Car Transport to Metro Kansas City
The Kansas City, Missouri Metropolitan Statistical Area is a metro area located in Missouri, anchored by Kansas City. It is home to a population of over 2.39 million residents and spans fourteen counties in two states, as it also includes Kansas City, Kansas and its surrounding neighborhoods and bedroom cities. The Kansas City metro area is the second-largest in the state, after the Greater St. Louis metro area, and is a popular auto shipping location due to its large size and the number of ways into and out of the area. Major cities in the metro area, outside of Kansas City, Missouri, include Olathe, Overland Park and Kansas City, Kansas, as well as Independence, Missouri, all of which are home to over 100,000 residents.
Auto shippers prefer to run their routes into and out of major cities and metropolitan areas, as it’s where the vast majority of their potential customers are and thus they can more easily keep their trucks full and on the road by servicing urban areas as opposed to rural. This makes car transport to metro Kansas City a lot easier to find and book because car carriers actively want to run routes through the region. Whether they’re going to Kansas City in Kansas or Missouri, they’ll have easy access to large pockets of customers. All this combined tends to result in lower overall shipping prices for you and often faster services, at least depending on where you’re shipping to and from.
It really helps that Kansas City and its surrounding metropolitan area are easily accessible via interstate highways. There are several that service the region including I-70, I-35 and I-49, the first of which is one of the longest east-west interstate highways in the country and the latter two major north-south oriented interstates. Taken all together, those interstates allow access to not only metro Kansas City, but numerous other cities in other states in literally every direction. I-35 can take them south into the major population centers of Texas; I-70 goes east and west to major cities like Denver and St. Louis, and I-49 runs south to Fort Smith. There’s also I-2, which runs north through Omaha, Nebraska. All told, car transport to metro Kansas City is easy for carriers to complete, which means lower prices and often faster pickup windows.
If you are interested in car transport to metro Kansas City, whether it’s to the Missouri side, the Kansas side, or any of the bedroom cities within it, take a moment and fill out our free online auto transport quote request form. It takes only a minute, and what’s great is that you can get a quote to ship to or from anywhere in the United States so long as you either have the name of the city or the zip code that you are shipping from and to. Once you fill it out and submit it, you’ll get an instant price immediately right on your screen and also we are fully licensed, bonded and insured. If you have questions about our services, or would like to speak to a live person over the phone, give us a call any time at 800-930-7417 to speak directly to a live agent.