Arizona to Oklahoma Car Shipping
Tempus Logix offers its customers open and enclosed vehicle transportation. The company is certified in the vehicle shipping industry and bonded with FMCSA and USDOT. All the drivers are licensed. The staff of Tempus Logix works with more than 25,000 professional shippers who provide up to $1 million in insurance.
Due to our friendly and dedicated staff, we gain the customers’ faith, so that they will surely turn to us again. Our main aim is that all customers are satisfied with the beneficial services we do for them.
Oklahoma – is a state in the South Central region of the United States.
- It borders- Kansas on the north, Texas on the south and west, New Mexico on the west, Colorado on the northwest, Missouri on the northeast, and Arkansas on the east.
- Oklahoma is the 20th-most extensive and the 28th-most populated state.
- Oklahoma City is the capital and most significant.
The state’s name comes from the Choctaw words Okla, ‘people’ and humma, which translates as ‘red.’
The state is nicknamed “The Sooner State.”
- the Ouachita Mountains
- the Arbuckle Mountains
- the Wichita Mountains
- the Ozark Mountains
Oklahoma’s waterways form more than 500 named creeks and rivers. With 200 lakes created by dams, it has many artificial reservoirs.
Forests cover 24 percent of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma is in a humid subtropical region.
Much of the state lies in an area known as Tornado Alley, which is characterized by frequent interactions of
- cold, dry air from- Canada,
- warm, dry, hot air – from Mexico and the southwestern United States,
- warm, moist air- from the Gulf of Mexico.
Interactions between these three contrasting air currents cause severe weather (severe thunderstorms, damaging thunderstorm winds, severe hail, and tornadoes) with a frequency virtually unheard of anywhere else. The state averages 62 tornadoes a year, one of the highest in the world.
An anchor system of Interstate Highways generates transportation in Oklahoma.
Situated along with an integral point in the United States Interstate Network, Oklahoma contains three primary Interstate highways and four auxiliary Interstate Highways. In Oklahoma City, Interstate 35 intersects with Interstate 44 and Interstate 40, forming one of the most critical intersections in the United States highway system.
More than 12,000 miles of roads make up the state’s central highway skeleton, including state-operated highways, ten turnpikes, or significant toll roads.
- Bird- Scissor-tailed Flycatcher
- Fish-Sand bass
- Flower- Oklahoma Rose
- Wildflower-Indian Blanket
- Grass-Indian Grass
- Insect-European honey bee
- Mammal-American bison
- Reptile -Mountain Boomer
- Tree- Redbud
- Colors-White and green (vice versa)
- Dance-Waltz, Oklahoma Wind
- Folk dance-Square dance
- Instrument -Drum
- Monument-Golden Driller
- Rock song-“Do You Realize??” by The Flaming Lips
- Theater group – Lynn Riggs Players of Oklahoma
Fantastic places to visit
Great Salt Plains State Park- The Park is rich in scenery. It is pretty plain of sparkling salt; all that remains of the once vast prehistoric ocean is why it is called so.
While the endless salt landscapes are impressive, the state park also has plenty of great outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy. In the Park, the lake is suitable for swimming and boating and excellent fishing and bird watching.
It is noteworthy that the Great Salt Plains State Park is the only place on Earth where you can dig up selenite crystals.
Natural Falls State Park- is most known for the beautiful waterfall (75 feet/23 meters).
A basketball and volleyball court is on offer and a scenic hiking trail through the woods.
Chickasaw National Recreation Area- has excellent outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy.
The beautiful waterways, babbling brooks, and rushing rivers are lovely places for fishing, swimming, and boating.
Lawton- is the perfect place to visit if you want to learn more about the history and culture of the Great Plains.
There are informative and interactive exhibitions at the Museum of the Great Plains.
Beavers Bend State Park- is an admirable site with forests, shores, and riverbanks.
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge- 13 artificial lakes and plenty of scenic hiking trails and rock climbing routes are here. If you want to go camping and fishing, it is a splendid place.
The states in which we operate
- South Dakota
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- West Virginia
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- Washington DC