Transport to and from Oklahoma is relatively a good location for auto carriers in the East and West corridor. The location along the I-40, I-35 and I-44 works great for the East to West and North to South route for traffic. However there are some locations off there routes that can be difficult. These are the things that our auto transport specialist knowledge can work with to assist and complete your auto transport smoothly and cost effectively for you.
A Brief History of Oklahoma
- The area that ultimately became Oklahoma was first formed into Unorganized Territory (somewhat ironically) and was pretty much ignored by the United States until 1889 (Oklahoma was where many of the displaced Native Americans from the southern U.S., particularly Florida, were relocated to). In 1889 the U.S. passed the Indian Appropriations Act which opened up settlement of the territory of Oklahoma, and believe it or not there was actually a race for the best lots – people from across the country lined up along the border and waited for the official announcement that they could begin to settle the area, and then rushed into the state. Many cities in Oklahoma today were born on April 22, 1889, and the state’s nickname – the Sooner State – comes from this period (people who entered the border before the official time were called sooners, as they entered the new territory too soon). Read more about Oklahoma by visiting their official government website.
What to Expect when Shipping to or from Oklahoma
- The state of Oklahoma is not terribly popular when it comes to transporting vehicles in or out of it, but several major interstates run do run through the state which makes it a bit easier and cheaper to ship to or from major metro areas of Oklahoma. Perhaps the easiest city to transport a vehicle to or from in Oklahoma is Oklahoma City, due to the fact that it is the largest city in the state with a decent-sized metropolitan area and no less than three interstates run through it. I-40 is easily the most popular of them, as it runs east-west across almost the entire United States, and it connects with both I-35 (a major north-south interstate that services the interior of the Midwest north of Texas) and I-44 (a smaller interstate that runs from northern Texas through Oklahoma City and Tulsa up to Saint Louis, Missouri). Carrier availability will usually be a bit lower than if you were shipping from a more populated state, though the interstates bring carriers into and around various cities in Oklahoma all the time, so the wait should not be extensive.
How to get a Free Car Transport Oklahoma Quote
- If you are interested in getting a free car transport quote to ship your vehicle to or from Oklahoma, Webster Hauling can help you with it. We work with the best carriers in the car transport industry to get your vehicle moved from wherever you need it picked up from to wherever you need it shipped to. You can call us at 888-333-6343 for a free car transport quote, or you can take a minute to fill out our free online quote request form to the right and get a quote emailed to you within the next hour. We here at Webster Hauling are proud to help you with all your car transport or vehicle shipping needs, so call or fill out our form today to get the best service from one of the best companies in the industry.