Auto Transport to Metro Cincinnati
Metro Cincinnati, officially known as the Cincinnati-Middletown Metropolitan Statistical Area and colloquially known as Greater Cincinnati or metro Cincinnati, is a metropolitan area that spans fifteen counties across the U.S. states of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. It is anchored by Cincinnati, one of the largest cities in Ohio and a major auto transportation location within the region. Cincinnati is currently home to a population of over 297,500 total residents, but the Cincinnati metro area is home to 2.13 million, almost ten times the population of Cincinnati proper. This makes auto transport to metro Cincinnati a lot easier to find and book and usually a lot cheaper as well. Though Cincinnati anchors the metro area, there are other major cities that sit within it including Hamilton, Middleton and Mason, all within Ohio.
While Cincinnati is not nearly as large as other cities in Ohio or Indiana or Kentucky (the states that the metro area spans), it does see its fair share of car shipping traffic mostly because the area is sprawling and the metro area is home to over two million residents. Car shippers want to stick close to major cities and metropolitan areas because that’s where the majority of their customers are. This isn’t surprising, as the chances of someone needing to ship a car increase with the number of people in a given area – it’s just statistics, really, and can be applied to any industry, but for car shippers big cities tend to offer faster transit times and lower operating costs, which in turn helps them keep their trucks full and orders booked, which in turn makes them more money in a shorter amount of time.
It also really helps to stick close to major metro areas because of the Interstate Highway System. There are several major interstates that run through metro Cincinnati including I-71, I-74 and I-75, to name a few. Interstate highways provide carriers easy access to a large swath of land, oftentimes with customers along them. Cincinnati also has a beltway interstate that encircles it and provides access to numerous parts of its surrounding area, making auto transport to metro Cincinnati a lot easier for carriers to accomplish. Between the primary and auxiliary interstates that are within metro Cincinnati, carriers usually can offer lower prices and faster transit times during much of the year, which should help keep your prices lower and your services better in the long run.
If you are interested in auto transport to metro Cincinnati or any of the cities within the area, you can and should take a minute to fill out our free online auto shipping quote request form. It shouldn’t take you more than a minute or two, and once you fill out the form and submit it you’ll receive multiple free quotes in your email inbox from some of the best auto transporters in the industry. We clear each and every company you receive a quote from for both dependability and reliability, which means we make sure that each company is fully licensed, bonded and insured. If you have questions about our services, or if you would like to speak to a live agent instead of filling out our form, you can call us any time, toll-free, at 800-930-7417 and connect directly with one of our representatives.