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Are you moving to Idaho? If so, you should know that moving to another state is a difficult task. The only way to avoid any possible problems is to plan everything to the smallest detail. The first step in creating a moving plan is to learn as much as possible about the state you are moving to. If you are planning to move to Idaho, you might want to read about the state’s climate, laws, best cities to live in, etc. Another thing you should get more information on is Idaho’s transportation system. Since commuting will likely be a part of your everyday activities once you relocate, it is of crucial importance that you get acquainted with different ways of getting around. In order to make that task easier, we at USA Auto Transport have put together all important information into this short guide.

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    How Do I Get Around Idaho?

    Transportation infrastructure in Idaho is operated by the Idaho Transportation Department. Depending on where exactly in Idaho you are moving to, your commuting options will vary. For example, if you are moving to Boise, the capital of Idaho, you will be able to use ValleyRide buses or Amtrak train service. However, if you are moving to one of the smaller towns in the state, your public transit options will be very limited.

    Why Do I Need a Car in Idaho?

    Regardless of whether you are moving to a major city like Boise, or a small town, or even a village, you will probably want to stick to your vehicle. Keep in mind that Idaho is one of the most spread out states in the country, which means that getting from A to B might sometimes take hours. In addition, given the varying nature of Idaho’s climate, relying on buses all the time might not be a smart idea. Luckily, driving in Idaho is fairly easy. The state is served by a number of freeways, which make commuting a breeze. However, keep in mind that Idaho is among the few states that lack a freeway that connects their two largest cities. This means that if you are planning on traveling from Boise to Coeur d’Alene and back, you might want to plan your trip carefully.
    Major freeways running through Idaho are:
    – US 2, that spans over the Bonner and Boundary Counties;
    – US 12, that extends from the Washington state line to the Montana state line;
    – US 93, a north-south route that runs from Nevada to Montana;
    – US 95, a north-south highway that spans near the western border;
    – Interstate 15, that connects the state of Idaho with California and Montana;
    – US 20, that begins at the Oregon state line and ends near the Yellowstone National Park;
    – US 26, that begins at the Oregon state line, runs through Boise, and enters Wyoming;
    – US 30, that runs through Fruitland and Plymouth, exiting the state near McCammon;
    – Interstate 84, also known as the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway;
    – Interstate 86, a 63-miles long highway that connects I-84 to I-15;
    – Interstate 90, that connects the states of Washington and Montana through Idaho;
    – Interstate 184, an auxiliary highway of Interstate 84.

    If you wish to see a complete map of the state’s freeways and routes, click here.

    Open vs. Enclosed Trailer

    USA Auto Transport will make sure that everything goes smooth as silk with your car’s move. Your choice of car haulers include:

    Open trailers are the most common choice when it comes to auto transport. This method is cost effective, you will be able to get faster pickup times and you can transport more vehicles at once.

    Enclosed Trailer is a premium method which offers special transport when moving an expensive, exotic, racing, classic or irreplaceable cars. These types of cars need a little more care, that’s why only the most experienced drivers will be assigned to handle this move.