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Car Transport to Metro Memphis

Car Transport to Metro Memphis, Tennessee
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The Memphis, Tennessee Metropolitan Statistical Area, commonly referred to as “Metro Memphis” or the “Mid-South,” is an urban area centered on Memphis, Tennessee. It is currently home to a population of over 1.3 million, though its CSA (combined statistical area) spans four states and has a population of over 2.4 million. Auto transporters love running routes into and out of major cities and their surrounding metropolitan areas because it’s where the customers are, and they always want to stay close to their customers. Metro Memphis is not the most popular vehicle shipping location in the region, but it’s still easy to find car transport to metro Memphis based on the size of the metro area, both in terms of population and total area.

As mentioned, carriers like to stay on routes that take them into and out of big cities and major metropolitan areas. Car transport to Metro Memphis may be easier thanks to its size, but there’s definitely larger metropolitan areas out there. Memphis isn’t even the largest city in Tennessee, let alone the largest metro area in the region. But carriers can still get to a variety of different places in Tennessee, Missouri, Arkansas, and other surrounding cities and states. This helps them keep their profits higher, as they can deliver more vehicles per day since the population density in those metro areas is fairly high, and customers abound.

It also really helps that Memphis is a major transportation and logistics hub, making it easy for carriers trying to provide car transport to metro Memphis to get into and out of the metro area. Carriers can get into and out of Memphis via a number of major interstates including I-40 and I-55, two major highways through the region. I-40 runs east-west from west Texas while I-55 runs north from Mobile, Alabama. Not only that, but there are many state highways too, ones that connect to other major cities around Memphis and the metro area that surrounds it. This means that carriers have an easier time providing car transport to metro Memphis, which usually results in faster transit times for you and also lower prices, as carriers try hard to keep their prices competitive in order to keep their trucks (and their wallets) full.

If you are interested in car transport to metro Memphis, Tennessee, take a minute or two and fill out our free online auto transport quote request form. Whether you’re trying to ship to Memphis proper or one of its many suburbs, it won’t take but a minute or two and, what’s really cool, is that our quote form can help you pinpoint where in a city you want to ship to, which helps get you more accurate quotes. If you fill out the form and submit it you’ll get multiple free quotes emailed to you from some of the best auto shippers in the industry. You can then compare prices and services and find the right shipper for your needs. If you have questions about our services, or need help getting your free quotes, don’t hesitate to contact us any time, toll-free, at 800-930-7417.

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