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Mississippi is one of the most beautiful places to live or visit in the US. Maybe your are moving to Mississippi 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 Mississippi auto shipping process. Fill out the short, simple quote form above, or call 800-691-2347 to start receiving Mississippi auto shipping quotes. Also, you might be interested in learning more about the great state of Mississippi, for example did you know that the state of Mississippi obtained its name from the Mississippi river, which forms the western border of the state. Mississippi is also called “The Magnolia State” because of the existence of plentiful magnolia trees in the state. Magnolia is also the state flower of Mississippi. Mississippi joined the United States of America as the 20th state on 10th December 1817. Mississippi has an area of around 48,430 square miles (125,443 km2 approx.), which makes it the 32nd largest state in the U.S. by area. Mississippi is slightly less crowded in comparison with the other states of the U.S. Estimates of the year 2014 reveal that Mississippi has a population of approximately 2,994,179. Jackson, the largest city in Mississippi according to population, is also the capital of the state. Jackson has a population of 172,638 according to estimates of 2013. Other big cities in Mississippi include Gulfport, Southaven and Hattiesburg. These cities have the populations of approximately 71,012, 50,997 and 47,556 respectively. Jackson, the state capitol, gets quite warm in July; with temperature averaging to 92°F (33.1°C). In winter, however it becomes cool with temperature averaging to 35°F (1.8°C) in the month of January.
Mississippi is an agricultural state and it generates most of its revenue from agriculture and farming. Other major industries in the state include textiles, oil, electronics and fishing. Major imports to Mississippi include crude oil, gear boxes for vehicles, compressors and pumps. Major exports from the state include automobiles, pigments, computers and cotton. The most historic highway in Mississippi is the Natchez Trace Parkway, which is a 444-mile long road having exceptional and breathtaking natural beauty. While having such splendid scenery around, it also reflects 10,000 years old history of North America. It was used by American Indians, settlers and also the future presidents of the United States of America, so it is a major piece on the chessboard of American history. Another famous highway in Mississippi is the Great River Road, which is around 2,069 miles long and borders along the Mississippi river through the states of Mississippi, Arkansas, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. It also covers almost over a thousand year old history of Native American civilization and ruins and battlefields of the Civil War. Other notable highways in Mississippi include Interstate 55, which passes through Jackson, New Orleans and Memphis, Interstate 10 which lies along the Mississippi Gulf Coast and Highway 61 which connects Mississippi River Valley to Greenville, Vicksburg and Natchez. Mississippi is one of the cheaper states of the United States of America in terms of gasoline prices. The average price for regular gasoline is Mississippi is about $2.38 per gallon. So whether you are shipping a car to Mississippi or from Mississippi, Best Price Auto Shipping has you covered.
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