Michigan to Vermont Car Shipping
You don’t need to stress about transferring your vehicle from one state to the other, as Tempus Logix is here to do everything safely, speedily, and at reasonable prices.
The company is licensed in the vehicle shipping industry and works with more than 25,000 carriers that provide up to 1 million insurance. Tempus Logix is bonded with FMCSA and USDOT. We have many years of experience transferring more than 10,000 vehicles. The company provides military car shipping, express car shipping, shipping for online car buyers, as well as shipping for heavy equipment, motorcycle shipping , classic car transport and boat transportation. Depending on our customer’s choice, the vehicle can be shipped with open or enclosed trailers.
We provide a calculator on the website that will estimate the quote for your vehicle transfer within a few seconds. Our professional staff will be available through live chat on the website if you have any additional questions. You can also reach them by calling at +1(818)942-7030.
If our customers want to transfer two vehicles at the same time on the same route, Tempus Logix will provide amazing deals as an appreciation sign. All students, soldiers, and returning customers will also get additional discounts.
Facts About Vermont
Let’s look at some engaging information about Vermont.
- The population of Vermont is 623,251.
- Vermont’s area is 9,616 square miles.
- The state is one of the six New England states.
- Each year about 1.5 billion dollars worth of revenue comes from forests that are about 78 percent of Vermont’s land.
- The nickname The Green Mountain State praises the Green Mountain Boys; an army created to protect Vermont’s land from New York. Later it was reconstituted to serve in the American Revolution, the Civil War, and the Spanish American War.
Places to Visit
Below are some famous attractions in the state.
- You can visit Stowe, which is everybody’s image of Vermont.
- The state’s highest mountain is Mount Mansfield. Visitors can find amazing views and more than two miles of ridge-top hiking. Rare arctic-alpine tundra exists here.
- Vermont’s deepest gorge Quechee Gorge was formed about 13,000 years ago by glaciers. It has continued to deepen by the ongoing action of the Ottauquechee River, which flows 165 feet below.
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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