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Wisconsin is one of the most beautiful states to live or visit in the United States. Maybe your are relocating to Wisconsin 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 Wisconsin 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 Wisconsin auto transport quotes. You might be interested to learn a few fun facts about the great state of Wisconsin, for example did you know Wisconsin joined the United States of America after the American Revolution. Soon after that, numerous settlers came and started working in the lumber, dairy and mining industries of the state. Geographically, Wisconsin is bordered by the western portion of Lake Superior and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and in the east; it is bordered by Lake Michigan. Wisconsin is the 30th state to join the union and officially it obtained statehood on 29th May 1848. Wisconsin bears the nickname, “The Badger State” and unlike some other states, this name is not due to the animal but due to the habits of early settlers working as miners in the state. They used to dig temporary homes out of hillsides present near the mining site.
Wisconsin is the 23rd biggest state in the U.S. and has an area of approximately 65,496 square miles (169,635 km2). In terms of population, Wisconsin ranks 20th in the country and according to the official estimates of July 2014, the state has a population of around 5,757,564. The capital of Wisconsin is Madison, which is the 2nd biggest city in the state in terms of population. According to the official estimates of 2014, the city has a population of around 254,691. Milwaukee is the largest city in terms of population and has a population of around 599,642 according to the estimated projections of 2014. Other big cities in the state are Green Bay, Kenosha and Racine, which have populations of approximately 104,891, 99,894 and 78,065 respectively according to the estimated projections of 2014.
Weather in Madison is mild in summer with a peak of around 82°F (27.6°C) in the month of July. In winter, however, the State Capitol becomes extremely cold with an average lowest temperature of 11°F (-11.6°C) in the month of January. Major industries in Wisconsin consist of dairy products, farming of corn, machinery and tourism. Major imports to the state are sweaters, pullovers, soda, processors, controllers, lead acid batteries and spark ignition combustion engine parts. Chief exports from Wisconsin are tractors, civilian aircraft engine and parts, accessories and parts of motor vehicles and excavators.
U.S. Highway 12 (U.S. 12) runs east-west in Wisconsin and provides access to cities like Menomonie, Eau Claire, Black River Falls, Tomah and Mauston. U.S. Highway 18 (U.S. 18) also serves as a major connecting route from Madison to the southern part of the state. Interstate 94 (I-94) runs east-west in the state. It starts from Minnesota and joins Interstate 90 (I-90) near Tomah. Interstate 43 (I-43) is a major interstate highway which stretches a length of around 191.55 miles and is located entirely within the state of Wisconsin. It is also the 5th longest Interstate Highway in the U.S. Other than the highways, Wisconsin has a number of scenic routes as well. Door County Coastal Byway is an official scenic byway which has a length of around 66 miles and provides stunning and gorgeous views of Wisconsin’s Door Peninsula. Wisconsin Great River Road is also a beautiful route which provides artistic and amazing views of the Mississippi River and runs parallel to it, starting from Prescott in the north and ending at Kieler in the south. Wisconsin has fuel prices in the higher range when compared with other states in the U.S. The current price of regular gasoline in Wisconsin is about $2.71 per gallon. So whether you are shipping a car to Wisconsin or from Wisconsin, Best Price Auto Shipping has you covered.
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