Shipping your car from University Park, Colorado to Baltimore, Maryland with Flat Price Movers
Are you thinking of leaving University Park, a prominent and well-maintained community that has it all? There are a lot of things you like about your home, but now you are thinking about Baltimore, the largest city in the U.S. state of Maryland, located on the Mid-Atlantic coast. But, before you get there, you will need us to help you because there will be a substantial amount of planning and organize to do before you leave your home country and arrive to settle in Baltimore. Flat Price Movers will help you with your University Park auto shipping needs.
The distance between your current city and Baltimore is nearly 2000 miles, and such relocation requires a whole new different level of preparation and implementation than local moves, so you will need a University Park auto shipping company which can provide you good organization, impeccable timing, and perfect execution that will reduce the stress of moving with a solution that includes all the driving and built-in storage options. Flat Price Movers will create a moving and packing timeline which will detail every single job you will expect during car transportation.
Then, we will offer you a wide variety of University Park auto shipping services designed to fit your needs:
- Open Carrier Transport
- Enclosed Auto Transport
- Terminal to terminal service
- Door to door service
Flat Price Movers offers affordable open trailer auto transport. Even this is the most common and cheapest way to ship your vehicle, we have to mention that your vehicle will be outdoors, on an open trailer, and will be exposed to the outdoor elements, but concerns about a car getting damaged while being transported on open carriers are often overblown.
If your car is an exotic, collectible, vintage, high end, sports car or a classic, you should choose to ship your vehicle via enclosed car shipping. Flat Price Movers will provide you the highest level of protection during car transport and also extend the most safety and security you may need during your move. Our team of enclosed car shipping experts will deliver your ride in the exact condition we picked it up in.
Let us do the work of keeping your vehicle safe during the car shipping to Maryland, or back to Colorado, so you can focus on another aspect of your long distance move. Now, here’s something to learn about your future home.
Home to approximately 2.7 million people, the Greater Baltimore region is the 20th largest metro area in the United States and the key economic center in Maryland. Baltimore has over 600,000 residents.
When it comes to transportation in the city, Baltimore can be described in one word – connected. As such, it’s easy to get around and see all that Charm City has to offer. The recently expanded Baltimore-Washington International, one of the fastest-growing major airports in the country, is located just 10 miles from downtown Baltimore. Major highway links between Baltimore and other cities are Interstate-95 and I-70. Interstate 395 runs south from Baltimore to Washington and Virginia, and I-83 runs north through the city toward central Pennsylvania. All these interstates intersect with I-695, the Baltimore Beltway, which circles the city. Those approaching the central city by car should be aware that most of the streets are one way.
Public transit in Baltimore is mostly provided by the Maryland Transit Administration. Baltimore’s highly regarded mass transit system consists of 850 buses, the Metro (subway), light rail, and the Maryland Area Rail Commuter system. A cheap day pass gives you unlimited access to Baltimore metro-subway and local bus routes. Just remember that whether it be weekend or weekday, the metro closes at midnight, so make alternate travel arrangements if you plan on carousing into the wee small hours.
If you prefer to meet Baltimore by car, this comprehensive map will help you . Car parking is expensive in the inner city, roughly $5/hr around the harbor area. Click here to find adequate parking spot.
The I-395 turn-off from I-95 will take you right into the harbor area, but traffic can be slow in the center of the city at rush hour. The average one-way commute takes 26 minutes. 85% of commuters drive their car alone. 9% carpool with others. 1% take mass transit.
What are you waiting for? Contact Flat Price Movers today to schedule your moving day and ask for any additional information.