Alabama Car Shipping
Alabama is a state in the Southeastern region of the United States, bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south, and Mississippi to the west. Alabama is the 30th largest by region, with the 24th largest population in the United States. With a total of 1,500 miles (2,400 km) of inland waterways, Alabama has among the most waterways of any state.
Alabama is referred to as the state of Yellowhammer in honor of the state bird. Alabama is also referred to as “Heart of Dixie” and “Cotton State.” The state tree is the long-leaved pine, while the state flower is the camellia. The capital of Alabama is Montgomery. The biggest city, according to population, is Birmingham, which has long been the most industrialized city; the biggest city is Huntsville. The oldest is Mobile, which was founded by French settlers in 1702 as the capital of French Louisiana. Greater Birmingham is the biggest urban economy in Alabama, its most populated urban area and economic center.
Alabama has six main interstate routes: Interstate 65 (I-65) runs through the central state from north to south; I-20/I-59 travels from the Midwestern Mississippi State Line to Birmingham, where I-59 continues at the northeast corner of the state and I-20 continues eastward towards Atlanta; I-85 comes from Montgomery and goes east-northeast to the state line of Georgia, supplying the main track in Atlanta; and I-10 crosses the most southerly section of the state, traveling west and east via Mobile. I-22 enters the state of Mississippi and runs between Birmingham and Memphis, Tennessee. Moreover, the state currently has five auxiliary interstate roads: I-165 in Mobile, I-359 in Tuscaloosa, I-459 in the vicinity of Birmingham, I-565 in Decatur and Huntsville, and I-759 in Gadsden. A sixth route, I-685, will be formed when I-85 is rerouted along a new southern bypass of Montgomery. A proposed northern bypass of Birmingham will be designated as I-422. As a direct connection between I-22 and I-422 will not be available, I-222 was also proposed.
Several U.S. Highways also cross state borders, such as the U.S. Route 11 (US-11), US-29, US-31, US-43, US-45, US-72, US-78, US-80, US-82, US-84, US-90, US-98, US-231, US-278, US-280, US-331, US-411, and US-431.
There are four toll routes in the state: Montgomery Expressway to Montgomery; Westbound Northport/Tuscaloosa Bypass at Tuscaloosa and Northport; the Emerald Mountain Freeway in Wetumpka and the Beach Express in Orange Beach.
About Alabama Auto Transport
When you need to transport a car to or from Alabama, you need an experienced Alabama auto transport company that you can rely on. For several years, our Auto Transport company has been providing safe and reliable Alabama auto transport for both individual and business clients.
Tempus Logix is the car shipping company clients trust. We are experts in our trade providing transparent shipping quotes and pricing.
Tempus Logix makes the auto transport process as easy as possible. Whether you’re a frequent shipper or a first-time shipper, our experienced transport specialists will make sure that your auto transport goes smoothly.
Car shipping services to or from Alabama can vary in options and pricing and choosing enclosed car shipping versus open air is the biggest factor when it comes to cost. Enclosed car shipping carriers are typically more expensive because the equipment they use costs more than the insurance they carry versus open-air carriers.
There are plenty of environmental concerns when shipping a vehicle to or through Alabama. Bugs and birds can leave their mark on a car being transported in an open carrier, while wind-blown debris can also be issued in the breezy summers. That means it’s a wise investment to protect your investment by shipping your vehicle around Alabama in an enclosed car carrier.
Thus, the safest way to transport your car to Alabama is within an enclosed auto transport.
Tempus Logix has transported hundreds of vehicles from and to Alabama. We are working nationwide, shipping vehicles across the United States. Thousands of satisfied customers. We are able to transport all kinds of vehicles, from luxury vehicles to unusable and usually inexpensive vehicles.
Put your trust in us; we will do all the job in a very safe way.
Customer satisfaction is our top priority!
Car shipping from Alabama
Car shipping to Alabama
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