New Hampshire Car Shipping
New Hampshire is a state within the New England area of the United States. It borders on Massachusetts in the south, Vermont in the west, Maine and the Atlantic Ocean in the east and the Canadian province of Quebec in the north. New Hampshire is the 5th smallest by region and the 10th most sparsely populated state in the United States. Concord is the capital of the state and Manchester is the greatest city. New Hampshire has neither a general sales tax nor an income tax, except on interest and dividends. The New Hampshire primary is the first primary of the American presidential election cycle. His license plates bear the currency of the state, “Live Free or Die”. The name of the State, “The Granite State”, refers to its vast granite formations and quarries.
New Hampshire has a well-maintained and well-defined network of interstate highways, American highways and state highways. The state road markers still depict the old mountain man despite the disappearance of this rock formation in 2003. A number of route numbers are aligned with the same route numbers in neighbouring states. The numbering of state highways is arbitrary, without an overall system as for the United States and interstate systems. The primary routes include:
- Interstate 89 runs northwest from near Concord to Lebanon on the Vermont border.
- Interstate 93 is the main Interstate highway in New Hampshire and runs north from Salem (on the Massachusetts border) to Littleton (on the Vermont border). I-93 connects the more densely populated southern part of the state to the Lakes Region and the White Mountains further to the north.
- Interstate 95 runs north–south briefly along New Hampshire’s seacoast to serve the city of Portsmouth, before entering Maine
- U.S. Route 1 runs north–south briefly along New Hampshire’s seacoast to the east of and paralleling I-95.
- U.S. Route 2 runs east–west through Coos County from Maine, intersecting Route 16, skirting the White Mountain National Forest passing through Jefferson and into Vermont.
- U.S. Route 3 is the longest numbered route in the state, and the only one to run completely through the state from the Massachusetts border to the Canada–U.S. border. It generally parallels Interstate 93. South of Manchester, it takes a more westerly route through Nashua. North of Franconia Notch, U.S. 3 takes a more easterly route, before terminating at the Canada–U.S. border.
- U.S. Route 4 terminates at the Portsmouth Traffic Circle and runs east–west across the southern part of the state connecting Durham, Concord, Boscawen and Lebanon.
- New Hampshire Route 16 is a major north–south highway in the eastern part of the state that generally parallels the border with Maine, eventually entering Maine as Maine Route 16. The southernmost portion of NH 16 is a four-lane freeway, co-signed with U.S. Route 4.
- New Hampshire Route 101 is a major east–west highway in the southern part of the state that connects Keene with Manchester and the Seacoast region. East of Manchester, NH 101 is a four-lane, limited access highway that runs to Hampton Beach and I-95.
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Car shipping from New Hampshire
Car shipping to New Hampshire
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- South Dakota
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- West Virginia
- New Mexico
- New York
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