Auto Transport from Florida to New Jersey

This has to be one of our most popular routes. So many customers come to us year after year for our excellent service and discounts provided to our beloved snowbirds. Moving? You can take advantage of the volume we do. We’re Florida local, so we kind of know how it all works around here.

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October and November are the most expensive times of the year to ship a car on this route due to the high demand during snowbird season.

Rates typically drop significantly in early spring because the snowbird season ends and many people begin shipping their cars in the opposite direction, from Florida to New Jersey. Carriers prefer to have their trailers full to avoid losing money.

However, fewer people ship cars from Florida to New Jersey in the spring, so carriers are more willing to lower rates to fill their trailers as they head back south to pick up another load. Essentially, the demand to ship cars from Florida to New York is much higher in early spring, leading to lower rates for the reverse route.

Whether you are shipping a car from Florida to New Jersey during the busy snowbird season in late fall or during the slower early spring period, you can book a transport order with us within seven days of when your car will be ready for pick-up. We have strong relationships with carriers on this route, ensuring we can schedule and move vehicles quickly year-round.

The distance between New Jersey and Florida ranges from 1,200 to 1,400 miles, depending on the specific pick-up and delivery locations. A car carrier can typically cover this distance in about three days, meaning your car will arrive at its destination in Florida three days after pick-up in New York.

For an instant quote on the cost and duration of shipping your car from Florida to New Jersey, visit our website or call us!

How long does it take to ship a car from Florida to New Jersey?

Carriers can travel around 300-500 miles per day. If you take the total distance of your route and divide by an average of 400, you'll get the estimated number of days it will take to ship a car from Florida to New Jersey. Ih this case you are looking at 1000 miles, so 2-3 days.

But don’t worry, when you book the shipping, we give you the estimated delivery time for your specific Florida to New Jersey shipping when you reserve the order.

How much does it cost to ship a car from Florida to New Jersey?

There are a few factors involved. The first will depend on the specific pick up location in New York and the delivery location in Florida. It will also depend on the size and weight of the vehicle, the type of shipping which can be open or enclosed, and of course if it’s running or non-running.

You easily learn how much it will cost to ship a car from Florida to New Jersey by getting an instant quote with our calculator, or calling us at 800-284-7177. Use our easy steps.

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Consider entrusting your Florida to New Jersey vehicle shipping needs to NX. To simplify the process for you, we've devised a straightforward approach divided into three manageable phases:

  1. Request a quote and make a reservation online or via phone.
  2. Schedule vehicle pickup.
  3. Receive your vehicle at your chosen destination.

 

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Based on recent data from our shipping this year, 90% of vehicles in Florida get picked up in 1-2 days! (3-5 days during snowbird seasons)

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From Florida Auto Transport

We are primarily serving five main areas: northeast Florida, central Florida, southeast Florida, southwest Florida, and the Panhandle. We also service the Florida Keys, though less frequently.

The busiest hub for auto transport in and out of Florida is Miami, located in southeast Florida. Other popular cities in this region include West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, and Fort Lauderdale. We can quickly arrange transports to or from southeast Florida, especially Miami, although these transports are more expensive due to the southern location.

In the northern part of the state, Jacksonville in northeast Florida is a prime car shipping location and one of the best in the state.

Central Florida also offers excellent car shipping locations in major cities such as Orlando, Daytona Beach, Ocala, Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, and Lakeland.

In southwest Florida, cities like Fort Myers, Cape Coral, and Naples are strong shipping locations. However, keep in mind that the further south you go, the more expensive the transport, so Naples will cost more than Tampa.

In the Panhandle, Tallahassee is the top car shipping location. Other cities like Panama City and Pensacola depend on the destination of the transport. Carriers often prefer routes along I-10, which is a busy trucking corridor through the Panhandle, Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California. Transports to or from the Panhandle to the northwest, north, or northeast can be more challenging and costly.

The Florida Keys are the most challenging area to ship to or from in Florida. While we can manage these transports, they are rare and expensive. Shipping to or from cities like Key Largo, Marathon, or Key West will be the costliest. To save money, consider meeting a carrier in Miami instead.

Carriers rarely serve both coasts of Florida in the same trip. They usually handle either the east or west coast separately. For example, a carrier picking up or delivering in Miami will travel along the east coast with their current load.

As a door-to-door auto car shipper, we can ship to and from any location in Florida. Whether you're shipping to or from Key Largo, Jacksonville, or anywhere in between, we can handle it. For current shipping rates, get an instant quote online or call us.

To New Jersey Auto Transport

New Jersey is well-known for its extensive network of highways, which play a crucial role in facilitating the transportation of vehicles, including cars being shipped in and out of the state. Major highways such as the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) and the Garden State Parkway are vital arteries for both commercial and passenger traffic. NJ is also known as a snowbird state, where seasonal car shippers reside throughout the year until the winder, where they head south to warmer climates like Florida, Texas, and California.

People move to New Jersey for various reasons, including its proximity to major metropolitan areas like New York City and Philadelphia, which makes it an attractive location for commuters. The state offers a mix of urban and suburban living, excellent public schools, and diverse cultural experiences. Additionally, New Jersey's beautiful shorelines, parks, and recreational facilities are significant draws. However, some residents choose to move out of New Jersey due to the high cost of living, which includes relatively high property taxes and housing costs. The state's dense population and the resulting traffic congestion can also be a deterrent for some.

The New Jersey Turnpike is one of the busiest highways in the United States, stretching from the Delaware Memorial Bridge in the south to the George Washington Bridge in the north, near New York City. It is a critical route for trucks transportingto and from the Port of Newark and other key commercial hubs.Other notable highways include Interstate 78, which connects the state to Pennsylvania and New York, and Interstate 287, which forms a semi-loop around the northern and central parts of the state, helping to divert traffic from the more congested central areas. Interstate 80, which runs east-west across the northern part of the state, is another key route for commercial transport, linking New Jersey to the Midwest and beyond.

In terms of jobs and housing, New Jersey has a stong economy with key industries such as pharmaceuticals, finance, telecommunications, and yes, transportation! The state has a lower unemployment rate compared to the national average, reflecting a pretty healthy job market. Major cities like Newark, Jersey City, and Trenton are hubs for employment opportunities, attracting professionals from various sectors. The housing market in New Jersey is diverse, offering everything from urban apartments to suburban single-family homes. However, housing prices can be steep, particularly in areas close to New York City, contributing to the state's high cost of living. Despite this, the median household income in New Jersey is significantly higher than the national average, providing a balanced economic environment for its residents.

New Jersey, located in the northeastern United States, experiences a diverse range of weather throughout the year. Winters can be cold and snowy, particularly in the northern regions, with average temperatures often dipping below freezing. Spring brings milder temperatures and blooming landscapes, while summer can be hot and humid, especially in the southern parts of the state. Fall is typically cool and crisp, with vibrant foliage adding to the state's scenic beauty. This variety in weather allows residents to enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities year-round, from skiing and snowboarding in the winter to beach outings and hiking in the warmer months.

Get an instant quote to find out what your Florida to New Jersey auto transport will cost and how long it will take to ship!

FAQ

How do I ship my car from Florida to New Jersey?

The price we give you a fair price and the estimated time of delivery for your specific shipping route. From there you can book an order online or book an order with us over the phone. The first step is to get an instant cost quote on our car shipping calculator or giving us a call at 800-284-7177.

Do you provide open and enclosed car shipping Florida to New Jersey?

Absolutely! We have both open and enclosed shipping. You can pick on the online quote system or call us.

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX, and debit cards. You can pay a deposit and cash later or put it all on your card!

What's included in the instant quote?

Everything is included in the quote.  Taxes, Insurance, and all surcharges. No hidden fees with NX!