Montana suffers from the same problem Idaho suffers from, a small population in a very large state. Montana is the 4th largest state but has the 44th largest population, a very bad combination. However, it is very nicely geographically organized for auto transporters. There are 7 relatively large cities, the 8th largest and below are significantly smaller than the ‘Big 7’. 5 of the 7 are located right next to interstate 90 which any carrier traveling through Montana will undoubtedly be on. If you live along this road like most people it will still be a challenge to find a driver but far from impossible. Finding a carrier to go off of that interstate, however, will be very difficult and expensive, your best option if you live somewhere more rural is to meet the carrier off of an interstate exit.
For the time being Montana ranks towards the bottom for auto transport relevance. The population is too small and too spread out, luckily the roads are very well designed and allow for most of the residents of Montana to receive auto transport at a reasonable rate.