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Nebraska is one of the most beautiful places to live or visit in the US. Maybe your are moving to Nebraska 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 Nebraska auto shipping process. Fill out the short, simple quote form above, or call 800-691-2347 to start receiving Nebraska auto shipping quotes. Also, you might be interested in learning more about the great state of Nebraska, for example did you know that the state of Nebraska turned into a state on the 1st of March 1867 and was the 37th state in the U.S. to do so. It was then that the capital was changed from Omaha to Lancaster, which was subsequently renamed to Lincoln, after the assassination of then U.S. President, Abraham Lincoln.
As previously mentioned, the capital of Nebraska is Lincoln, which is the second most populous area in the state, with 268,738 individuals. The most populous area is Omaha, with a population of 434,353 and the third-most populous area is Bellevue, with a population of 53,663. Generally, the population of Nebraska was at 1,881,503 on the 1st of July 2014, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. There are two main climatic zones in Nebraska. The western part has a semi-arid climate, while the eastern part has a humid continental climate. Across Nebraska, the average temperatures are typically the same, with cold winters and hot summers. The highest recorded temperature in the state was 118 °F (48 °C) in Minden on the 24th of July 24 1936 and the lowest recorded temperature was -47 °F (-44 °C) in Camp Clarke on the 12th of February 1899. The main economic driver of Nebraska is its big agriculture sector, as it is a large producer of sorghum, soybeans, corn, pork, and beef. Their other significant economic drivers are insurance, information technology, telecommunications, manufacturing, and freight transportation. Nebraska’s main exports are the meat of bovine animals and the main imports are live cattle, other than for purebred breeding.
The major interstate highway, Interstate 80 (I-80) is Nebraska’s main route going east to west and was completed in the state in October 1974. Serving Nebraska is also I-76, going for a few miles; I-180, going to Lincoln; and I-480 and I-680, going around Omaha. I-129 also goes through Nebraska for a few miles in South Sioux City. The main U.S. highway of Nebraska is U.S. Route 77 (US-77). It is a major north-south highway, connecting Lincoln to the outside areas of the north and south. In addition, its main state highway is Nebraska Highway 2 (NE-2). A discontinuous highway with two segments, its eastern segment starts at Lincoln and ends at the Iowa border in Nebraska, while its western segment starts at the border of South Dakota northwest of Crawford and ends southeast of Grand Island at the intersection with I-80. Current average prices of fuel in Nebraska as of May 2, 2015 has been $2.467 for regular fuel, $2.498 for midrange fuel, $2.772 for premium fuel, and $2.674 for diesel. So whether you are shipping a car to Nebraska or from Nebraska, Best Price Auto Shipping has you covered.
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