Top Rated, Safe Auto Transport in New Mexico
There was a period when there were no vehicles moving back and fourth in New Mexico, however as the auto shipping and technology have intersected in a way that now the state is seeing some traffic, at least in and out of two central hubs. Hundreds of carriers not enter New Mexico’s borders. Either passing through the interstate and cutting through the state onto other locations, or even being based there, ready to move cars.
While choosing a vehicle transport company, be sure to stick to cities that are connected to the main highway. Many carriers will not deviate passed those locations. We’ll discuss those shortly.
Albuquerque is the central hub to work with in New Mexico, followed by Las Cruces and Santa Fe coming in at a close tie. The reasons are simple and can be summed up into two. Accessibility and Population. for example, Interstate I-40 cuts right through the northern part of New Mexico, so there’s accessibility. You will then have I-25 cutting through Santa Fe. Another populous area. As you can guess, where the is population there is highway and commerce, including cars being moved.
What about other parts of New Mexico?
The simple answer? Be prepared to wait and pay more. Some may calculate that it’s just 50-60 extra miles, and then at a standard, let’s say 40 cents a mile. But, it’s actually double the miles. It’s there and back. It’s also a premium if there’s other cars around in better areas. If a carrier can fill a truck without having to drive extra, and take longer on the trip they will ignore the car. Plain and simple.