It has been written by a number of learned historians over the years, that what made Rome able to rise to prominence in centuries past was the quality of her roads, and no doubt, it is true. Perhaps the same can be said of America, and particularly of the state of Ohio, which is famed for the primary transportation routes that traverse the states, making travel, commerce and communication possible. Primary routes slice through the state from east to west, such as the US 30, which is the same route the pioneers once traveled, and which later became a section of the Lincoln Highway, the first paved surface in America to connect NYC with San Francisco. Ohio also lays claim to over 200 miles of the equally historic National Road which today is known as US 40. These history rich roads accompany Ohio's well developed web of interstate highways. It is difficult to imagine where places like Ohio would be today without the bounty of her highways and byways.
Nationwide Transport Service provides car transportation for people who are moving, vacationing, sending cars across country for business purposes or for sale. Without Ohio's exceptional system of ground travel, there would likely be no Ohio car transportation services. Nationwide Transport Service literally moves cars all over the country, for distances both great and small. For example, from Columbus, Nationwide will safely transport your carefully prepared automobile and deliver it, either to your front door or to a terminal where you can pick it up at your convenience, all the way to cities as far flung as Seattle (2500 miles), Phoenix (1924 miles) and Boston (760 miles) or as relatively close as Charlotte (430 miles), Newark (550 miles) or Detroit (200 miles). We run Columbus to Detroit auto transport, Columbus to Seattle auto transport and all other nationwide routes. Depending upon your specific needs, you can choose to send your car via an open transport truck or inside of an enclosed van. The latter is often recommended for very expensive cars such as those of a rare or exceedingly high-end make.
Additional mileage figures from Columbus to other major cities: