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Kansas is one of the most beautiful places to live or visit in the US. Maybe your are moving to Kansas 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 Kansas auto shipping process. Fill out the short, simple quote form above, or call 800-691-2347 to start receiving Kansas auto shipping quotes. Also, you might be interested in learning more about the great state of Kansas, for example did you know that the state of Kansas for many years, Kansas has been home for many and varying Native American tribes. In the 1830s, Kansas was initially settled by the European Americans---however, the settlement pace quickened by the 1850s because of the political wars regarding the slavery issue. By 1854, as Kansas opened itself up to settlement through the U.S. government, Missouri pro-slavery settlers and abolitionist New England Free-Staters went to the territory to see if Kansas would be a slave state or a free state---hence, the area became a chaotic and violet place in the initial days when these forces collided. The abolitionists gradually won and by the 29th of January 1861, Kansas went into the Union being a free state.
The capital of Kansas is Topeka, with a population of 127,939. However, the largest populations in Kansas can be found in Wichita, which has a population of 385,577, Overland Park with a population of 178,919, and Kansas City with a population of 147,268. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Kansas as of July 1, 2014 was at 2,904,021. Kansas’ climate is grouped into three kinds: humid subtropical, semi-arid steppe, and humid continental. The all-time highest temperature in Kansas was near Alton on July 24, 1936 at 121 °F or 49.4 °C and the all-time lowest temperature was near Lebanon on February 13, 1905 at -40 °F or -40 °C. The major industries of Kansas revolve around agriculture (like wheat and other grains), automobile manufacturing, and aircraft manufacturing. Its main exports are civilian aircrafts, engines, and parts, while its main imports are parts of airplanes or helicopters.
At present, Kansas is served by two Interstate highways. Interstate 70 (I-70) is a main east-west route that connects to Missouri, Colorado, and Denver. The cities on this route are Kansas City, Bonner Springs, Lawrence, Topeka, Junction City, Salina, Hays, and Colby. The other Interstate highway is the I-35, a main north-south route that connects to Iowa and Oklahoma. Cities on this route are Kansas City, Ottawa, Emporia, El Dorado, and Wichita. Note that U.S. Route 69 (US-69) traverses north to south from Missouri to Oklahoma. It goes through the eastern part of Kansas through Kansas City, Louisburg, Fort Scott, Frontenac, Pittsburg, and Baxter Springs. As of April 28, 2015, the current average fuel prices in Kansas are $2.34 per gallon. So whether you are shipping a car to Kansas or from Kansas, Best Price Auto Shipping has you covered.
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