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Shipping a car from New Hampshire to Florida- how much does it cost?

Review the main factors that control the cost to ship a car. Please, keep in mind that prices change weekly and that is why a price quote is good for one week only. Several factors play a role and it is important to understand that. The price does not depend only on the type of car or the type of car carrier. The distance matter, but it is also not the only factor. Please, check below for all factors that affect the cost to ship a car. 

Vehicle make & model

Smaller cars are cheaper to ship, while bigger vehicles are more expensive. Hence, the make and model of your vehicle affect the price.

Transport Type

Open auto transport is the standard and most affordable way to ship a car. Enclosed carrier costs more. So the type of carrier also affects the price.


More miles means less per mile. Shorter distances still consume gas and require the same amount of work, but in the end it is fewer miles traveled, which increases the price per mile.


Whether the car is coming and going to a major metro area or rural place matters. Fewer carriers travel to remote areas to pick-up or deliver vehicles.

Vehicle Condition

A vehicle that is not moving on its own power may require a winch or a forklift to be loaded. This increases the price.

Supply / Demand

At the end of the equation, we add current supply and demand. When demand is high the truck space is limited and this means higher prices.

Type of car shipping service to choose
Enclosed Auto Transport Corsia Logistics Porsche

Open auto transport is the standard vehicle shipping solutions. It works for all types of vehicles, and all distances. It is the fastest and the most affordable car shipping service. 

Enclosed auto transport is usually booked for high-end automobiles. It is perfect for your classic car or sports vehicle that cost more than $50,000. It is a premium service that provides full protection from road and weather elements. 

You may need expedited transport when and if you need your vehicle picked-up or delivered on an exact or by an exact date. This type of service cost more. 

A correctly quoted rate is a current market price that will ship a car now.

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Shipping a car from New Hampshire to Florida

From New Hampshire to the Sunshine State

New Hampshire is yet another state of many “firsts’. As one of the thirteen original colonies, New Hampshire declared its independence from Mother England six months before the Declaration of Independence was signed. New Hampshire was the first state to declare its independence and its constitution, which was adopted in 1784, and is the second oldest in the US. And because of that, and many other reasons, many residents stay and only go to Florida for the winter.

Cool facts about New Hampshire

 – The first American to travel in space was from East Derry, New Hampshire.

 – The very first potato to be planted in the US was also in New Hampshire. It was planted at Londonderry Common Field in 1719.

 – The first free public library in the US was established at Peterborough in 1833.

 – The state is made up of 10 counties, 13 municipalities, 221 towns, and 22 unincorporated places.

New Hampshire vs Florida Climate

Characterized by a humid continental climate, New Hampshire has short summers that are warm and humid, as well as long winters that are cold and snowy. While the national average of rain is 39 inches per year, New Hampshire gets 47 inches of rain/year. It also snows a lot in New Hampshire. The state receives an average of 67 inches of snow every year, which is almost three times more compared to the US average of 26 inches of snow per year.

Florida, on the contrary, has a warm climate year-round with lots of sunshine. Since the state is quite spread out, its northern part has a subtropical climate while its southern part has a tropical climate. Moving to Florida, the Sunshine State with over 1300 miles of coastline, is a great idea. Known for its beautiful beaches and warm weather, Florida can warm up the hearts of any newcomers. Home to over 21 million people, Florida is a melting pot of different cultures, languages, and people from all over the world.

Housing and Living Costs

Compared to New Hampshire, Florida cities can be less expensive when it comes to housing and living costs. This, of course, depends on where in New Hampshire you are currently living, and where you are planning to move to in Florida. But if we compare the capital cities of both States, the living costs in Tallahassee overall, are 3.2% cheaper than in Concord. Housing cost is one of the biggest factors that make living costs in New Hampshire much expensive. If you move to Tallahassee, you will find the median home cost to be 21% cheaper than in Concord.

Interesting sites and places to visit in Florida

 – The Fred Bear Museum in Gainesville — a tribute to Fred Bear’s accomplishments as a promoter of proper wildlife management.

 – The Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art in Coral Gables — the first and only museum in the US that is entirely dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Hispanic and Latin-American Art.

 – Saint Augustine Settlement — the oldest European Settlement in North America that was established 55 years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts.

 – There are lots of other attractions and interesting sites that have long history behind them, so stay curious once you settle in the Land of Flowers.

Register your car in Florida

Having your personal car at your disposal, no matter where you move to, is highly recommended. Especially when you move to large states such as Florida. In order to legally drive your car, you should register it with your local DMV. For more details regarding the documents you need, go to the official website of Florida DMV.

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