Nevada Auto Transport
The Flag of Nevada
The Seal of Nevada
The "Silver state" known for its large silver
mine industries is 7th largest state in size, the 35th most
populous, and 9th least densely populated of the 50 United States.
The capital of the state is Carson City and the
largest city is Las Vegas. Nevada is in the top
preferred state in the auto shipping industry.
A large part of the
state is mild dessert that experiences hot temperatures in the
summer and cold temperatures in the winter. The Humboldt River
crosses the state from east to west across the northern part of the
state, draining into the Humboldt Sink near Lovelock. Several
rivers drain from the Sierra Nevada eastward, including the Walker,
Truckee, and Carson rivers. Nevada location is one of the most
important one's in the West. There are several major interstate
routes that makes the auto transportation easy task to accomplish
(Interstate 15, Interstate 80, Interstate 515 , Interstate 215,
Interstate 580). I-15 is a very important interstate that leads
directly to the biggest city in the state: Las Vegas. Nevada is one
of the 7th state in U.S. with no individual and corporate income
Despite the major belief that this is the state of the "Sin city"
more and more people relocate there to find a new opportunity for
job in their fields. Nevada is one of the largest silver and gold
gain in the country. That opens up more jobs for people in the
metalworking, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals industries.