Auto Transport Indiana
Indiana is one of the Great Lakes states and is centrally located in the country. However, the lake that touches the northern border of Indiana, Lake Michigan, is usually not a consideration for auto shippers. One major consideration for auto shipping providers is the large capital, Indianapolis. This is the largest capital city located in the portion of the United States east of the Mississippi River. Most cross state auto shipments will experience either direct or indirect traffic from the city of Indianapolis as Indiana has one of the largest population densities in the country.
The topography of Indiana is primarily flat as it is one of the “glacier states” where the land was carved by the retreat of glaciers after the Ice age. Indiana does experience some harsh winter weather from time to time that can cause some delays in auto shipping through the northern portion of the state. Also, Lake Michigan does cause some lake effect snow that can cause hazardous road conditions for winter auto shipping. However, most of the year, open car haulers are appropriate for most cars that are shipped through the state.
Major highways in Indiana include the I-64, I-164 and I-65. However, most of the major highways in Indiana are owned and operated by the state and are generally known for being well maintained and free of debris when compared to other states in the country.
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