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Thursday, January 11th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Oklahoma

Oklahoma is an average auto transport state. Oklahoma is like Arkansas in a lot of ways: the biggest city is in the middle of the state, transport outside of major roadways or cities is very difficult, and neither one has…

Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Arkansas

Arkansas is a below average auto transport state. While Arkansas is far from the worst auto transport state, it is much farther from the best. The state lacks a large population or an auto transport inclined economy, so transport is…

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Missouri

Missouri is an acceptable auto transport state. Missouri is neither stellar nor terrible in terms of auto transport. There are certainly enough people in the state to attract drivers, but because of how Kansas City and St Louis are positioned…

Monday, January 8th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Iowa

Iowa is below average in terms of auto transport. Iowa’s small population holds it back from being a major auto transport destination. There are 3 million people in the whole state; even if everyone squeezed into Des Moines it would…

Sunday, January 7th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

West Virginia

West Virginia is among the worst states for auto transport. West Virginia is a very beautiful state. The mountains, hills, and sparsely populated areas create very alluring scenery, unfortunately these same attributes are also what make West Virginia a terrible…

Saturday, January 6th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Kentucky

Kentucky is a mediocre auto transport state. Kentucky has a good position, a lot of people, and a good economy. However, the position isn’t great, there isn’t a huge amount of people, and the economy could be better. Kentucky does…

Friday, January 5th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Tennessee

Tennessee is an above average auto transport state. The main advantage Tennessee has is being in the middle of everything, of which Nashville is a shining example. Interstate 40 and interstate 65, two major American roadways, converge here as well…

Thursday, January 4th, 2018 / Posted by MIG

Georgia

Georgia is one of the more popular auto transport states. Atlanta is by far the biggest city and metropolitan area in Georgia and is the 9th most populous metro area in the US. Georgia also forms a sort of barrier…

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018 / Posted by MIG

South Carolina

South Carolina is a below average auto transport state. South Carolina has three major metropolitan areas which divide the state into three parts. The Greenville metro is in the west, Columbia is the center, and Charleston is the east; 63rd,…

Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018 / Posted by MIG

North Carolina

North Carolina is a slightly better than average state for auto transport. North Carolina can be broken up into three parts, everything east of interstate 95, everything between interstate 95 and interstate 77, and everything west of interstate 77; the…