Across the Map: New Hampshire Auto Transport Services
The state of New Hampshire is located in the New England region of the United States, bordered by Vermont to the west, Massachusetts to the south, and Maine (as well as the Atlantic Ocean) to the east, and Canada to the north. Home to 1.3 million residents, New Hampshire is the 43rd largest state in the U.S. by population and 46th largest by total area. Its population density sits at 147 residents per square mile, which is good for 21st in the country; however, much of its population outside of the major metro areas of the state are scattered and live in areas that can be hard to reach. New Hampshire was, oddly enough, the first state to have its own constitution as well as the first British colony to break away from Great Britain during the years preceding the American Revolution. You can read more about New Hampshire here.
Transporting a vehicle to New Hampshire can be challenging due to its location and lack of major population centers. Its largest city, Manchester, is home to just 110,000 residents as of the last census, and the surrounding Manchester-Nashua metropolitan area is home to over 400,000 residents. Manchester, Nashua and Concord will likely be the cheapest cities to ship a vehicle to or from within New Hampshire if for no other reason than their size; more people will be inclined to transport vehicles to those areas, and more carriers will be willing to run routes up there, as opposed to more rural areas, particularly in northern New Hampshire which has very few towns indeed. It also helps that the Nashua-Manchester-Concord area runs primarily north-south along the route of Interstate 93, one of several interstate that services New Hampshire (and perhaps the most heavily traveled due to its route).
Other interstates in New Hampshire include I-89 and I-91, which both connect with I-93 and service other areas of the state. These are also useful for auto transporters, as it allows them to not just service the smaller areas of New Hampshire (which they will do for the right price), but also other areas in Vermont and the surrounding region. Having multiple interstates that connect to other major interstates is actually a big bonus when it comes to your car transport prices; admittedly, they’ll likely be higher for shipments into and out of New Hampshire due to its size and smaller population figures, but without those three interstates servicing most populated areas your car shipping prices would likely be even higher than they are now. For more information about shipping services to New Hampshire, check out this useful article.