Indiana to New Jersey Car Shipping

Indiana to New Jersey Car Shipping

 If you need to safely transport your vehicles from state to state all over the USA, be sure that we will do our best to supply you with the best services. Tempus Logix offers its customers open and enclosed vehicle transportation. You can choose to transport various operable and inoperable vehicles such as military cars, boats, motorcycles, luxury, classic and vintage cars with open or enclosed trailers. Our company is certified in the vehicle shipping industry and bonded with FMCSA and USDOT. All the drivers are licensed.

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 our all customers be satisfied with the beneficial services we do for them.

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The driving distance from Indiana (IN) to New Jersey (N.J.) is 693 miles (1 115 km).

   Facts About New Jersey

New Jersey is located in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States.

  • The state’s nickname is” Garden State.”
  • The state of New York borders New Jersey on the north and east; the Atlantic Ocean on the east, southeast, and south; the Delaware River and Pennsylvania on the west; and Delaware Bay and the state of Delaware on the southwest.
  • New Jersey is the fifth-smallest state by land area (7,354 square miles/19,050 km2), but it has a population of about 9.3 million people. It is the most densely populated and the 11th-most populous state in the US.
  • The capital of New Jersey is Trenton, while the state’s most populous city is Newark.
  • The state’s highest prominence is Kitty Ann Mountain in Morris County, rising 892 feet (272 m). The Palisades is a line of cliffs on the west side of the Hudson River in Bergen and Hudson Counties.
  • As New Jersey has peninsular geography, both sunrise and sunset are visible over water from different points on the Jersey Shore.
  • Northeastern New Jersey is more wooded, rural, and mountainous. The dominant tree of the northern forests is the oak.
  • The Delaware Valley includes the southwestern counties of the state, which reside within the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area.
  • Forests cover 45% of New Jersey’s land area or approximately 2.1 million acres.

Major routes

New Jersey has 10 Interstate Highways, including four primary routes and six auxiliary routes. The longest is Interstate 95 (I-95), which runs 89.22 miles from Florence Township to Fort Lee. The shortest Interstate in New Jersey is I-278, which runs for two miles from Linden to Elizabeth.

The only special state route is Route 33 Business; U.S. Route 1 Business and U.S. Route 1-9 Truck are also present.

NJDOT numbers the county’s central statewide highway system in 500–599, which are known as 500 Series County Routes. Except for two counties, Bergen and Monmouth, all other county routes begin with 600. In Bergen County, there are 2 to 134 county routes, while in Monmouth County, there are 1 to 57. In addition to the routes beginning with 600, Ocean County has a system of minor county routes with numbers ranging from 3 to 111.

The New Jersey Turnpike – one of the most famous and busiest roads in the U.S.

The state’s climate

The climate in the southern, central, and northeastern parts of the state is humid subtropical, in the north-west humid continental (micro-tropical).

In New Jersey, summers are usually hot and humid, and winters are cold; spring and autumn can be characterized by large temperature fluctuations with lower humidity than summer.

Magnificent places to visit in New Jersey

Passaic River Great Falls- are a spectacular waterfall (23 meters high) on the Passaic River in Paterson. Nearby the falls is a National Historical Park. 

Parsippany-Troy Meadows – is a beautiful freshwater marsh located within the Whippany River Watershed in the Passaic River Basin. It has many threatened and endangered species of flora and fauna. 

Seaside Heights- is a beachside is a lovely place for tourists. There are souvenir shops, two amusement piers arcades, and low-key dining experiences.

Clinton –is a beautiful small town in Hunterdon County and the famous landmarks are The Red Mill and the Stone Mill.

Long Beach Island and Barnegat Lighthouseis a Beach Haven and Ship Bottom, where you’ll find most activities such as water parks and even a miniature golf course. Climbing Barnegat lighthouse, the visitor will admire the spectacular views of Long Beach Island, Barnegat Bay, and the Atlantic Ocean.

Painted house in Cape May- often referred to as the “Painted Ladies”- is a beautiful collection of Victorian homes and a National Historic Landmark.

Allaire State Park- is part of the New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail and offers peaceful walks in the beautiful scenery. The Park is best known for its restored 19th-century ironworks.

Edgemont Parkin- In winter, the Park is a stunning sight. In winter, the ice freezes to a level that enables safe ice skating in one of the most beautiful locations in New Jersey.

Point Pleasant Beach- is one of the most popular New Jersey beaches.

Ocean Grove- is one of New Jersey’s crown jewels. Visitors often come to this quiet area to enjoy the natural beauty.

Hoboken-waterfront offers excellent views of the Manhattan skyline, especially at night. It has a lot of great restaurants with food from almost every part of the world. 

Warrington Plaza clocktower in Hoboken- this is a new look at an old historic landmark. On the side of the building is written Lackawanna.

Atlantic City, New Jersey- tourists can enjoy shopping and surfing, and fishing in certain areas. At night you can enjoy the beauty of the nightlife. Attend a show at The Borgata or have a drink at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

Delaware Water Gap and the Worthington State Forest – These are great places for nature lovers, surrounded by beautiful lush greenery and various hiking trails. Worthington State Forest is a fantastic place: you can camp for the night or make a hiking trail for the day.

Paterson Great Falls- is beautiful, also you can visit Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park to learn more about the Falls and their incredible history. 

Liberty State Park – is very scenic and one of the best places to visit in New Jersey. You’ll be admired by stunning views of the New York City skyline and Ellis Island. Across the Hudson River, you can see the city as it glitters at night.

Six Flags Great Adventure- is the most popular amusement park in New Jersey. Wild Safari and Hurricane Harbor Water Park are two partner parks of Six Flags.

Monmouth Battlefield State Park – A the critical battle of the American Revolutionary War took place in this Parkin June 1778.

Liberty Science Center –helps you and your children explore the world around you. There is a mini-zoo where you can learn about different wildlife and how to keep their environment safe.

New Jersey State Museum – Exhibits include a Fine Art Gallery, a Paleo Lab where you learn about fossils, and a Planetarium. They have an excellent array of exhibits, including one dedicated to Sharks.

Thomas Edison National Historical Park- traveling here, you must visit Thomas Edison’s home and laboratory as it was back in his time. 

Watchung Reservation – This is another place that will appeal to nature lovers and outdoor adventurers. The reservation runs primarily through Mountainside, New Jersey, and has hiking trails, picnic areas, and campgrounds. Some courses even have beautiful waterfalls.

South Mountain Reservation- is the best place for hiking and waterfalls to enjoy along the way. 

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