Illinois, outside of Chicago, really isn’t that populated; there are pockets of people, sure, but nothing on the scale of Chicago or even nearby Indianapolis. This can make it more difficult for carriers to run routes in or out of the state, but they are aided by several major interstates that ultimately run through Chicago (and, thus, various other cities in Illinois), so that generally helps keep transport prices down. During the winter time you may see increased prices, as Illinois can be known for its brutal winter weather, but on the whole most interstate routes are usually fairly clear and thus carriers that still run routes through the northern states in the winter shouldn’t have too hard a time accessing various parts of Illinois. However, you should definitely call and talk to one of our representatives about the specifics of shipping in or out of Illinois, as they can help you save money and time by giving you tips to make things easier.
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