Ship a Car, Inc. offers decorated shipping service to people shifting their vehicles, businesses moving general freight and/or transporting heavy haul equipment as well as volume relocation services for dealers and organizations.
SAC is a dedicated and efficient transport agent with direct access to the largest plexus of carriers. One simple call does it all. When you go for Ship A Car, we deliver not only transportation but also we care for you.
We cast an especial light on certain matrix while providing services which are meant to be our ideals:
Contact a Ship A Car transport coordinator now at (866) 821-4555 for direct vehicle transport service to/from any residential or business location in the state of Maine.
Maine, the largest of the six New England states, lies at the northeastern corner of the U.S. It started functioning as the 23rd state on March 15, 1820, as part of the Missouri Compromise, which allowed Missouri to enter the union as a slave state and Maine as a free state. Maine is bounded by the Canadian provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick, and by New Hampshire. Maine is famous for its rocky coastline, and is the leading U.S. producer of lobsters and blueberries.
The state capital city is Augusta. With the abundance of natural beauty, Maine takes a nickname of Vacationland. Dirigo (“I lead”)- is the state motto.
The Downeaster passenger train, run by Amtrak, offers passenger service between Brunswick and Boston’s North Station, with stops in Freeport, Portland, Old Orchard Beach, Saco, and Wells. The Downeaster makes five daily trips.
Freight services also throughout the state are provided by a hefty number of regional and shortline carriers: Pan Am Railways (formerly known as Guilford Rail System), which operates the former Boston & Maine and Maine Central railroads; St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad; Maine Eastern Railroad; Central Maine and Quebec Railway; and New Brunswick Southern Railway.
Interstate 95 (I-95) runs through Maine, as well as its easterly branch I-295 and spurs I-195, I-395 and the unsigned I-495. In addition, U.S. Route 1 (US 1) starts in Fort Kent and moves to Florida. The eastern end of the eastern section of US 2 starts in Houlton, near the New Brunswick, Canada border to Rouses Point, New York, at US 11. US 2A connects Old Town and Orono, primarily serving the University of Maine campus. US 201 and US 202 flow through the state. US 2, Maine State Route 6 (SR 6), and SR 9 are often used by truckers and other motorists of the Maritime Provinces en route to other destinations in the United States or as a shortcut to Central Canada.
Maine provides passenger jet services at its two largest airports, the Portland International Jetport in Portland, and the Bangor International Airport in Bangor. Both are attended daily basis by many major airlines to various destinations like New York, Atlanta, and Orlando. Many minor airports are scattered throughout Maine, serving only general and non-commercial aviation traffic. The Eastport Municipal Airport, for example, is a city-owned public-use airport with 1,200 general aviation aircraft operations each year from single-engine and ultralight aircraft.
Private and state-run ferry services provide a vital link to Maine’s many island destinations. International ferries provide service to Canada from ports in Bar Harbor, Eastport and Portland. They also operate services to over 4,600 islands off the coast of Maine as well.