Choose AutoTransport.com to Ship Car to & from Duluth, Minnesota.
Car Transport From
AutoTransport.com will assist with Duluth, Minnesota car shipping while mitigating any challenges with comprehensive route plans. The long haul cross country transport of your cars or trucks will involve specially fitted carriers that safely handle your vehicle’s specifications to facilitate smoother transport.
Duluth, Minnesota Car Delivery
Ship a Car to Minnesota Safely
Our car carrier trailers have the responsibility of making your Duluth motor vehicle hauling easier; which we have been successful at it for the last ten plus years. The fourth-largest city in Minnesota, Duluth is the seat of Saint Louis County and is situated on the northern shore of Lake Superior. Duluth is a major port city and the 2nd largest after Ontario’s Thunder Bay on Lake Superior, with the most populous metropolitan area. Sea-going freighters coming into Duluth use the Saint Lawrence Seaway and the great lakes waterway from the Atlantic Ocean and the twin ports metropolitan area for which the city belongs to is shared with superior, Wisconsin. A lot of grain, coal and iron ore are shipped through the Duluth-superior harbor, and the city serves as a major tourist destination for the Midwestern US.
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Auto Transport Planning
AutoTransport.com selects the most expedient and economical road or highway networks to deliver cars to and from Duluth, Minnesota. The northernmost endpoint for I-35 is at Duluth, Minnesota, while US-53 and US-2 stretch from Iron Range Cities through International Falls to La Crosse, Wisconsin, St. Ignace and International Falls. Car carrier consignments enter or leave Duluth to pass the waterfront and the aerial lift bridge on I-35, while the Richard I. Bong memorial bridge is a connector to superior on US-2. We traverse the John Blatnik Bridge on US-53 which is concurrent with I-535, and highway 23 cuts across from Duluth to Sioux fall in South Dakota. Route 33 and Highway 61 connect Duluth to I-35 and with Thunder Bay, Ontario while highway 194 is the spur route known as the central entrance into the city.