Are you looking for auto transport services in Minnesota? Whether you're looking to transport your car via enclosed or open carrier, Relo Auto Transport has your Minnesota car shipping needs covered! We provide safe, reliable, and cost-effective car shipping to and from Minnesota and the lower 48 states. We're experts in the field and go above and beyond for our clients. Give us a call today and let us go to work for you.
Door-to-Door Auto Transport means exactly that. Our driver will pick up and deliver your vehicle as close to your door as possible.
Enclosed Auto Transport is for people demanding the utmost protection when transporting their car. Enclosed car shipping will protect your vehicle from all elements and keep you clean when delivered.
Open transport is the auto transport industry-standard method for safely shipping a vehicle.
Give us a call now for your free car shipping quote. We're standing by to assist you. We offer competitive pricing, and we'll do our best to beat any of our competitors' auto transport rates without compromising the safety of your vehicle.
Once you have received and accepted your auto transport quote, we'll guide you through our easy online booking process and get you all the information necessary to start your transport.
If for any reason you can not be there for the pickup or delivery of your vehicle, you may designate a friend or family member to release and accept your car. However, be sure you or your designated individual is available to accompany the driver for the vehicles' inspection.
Minnesota is a Midwestern U.S. state bordering Canada and Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes. The state contains more than 10,000 other lakes, including Lake Itasca, the Mississippi River’s primary source. The “Twin Cities” of Minneapolis and state capital Saint Paul are dense with cultural landmarks like the Science Museum of Minnesota and the Walker Art Center, a modern art museum.
Minnesota has been inhabited by various indigenous peoples since the Woodland period of the 11th century BCE. Between roughly 200 and 500 CE, two areas of the indigenous Hopewell tradition emerged: the Laural Complex in the north, and Tremplau Hopewell in the Mississippi River Valley. The subsequent Upper Mississippian culture, consisting of the Oneota people and other Siouan speakers, lasted through the arrival of Europeans in the 17th century. French explorers and missionaries were the earliest Europeans to enter the region, encountering the Dakota, Ojibwe, and various Anishinaabe tribes. Much of what is now Minnesota formed part of the vast French holding of Louisiana, which the United States purchased in 1803. After several territorial reorganizations, the Minnesota Territory was admitted to the Union as the 32nd state in 1858. Minnesota's official motto, L'Étoile du Nord, is the only state motto in French; meaning "The Star of the North", it was adopted shortly after statehood and reflects the state's French origins and its position as the northernmost state in the contiguous U.S.
As part of the American frontier, Minnesota attracted settlers and homesteaders from across the country, with its growth initially centered on timber, agriculture, and railroads. Into the early 20th century, European immigrants arrived in significant numbers, particularly from Scandinavia, Germany, and Central Europe; many were linked to the failed revolutions of 1848, and partly influenced the state's emergence as a major center of labor and social activism. Minnesota's rapid industrialization and urbanization precipitated major social, economic, and political changes during the American Progressive Era of the late 19th and early 20th centuries; the state was at the forefront of labor rights, women's suffrage, and political reform. Minnesotan politics, culture, and identity are reflective of this history and remain highly progressive by national standards.
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