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New Hampshire is one of the most beautiful states to live or visit in the United States. Maybe your are relocating to New Hampshire or just need to have your vehicle transported to or from here, either way at Best Price Auto Shipping we will guide you through the entire New Hampshire auto shipping process. Whether you need to ship one car or multiple vehicles we got your covered, just simply fill out the short, simple quote form above, or call 800-691-2347 to start receiving New Hampshire auto transport quotes. You might be interested to learn a few fun facts about the great state of New Hampshire, for example did you know New Hampshire, by January 1776, became the first of the colonies from British North America to have an independent government free of the hold of Great Britain. After 6 months, it was one of the original 13 states that founded the U.S. By June 1788, it was the ninth state to ratify the U.S. Constitution and is the first state in the U.S. to have its own constitution.
The capital of New Hampshire is in Concord with a population of 42,695 (the third-most populated city in the state). The most populated city in New Hampshire is Manchester (109,565 persons) while the second most populated city is Nashua (86,494 persons). As a whole, the population of the state is currently at 1,326,813. New Hampshire has a humid continental climate with basically the same precipitation all year, wet and cold winters, and humid and warm summers. The highest recorded temperature was in Nashua on the 4th of July 4 1911 at 106 °F (41 °C). The lowest recorded temperature was on top of Mount Washington on the 29th of January 1934. The main industries of New Hampshire are software, electronic equipment, tourism, lumber, and textiles. Its major exports are phones for cellular networks or for other wireless products and its major imports are oils.
Major routes in New Hampshire are Interstate 89 (I-89) that goes northwest from close to Concord to Lebanon, which is on the border with Vermont; I-93 that goes from north from Salem, Massachusetts to Littleton, Vermont; I95 that goes north to south shortly along the seacoast of New Hampshire, before it enters Maine; U.S. Route 1 (US-1) that goes north to south shortly along the seacoast of New Hampshire; US-2 that goes east to west through Coos County from Maine, going past the White Mountain National Forest and going through Jefferson to Vermont; US-3 that goes fully from the Massachusetts border to the Canadian border; US-4 that goes east to west through the southern portion of New Hampshire connecting Lebanon, Boscawen, Concord, and Durham and ends at the Portsmouth Traffic Circle; New Hampshire Route 16 (NH-16) that goes north to south in the eastern portion of New Hampshire; and NH-101 that goes east to west in the southern portion of New Hampshire, connecting Keene with the seacoast region and Manchester. Based on current averages, as of May 3, 2015, regular fuel in New Hampshire was at $2.565 per gallon, midrange fuel at $2.732, premium fuel at $2.883, and diesel at $2.910. So whether you are shipping a car to New Hampshire or from New Hampshire, Best Price Auto Shipping has you covered.
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