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 is a harder state to ship a car to or from. Tourism is a big part of Wyoming’s economy, but it isn’t near enough to off put all of these factors. The only routes that pass through the state are the northwest to Florida and the northeast, however, this would not be a regular route for any truck as there is a better way to get to both destinations. The same principles that apply to the other sparsely populated midwestern states also apply to Wyoming. Pay well, be close to an interstate, and be patient.