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Indiana is one of the most beautiful places to live or visit in the US. Maybe your are moving to Indiana or just need to have car transported to or from here, either way at Best Price Auto Shipping we will guide you through the entire Indiana auto shipping process. Fill out the short, simple quote form above, or call 800-691-2347 to start receiving Indiana auto shipping quotes. Also, you might be interested in learning more about the great state of Indiana, for example did you know that the state of Indiana initially, the Territory of Indiana was put together as an incorporated territory of the U.S. This Territory existed from the 4th of July 1800 until the 7th of November 1816. It was then that the remaining southern part of the Territory of Indiana was included into the Union, being the state of Indiana, as it is now known. The capital of Indiana is Indianapolis, which is the largest city in the state, with a population of 834,852. The second largest city in Indiana, based on population, is Fort Wayne, with 254,555 individuals. This is followed by Evansville, with a population of 120,235. Generally, the entire population of Indiana was at 6,596,855 as of July 1, 2014.
The weather in Indiana varies from its extreme north to its extreme south, with the annual average temperature of 49 °F to 58 °F (9°C to 12°C) in the north and 57 °F (14°C) in the south. The record high for the state was 116 °F (47 °C) on July 14, 1936 in Collegeville, while the record low was -36 °F (-38 °C) on January 19, 1994 in New Whiteland. The main industry of Indiana and where most of its income comes from is manufacturing. Case in point, northwest Indiana, particularly the Calumet region, has the largest steel producing area in the country. Indiana’s top exports are medicaments, while its top import is the piperazine ring. The main U.S. Interstate highways in Indiana are Interstate 65 (I-65), I-69 and I-74. I-65’s northern/eastern terminus is US-Route 12 (US-12)/US-20 in Gay and its southern/western terminus is the Kentucky state line in Jeffersonville; I-69’s northern/eastern terminus is US-231 near the Crane and Michigan state line northwest of Fremont and its southern/western terminus is the US-41 in Evansville and I-465 in Indianapolis; and I-69’s northern/eastern terminus is the Ohio state line in West Harrison and its southern/western terminus is the Illinois state line west of Covington.
Moreover, the main U.S. state roads in Indiana are US-231, US-41, and US-31. US-231’s northern/eastern terminus is US-41 in St. John and its southern/western terminus is US-231 in Rockport; US-41’s northern/eastern terminus is US-12/US-20/US-41 in Whiting and its southern/western terminus is US-41 in Evansville; and US-31’s northern/eastern terminus is US-31 near South Bend and its southern/western terminus is US-31 in Clarksville. As of April 27, 2015, the current average prices of fuel in Indiana are $2.47 per gallon. So whether you are shipping a car to Indiana or from Indiana, Best Price Auto Shipping has you covered.
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