Washington to Florida Car Shipping

Washington to Florida Car Shipping

Indeed, timely delivery is one of the main concerns of customers, and it is the ability to meet customer requirements and deliver vehicles or services to the customer promptly.

Tempus Logix is a car delivery company, that is aware of these factors and how to deal with them to reduce the chance of delivery delays or rescheduling during your road trip.
Tempus Logix offers its customers open and enclosed vehicle transportation. Tempus Logix is certified in the vehicle shipping industry and bonded with FMCSA and USDOT. All the drivers are licensed, and the staff of Tempus Logix works with more than 25,000 professional shippers who provide 1 million insurance. To estimate the cost of your vehicle transfer, you only need to use our calculator on the website that’ll calculate the price instantly. The cost of vehicle shipping depends on some factors. These are: the size of a vehicle, traveled distance, pick-up /delivery locations, season, and insurance.

  We gain the customers due to our friendly and dedicated staff, and they turn to us again. Our main aim is that our all customers be satisfied with the beneficial services we do for them.

You can also get acquainted with Tempus Logix TERMS AND CONDITIONS for more details.

You can contact Tempus Logix through live chat on the website or call +1(818)942-7030.

From Washington (WA) to Florida (FL) the driving distance is 3,079 miles / 4 955 km

  Briefly about Washington

  •   Washington- is located in the northwestern part of the United States.
  •  It was named after George Washington, the first President of the United States.
  •  The administrative center of the state is the city of Olympia.
  •    The largest city is Seattle, with 6,830,038 (2011). In order not to confuse the capital of Washington with the state, the name of the township is often accompanied by the name “District of Columbia” (and in English – “Washington, DC”). 
  • The official motto is “Evergreen State.”
  • Washington is bordered -by the Canadian province of British Columbia to the north, Idaho to the east, and Oregon to the south. 

It has a water border with the Pacific Ocean from the west.

· Washington State has state highways and a well-developed ferry network, the largest in the United States and worldwide.

· Washington state has 140 airports, 16 of which are state airports.

State highways in the United States form an extensive network that includes bridges, the largest ferry system, and Washington State has 4 of the five longest floating bridges globally.

· Western Washington has a predominantly Mediterranean climate from the Cascades to the west, with mild temperatures, wet winters, autumns, springs, and relatively dry summers.

· There are volcanoes in the Cascade Range, which is much higher than the rest of the mountains. These significant volcanoes are Mount Baker, Glacier Peak, Mount Rainier, Mount St. Helens, and Mount Adams from north to south.

Washington is the 18th largest state with ​​71,362 square miles (184,830 km2) and the 13th most populous state with over 7.7 million people.

Most Washington residents live in the Seattle metropolitan area, the center of transportation, business, and industry on Puget Sound, a bay of the Pacific Ocean made up of numerous islands.

· The central part of the state consists of deep temperate rainforest in the west; mountain ranges in the west, center, northeast, and far southeast; and semi-arid basins in the east, center. 


  • Song – “Washington is my home.”
  • The bird is the American goldfinch, and the state fruit is the apple. 
  • The state vegetable is the Walla sweet onion.
  • The dance (adopted in 1979) is a square dance.
  • The state tree is western hemlock.
  • The state flower is the coastal rhododendron.
  • The state fish is the steelhead.
  • The state folk song is “Roll On, Columbia, Roll On” by Woody Guthrie. The state’s unofficial but widely accepted rock song is Louie Louie.
  • Grass -is a blue bunch of wheatgrass.
  • Insect – green dragonfly darker.
  •   The gem is a petrified tree.
  • The state fossil is the Colombian mammoth.
  • The state marine mammal is the killer whale. The state land mammal is the Olympic marmot.
  • The state seal – is depicted on the state flag


   Florida is located in the southeast. Florida borders the Gulf of Mexico, Alabama, Georgia, the Bahamas, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Straits of Florida and Cuba.

Florida – is the only state in the U.S. that borders the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean.

Florida(65,758 square miles) ranks 22nd in the area among the 50 states.

With a population of over 21 million; it is third-most populous.

The capital is Tallahassee.

The most populous city is Jacksonville.

The Miami metropolitan area(almost 6.2 million) is Florida’s most populous urban area.

Florida has 22 Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs).

Forty-three of Florida’s 67 counties are in the MSA.

The official name for a city, town, or village in Florida is “municipality,” There is no legal distinction between towns, villages, and towns in Florida.

Florida is a highly urbanized state: in 2000, 89 percent of the population lived in urban areas compared to 79 percent nationally.

The highway system contains 1,495 mi (2,406 km) of interstate highways and 10,601 mi (17,061 km) of non-interstate roadways, such as state highways and U.S. Highways.

Before constructing routes under the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, Florida began building a long cross-state toll road, Florida’s Turnpike.

Florida’s primary interstate routes include:

· I-4 (133 miles), connecting Tampa, Lakeland, Orlando, and Daytona Beach, connecting with I-75 in Tampa and I-95 in Daytona Beach.

· I-10 ( 362 miles ), connecting Pensacola, Tallahassee, Lake City, and Jacksonville, interchanges with I-75 in Lake City and I-95 in Jacksonville; and the southernmost east-west Interstate in the United States, terminating in Santa Monica( total length of 2460 miles).

· I-75 ( 470 miles), enters the state near Lake City (45 miles (72 km) west of Jacksonville); and south through Gainesville, Ocala, Tampa’s eastern suburbs, Bradenton, Sarasota, Fort Myers, and Naples, from the “Alligator Alley” to Fort Lauderdale having interchanges with I-10 in Lake City and I-4 in Tampa.

It is the second-longest north-south Interstate with a total length of 1786 miles and terminates at the Canadian border at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan.

· I-95 (382 miles), enters the state near Jacksonville. I-95 has interchanges with I-10 in Jacksonville and I-4 in Daytona Beach.

There are four utility routes associated with the Interstate. It is the longest north-south interstate highway with 1,924 miles and ends at the Canadian border northeast of Houlton, Maine.

The states in which we operate