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 is making it very hard to ship from the more isolated parts of the state. If you are not near an interstate or metropolitan you will have to meet your driver because the cost to get a car out of certain parts of the state can be enormous. Thru-trucks are not a boon to Kansas either. Some carriers from Los Angeles may pass through the state on their way to Chicago or the northeast, but only if they are taking an unconventional route. The only reason Kansas receives an average rating is because Kansas City is a very popular transport hub and because there aren’t many people in the rural areas. Most people in the state are actually in favorable circumstances when it comes to shipping their cars.