Auto Transport Services to New Mexico

New Mexico originally was organized as a territory prior to the outbreak of the Civil War. Then, it comprised of all of modern-day Arizona and New Mexico, as well as parts of California and Colorado. By 1866, however, the territory was broken up, and the modern-day borders were essentially set. New Mexico achieved statehood in 1912, just months before Arizona. For the reason they used them as reservations for several tribes throughout the region, both states have large Native American populations. Are you thinking of shipping a car to or from New Mexico? Our guide on auto transport to New Mexico provides you with all you need to know.

Need To Ship Your Car To New Mexico?

With Mercury Auto Transport, car shipping to New Mexico is easier, faster and safer. We provide full New Mexico auto transport services to Albuquerque and Santa Fe.

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Car Shipping To New Mexico

New Mexico is currently the 5th largest state in terms of total area. Its population – which is just over 2 million residents – ranks it 36th out of all 50 states.

With a population of 550,000, Albuquerque is by far the largest city. However, there is little outside of Las Cruces (101,000), Rio Rancho (90,000), and Santa Fe (67,000). Rio Rancho actually sits in the Albuquerque metropolitan area (which explains its size). But that’s neither here nor there – what is important is what all these cities have in common.

This is the fact that they all sit along major interstates that go through New Mexico. The state itself is mostly uninhabited, as most of New Mexico is barren, uninhabitable desert. This is also a reason for the small pockets of humanity that are sort of spread through the state. They are connected only by the Interstate Highway System.

New Mexico Auto Transport

The main (and only) east-west interstate through New Mexico is I-40. It runs through the central part of the state, passing through Albuquerque and near Rio Rancho. Of the roughly 2 million people living in New Mexico, over 45% live in the Albuquerque metropolitan area. This makes Albuquerque easily the most important city in the state in terms of auto transport. I-40 sees most of the east-west traffic through the southern U.S. Therefore, many carriers will pass through Albuquerque on their way to more populated areas.

However, the lack of cities nearby means that many carriers will stop in Albuquerque to find new loads or drop off vehicles. That’s when they normally get their payment, allowing them to stop in Albuquerque. They find fresh cargoes, and earn some money before continuing their journey. Whether it’s west into Arizona, north into Colorado via I-25, south to Las Cruces and the I-10 intersection, or east into northern Texas and Amarillo.

Long-winded rant short: if you ship into Albuquerque or out of Albuquerque, you stand to save a bit of money as opposed to just about any other city. Also, you can read more about the state of New Mexico here.

Auto Transport Company in New Mexico

Looking for the best auto transport to ship your car to and from New Mexico? Mercury Auto Transport has got you covered.

You can call our toll-free telephone number at 800-553-1828 to speak to one of our experienced, professional auto transport representatives. They can answer your questions and help you on the path to a great auto transport experience. Call us or fill out our free online auto transport quote request form and get your car shipment started today with Mercury Auto Transport.

Visit our home page for more details regarding our process, types of transport, insurance, and helpful guides on Strategizing Your Auto TransportTop Ten Tips to Ensure a Safe Transport, and Vehicle Inspection.

In conclusion, the more you know about auto transport processes and procedures, the easier it is to select the right auto broker for your next move.

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