Arkansas to Tennessee Car Shipping
If you would like to send your car from Arkansas to Tennessee, we can help. THE BEST SERVICE AT THE MOST AFFORDABLE PRICE. We are proud of being the most trusted car dealer in Uship in 2021 with the lowest cancellation rate.
Tempus Logix is a licensed car shipping company. It is bonded with FMCSA and USDOT that will make the transferring process safe and affordable without you having to worry about anything. We offer the best car delivery experience at the lowest price. Our Tempus Logix team is always ready to answer customer questions and guide them throughout the process. Booking your delivery with us guarantees uninterrupted delivery of your car without headaches. We have different services. Shipping time is 1-5 working days from the first available pick-up day.
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Our carriers prefer to travel from Arkansas to Tennessee on Highway # 40. Interstate 40 (I-40) is the main east-west interstate highway that runs through the south-central part of the United States. The third longest interstate highway in the country (after I-90 and I-80), its western end is at I-15 in Barstow, California, while its eastern end is at US 117 (US 117) and the U.S. route at the same time.
NC132 in Wilmington, North Carolina. Most of the western part of the I-40, from Barstow to Oklahoma City, runs parallel to or covers historic U.S. 66. The route east from Oklahoma City is usually similar to U.S. 64 and U.S. 70.
In Pulaski County, I-40 is now moving southeast, approaching Maumelle. It continues in this direction until it reaches I-430, which provides access to the western part of Little Rock. Further southeast, near the Arkansas River, the route has a high-volume interchange as the northern terminus of I-30 and simulcast routes with U.S. 67 / US 167; U.S. 65 turns south at this intersection, breaking the conveyor belt at Conway. I-40 (now US 677 և US 167 concurrently) continues 1.5 miles (2.4 km) east until U.S. 67 / US 167 simultaneously leans north as a separate Northeast Expressway. . From this point on, I-40 begins to run parallel to U.S. 70 rather than U.S. 64, which was more or less a similar route to Conway. The Interstate route continues east to intersect I-440 / AR 440 Synchrony before entering the Lonoke area. Passing through Lonoke, the way travels through the Arkansas countryside in straight lines with relatively few intersections that coincide with U.S. 63 at Hazen and meet U.S. 49 / AR 17 at Brinkley. Entering St. Francis, I-40 crosses northeast at Forest City, intersecting with AR 1. Continuing northeast, I-40 enters Creetenden County, intersecting with U.S. 79 at Shearville and West Memphis.
The highway continues northeast to the I-55 interchange; the two routes run 3.1 miles (5.0 km) parallel to the east. I-40 continues east over the Hernando de Soto Bridge over the Mississippi River. The Tennessee border runs down the middle of the river, with Memphis, Tennessee beginning just east of the bridge.
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