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Sunday, February 25th, 2018 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

How Hard Is It to Transport a Car for the First Time?

When moving you have a couple options based on how much money you can spend and how much time you have to get the move completed. Moving companies offer full service, all of your items (including your car) are loaded,…

Sunday, February 4th, 2018 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

What is Door to Door Shipping?

Door to door shipping is a simple concept, but it is worth explaining the finer details. Door to door does not necessarily mean door to door. It means as close as the truck can get to the door to as…

Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 / Posted by Max - MIG Auto Transport

Major Auto Transport Routes

If you’ve been reading our state specific auto transport guides you may have seen major auto transport routes mentioned. Ease of transport can suffer because a state isn’t along one or a state might benefit in a big way if…

Monday, January 29th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Nevada

Nevada is an above average auto transport state. Large parts of Nevada are government owned and very few people live outside of the Las Vegas and Reno metropolitans. Las Vegas is the biggest city and fully 75% of the population…

Friday, January 26th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Utah

Utah is a below average auto transport state. Utah is a lot like Colorado because the state is covered by a mountain range and because the population is heavily concentrated in one area, but Utah doesn’t share Colorado’s popularity. Shipment…

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Colorado

Colorado is a popular state for auto transport. Despite not having a huge population and being out of the way of major transport routes, Colorado is an easy state to ship a car from for most people. Carriers like it…

Saturday, January 20th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Wyoming

Wyoming is the worst state for auto transport in the continental US. Wyoming has an extremely small population, an extreme lack of population density, is extremely out of the way, and can be extremely difficult to drive in. Only Alaska…

Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

South Dakota

South Dakota is a terrible state for auto transport. In addition to having a smaller and more spread out population than the other sparsely populated states in this area, South Dakota is also more out of the way. Only Wyoming…

Monday, January 15th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Nebraska

Nebraska is one of the worst states for auto transport. Nebraska is a lot like Kansas, they have a similar topography and both states have a big city all the way in the east and not much else. Nebraska is…

Friday, January 12th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Kansas

Kansas is aa average auto transport state. The majority of Kansas is rural and spread out, and becoming more so. People are leaving the scarcely populated regions and coming to the urban areas like Kansas City and Wichita. This migration…