Lower Merion 1Lower Merion, officially known as Lower Merion Township, is a Township in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. Home to a population of over 57,800 residents spread out across numerous smaller communities within the Township, Lower Merion is one of the largest suburbs of Philadelphia and considered within the “inner ring” of Philadelphia’s suburban communities. Founded in 1682 after a land grant was issued for its creation by Pennsylvania founder William Penn, Lower Merion was incorporated as a township in 1713 and then reincorporated as a First Class Township in 1900. It is a core suburb of Philadelphia, the largest city in Philadelphia today.

Basic Facts About Lower Merion

  • Current population: 57,800
  • Current mayor: Elizabeth Rogan (Township President)
  • Total area: 23.9 sq mi
  • Official website: http://www.lowermerion.org/
  • Located in: Montgomery County
  • Founded in: 1682
  • Zip codes: 19083
  • Area codes: 610

Auto Transport Tips to and from Lower Merion

Several different communities make up the Lower Merion Township, but on the whole the entire area is relatively easy to get to and from for most auto shippers. Really, it’s the township’s proximity to Philadelphia that really helps keep prices lower, especially if you’re shipping from the western parts of the country. Philadelphia is one of the largest cities in the United States by population and an incredibly popular auto transport location in the country; as such, there should be plenty of shipping companies offering transportation services to and from Lower Merion and the greater Philadelphia area almost year-round.

Another thing that’s really helpful is the fact that I-76 runs parallel with Lower Merion’s eastern border, putting it right along the route of a major interstate that is often used by car shippers to get around the region. This tends to keep prices relatively low into and out of Lower Merion and the surrounding region, and the township might also be a decent substitute for other communities in the area, particularly Philadelphia, which can be hard for carriers to traverse due to the cramped downtown area. You’ll want to discuss this with your auto transport representative for the most up-to-date information, of course, but generally speaking you shouldn’t have too many problems getting your vehicle into or out of Lower Merion.

If you’re interested in shipping a vehicle to or from Lower Merion Township, make sure you take a moment to fill out our free online vehicle shipping quote request form. Once you do, you’ll get multiple free quotes from top auto transport companies emailed to you completely free of charge, and once you have those quotes you can compare prices and services of those different shippers against one another to find the right company for your needs. If you have questions about our services, or need some help getting your quotes to ship your vehicle, give us a call toll-free at 800-930-7417 to speak to one of our own live agents, who are standing by to help you with whatever you may need help with.

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