Illinois Car Shipping
Shipping a car to or from Illinois? Read what customers say about using Rite Way:
Car shipping in Illinois
Transporting your vehicle to or from Illinois
The Land of Lincoln. The Prairie State. Home of “Da Bears.” “The Windy City.” Illinois is known by many names. With forests, farmland, cityscapes and rolling hills, this Midwestern state has a lot to offer—urban or rural lifestyle, a range of major-league sports teams, a diverse history and plenty of opportunities to be active both outside or indoors.
Illinois is also a hub, smack dab in the middle of the country, where a variety of corporate headquarters are located, including Boeing, McDonald’s, United Airlines and Walgreens. For this reason, many job candidates around the country find themselves relocating to the state. Alternatively, you may be heading there for a permanent change of scenery or extended vacation.
What to consider when shipping a car in Illinois
Whatever brings you to Illinois, you’ll want your car, truck or other personal vehicle with you for your commute, for social events or just to explore the state. You can choose to drive the vehicle yourself, but if you’re moving, you’ll likely have a long list of other things to sort out. If you’re traveling to Illinois for vacation and want your car with you, you may need to spend multiple days driving it there.
Auto transport is a convenient service for getting your vehicle to its destination safely. Depending on your vehicle make and year, transport distance, time of year and specific locations, the cost of your particular shipment can range from several hundreds to several thousands of dollars. Find the best value by working with a professional transport company.
Choose the best Illinois auto transport company
Whether you’re moving to Florida or are a seasonal traveler, military family or vacationer, you may want to have your car, truck, RV, scooter or boat with you in the sunshine state.
As you get started with your auto shipping in Florida, you’ll want to find a company you trust to do the job and get your vehicle to its destination safely. Rite Way Auto Transport makes it easy. We offer a personalized approach and will work with you every step of the way to ensure your vehicle is handled with care and arrives safely and on schedule. To get started, request a Florida car shipping quote or call 1-877-688-8801 to speak with an experienced customer service agent.
Fun facts about Illinois:
- For those with a sweet tooth, Twinkies were invented in Illinois, and the state is home to the first Dairy Queen (1940) and Nabisco factory—the largest bakery in the world.
- While the state is known for Chicago (the third largest city in the United States), 80% of Illinois’s land area remains farmland.
- The Chicago River is one of the only rivers in the world that flows backward. It’s dyed green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day every year.
- John Hughes filmed many of his iconic movies—The Breakfast Club, Home Alone and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off—in various Chicago suburbs.
- The Chicago Fire in 1871 destroyed over three-square miles of the city. By the early 1880s, the city was fully rebuilt, with many buildings reconstructed to look exactly as they did before the fire.
Illinois tourist attractions:
As the theme park capital of the world, Florida is home to Disney World, Universal Studios, Busch Gardens, SeaWorld and many more.
It has 175 state parks, 37 state forests, 12 national parks, preserves, seashores or monuments and three national forests.
Florida also features both cultural and historical experiences from around the world, including Cape Canaveral, Kennedy Space Center, Art Basel and the Ringling Museum of Art.
The Daytona 500, held on Daytona Beach, brings over 100,000 NASCAR fans and spectators every February.
Miami Beach invites those looking for an art scene, lively beaches and an active nightlife.
Chicago tourist attractions:
- Willis Tower, formerly the Sears Tower, was once the tallest building in the world at 108 stories. Its skydeck gives visitors a view out 50 miles.
- On the shore of Lake Michigan, Navy Pier is a 3,300-foot-long pier featuring restaurants, bars, amusement park attractions and sightseeing cruises.
- The Art Institute of Chicago is one of the oldest art museums in the world, featuring masterpieces by Degá, Van Gogh, Matisse and many other renowned artists.
- For those looking for a casual stroll and perhaps some shopping, the Magnificent Mile boasts hundreds of retailers, architectural buildings, restaurants and hotels.
- Cloud Gate, also known as “The Bean,” sits at the center of Millennium Park downtown. At 110 tons, the polished steel sculpture is one of the most iconic sights in the city.
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