to run routes into and out of major cities because it allows them access to multiple customers in a single stop. This allows them to fill their trucks more quickly, and ultimately saves them time and money – which should trickle down to you as well.

It doesn’t help that there aren’t any major interstates that run through Greensburg; instead, the city relies on state highways that connect to other major interstates further away, so in this regard auto transport companies can’t get to or from Greensburg as easily as they could other areas that sit along an interstate highway. Carriers prefer to run routes into and out of major cities that sit along major interstate highways; it keeps their prices lower and allows them more control over where they go and how quickly they get there. Not only that, but by sticking to major cities and interstates, they can run routes for less money, which means lower prices for you. You may be able to save some money by moving your pickup or delivery location out of Greensburg and into a more auto transport-friendly area such as Pittsburgh.

If you’re interested in shipping a vehicle to or from Greensburg, or anywhere else in the Pittsburgh metro area or the United States 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, compiled and calculated by top auto transportation companies. Once you have your quotes you can compare their prices and services against one another and even discuss your shipment with one of their live agents. You can also contact one of our own helpful representatives by calling our toll-free telephone number at 800-930-7417 if you have questions about our services or need some help getting your free quotes.

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