The rest of the state’s population is spread thinly across the other towns, and so this makes shipping of cars to these areas a bit hard.The only interstates that cut through Minnesota are the I-35, I-90
. The I-94 runs south-east from Fargo through Saint Cloud, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Bloomington, Brooklyn Park, Maple Grove, Edina, Minnetonka, Blaine, and then goes east in to Wisconsin
. While the I-35 begins north, from Duluth through Minneapolis. But still, Duluth is a difficult place to pick up cars, due its small population. Companies can hardly pick up 8-10 cars at once. I-90 connects the south with Iowa
. I-90 passes through long stretches of “lonely places”. It’s hard for truckers to have any reasonable pick.The western, middle and northern parts of Minnesota are very difficult to ship cars in a timely manner. These areas are very wide spread and hardly have many cars at any particular place moving to another area. So if you are in these areas or moving a car to these areas, you may have to seek for service in Minneapolis or be patient and wait for a driver to drive through your area.If you live in Minnesota or want to relocate, you must keep these points in mind whenever you are seeking the service(s) of an auto transport company:Insurance VerificationAny car transport company that is authentic should be able to provide on demand, documentation of insurance. If a car transport company refuses to provide documentation for insurance, it’s a clear red flag. And you should keep off such company.Reviews and TestimonialsWhen you go through what customers have to say about a transport company, you will be able to discover how good or bad the company’s service is. And this will give you a clear idea of your level of satisfaction, when you decide to use their service. It’s very important you check any company’s testimonials.Shop Pricing AroundYup, we are saying it. We want you to. When contacting the various transport companies, it’s important to be aware that there are not too many transport carriers available in Minnesota, and so you may want to seek the services of larger companies that are outside of the state with a large network of carriers under their belt.For example, we have a network. And it’s been researched and built over time. Either way, always do thorough research to know your best options.Check Rates and Make Sure Pricing is GuaranteedAlways look out for a surcharge or hidden costs. Our contracts are all inclusive, but believe it or not most aren’t. Some have loopholes saying they can inrease price if they ahve to and you accept this increase.You then have to decide want to pay for the surcharge if you weigh all your available options, and can’t find any other company when it may be too late.You have very limited options when shipping cars to and from Minnesota because of the uneven population spread, and limited access to interstate highways. Your best bet is to seek services from the two big cities Minneapolis and St. Paul if you are in a hurry. The carrier may have a terminal there for pickup.Call us at 800-284-7177
if you need help.