Florida is known for its beautiful beaches, wonderful people and great weather. But what you may not know are some if the finer points that Florida has to offer. So just read further and you’ll see why choosing an auto shipper to Florida is going to be easy…because you’ll want automobile shipping there after you read this.
Florida is actually situated on the outside of a large peninsula, consisting of the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic Ocean and the Straits of Florida. I didn’t even know that Florida had Straits. See what you can learn? It’s bordered by Alabama and Georgia. Boy, such diversity. Did you know that, during WWII, it was considered to be a prime attack target, so many air defense bases were built around the state. Interesting, huh? It’s also one of the largest states, third in total water area, and the largest after New York State east of the Mississippi. So, if you want open spaces, book your auto shipping to Florida today.
Did you know that Florida isn’t all “flat?” Actually, Britton Hill, FL is the highest point in the state…at a whopping 345 feet above sea level! This, in effect, makes Britton Hill the lowest high point in the entire United States. But besides that, Florida actually has many bluffs and vistas that can rise to over 1000 feet, and is also home to the largest swamp system in the United States: the Florida Everglades. Just don’t get lost on your way to your new home when you arrange for automobile shipping.
Now, I do have to warn you though, Florida’s schools have been ranked in the bottom 25% of many national surveys. Its colleges are great, though, but it’s the public schools that are in trouble. Jeb Bush has been repeatedly criticized for not helping schools enough, and some Florida schools have opted out of the No Child Left Behind Act, citing growing concerns of lack of funding and a basic lack of an education for their students. Don’t let this get you down, though, because Florida is a really beautiful state, and should be on the top of your automobile shipping list.
Florida’s weather is what really makes people want to go there, though. Technically, it’s a full-blown tropical climate (meaning lots of palm trees), but all that translates to is lots of sunshine, beautiful clouds, and hurricanes. But, hurricanes over Florida are generally weak, as they pick up speed in the Gulf of Mexico as opposed to over Florida. What happens is that warm water from the Gulf hits the cold water being churned in the Atlantic, and WHAM! Full into Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, virtually missing Florida entirely. Now, Florida does get the remnants of some of these storms, but they’re not enough to do serious damage.
Wonderful weather, great golfing and little, tiny hurricanes make up Florida. Why don’t you? When you call us or fill out our free online form, you’ll get 10 free quotes from auto shipper companies committed to saving you time and money on your automobile shipping experience.