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USA Auto Transport to Las Vegas

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Las Vegas, also known as the City of Lights is the most populated city in the state of Nevada. It is known world-wide for its numerous casinos and other forms of entertainment. Living in Las Vegas means never running out of things to do. With all its attractions, it is no wonder you are thinking about moving here. If you are serious about your relocation to the Sin City, you have probably already read all about its employment opportunities, costs of living, and other important characteristics. However, another crucial thing you should know about Vegas before you start calling it your home is its transportation system. For this reason, we at USA Auto Transport have created a short guide to getting around Las Vegas.

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    How Do I Get Around Las Vegas, Nevada?

    Public bus transportation in the Las Vegas metropolitan area is provided and operated by RTC Transit. Currently, there are 41 routes, among which twelve are 24-hour lines. The rest of them run from around 4 AM until about 1 AM. The system covers four cities – Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, and Boulder City. In addition, there is the Las Vegas Monorail, designed primarily for tourists, which serves the Las Vegas Strip.
    Intercity public transit is provided by several carriers, including Amtrak, Greyhound, BoltBus, Orange Belt Stages, and other companies. These lines connect Las Vegas with other cities, such as Bakersfield and Los Angeles.

    Why Do I Need A Car in Las Vegas?

    Let’s be honest – outside the Las Vegas Strip, public transit in Sin City is not that developed. In fact, if you are not planning to live within a five minute walking distance from your workplace, you should definitely take your car with you. Besides, getting around Vegas in a car is fairly easy once you get to know the city. Vegas streets are laid out in a grid (with several exceptions, such as Las Vegas Boulevard), which means that getting lost here is highly unlikely. In addition, Las Vegas is covered by a network of highways and freeways that make getting around much easier. These roads include:
    – Interstate 15, which begins in Primm and passes through Las Vegas on the way to Mesquite;
    – Interstate 515, which is a spur route of I-15;
    – US 95, which passes through Las Vegas from north to south, connecting it to Carson City and Reno;
    – Interstate 215, that acts as a part of the Las Vegas Beltway;
    – Clark County 215, which is the other part of the beltway.

    To see a comprehensive map of Las Vegas streets, roads, and highways, and get directions for your future daily commutes, 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.