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Car Shipping To and From Georgia

Planning a move or trip can be stressful. Don’t add to the stress by driving your vehicle for countless hours. We can take care of that part for you! Auto shipping companies have the equipment and know-how to make vehicle transport in Georgia stress-free.

Keep in mind that not all auto transport companies are made equal. AmeriFreight has two decades of experience and boasts high reviews on all platforms. We are bonded, licensed, and insured and carefully vet the carriers that ship your vehicle.

For more information on shipping your vehicle to or from Georgia, use the form above to begin your free quote.

The State of Georgia

Georgia, a southeastern U.S. state, is well known for its beautiful farmland, mountains, coastal beaches, and famous cities. Atlanta, the capital city, is home to the extraordinary Georgia Aquarium and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. Savannah, another popular city in the state, is famous for its antique architecture from the 18th and 19th centuries, leafy bushes, and River Street.


Beautiful state parks and forests surround North Georgia, from the northeastern corner of the state all the way over to Cloudland Canyon in the northwest corner. The region is full of wooden trails, waterfalls, rivers, lakes, and streams and is the perfect place to enjoy wonderful mountain adventures. These are some of the activities that you can experience with your friends and family on your next trip to Georgia:

  • Hiking the waterfalls

  • Exploring Hiawassee, Dahlonega, and Ellijay

  • Visiting the Jack River Falls

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Exploring the Cities

If we head to the urban zones of the state, you’ll definitely love every single part of them. In the Iconic city of Atlanta, you’ll be captivated by the aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola, the Botanical Garden, and the national center for civil and human rights, among many others. In Savannah, besides exploring contemporary eateries, historical attractions, and famous world museums, you’ll be delighted by old-fashioned bakeries and food tours across town.


Georgia's coastline is more than 100 miles long and is the perfect spot for enjoying fresh salty waters and a quiet and relaxing paradise. Activities such as kayaking to a lighthouse, riding bikes to Jekyll Island, watching sea turtles, and trying fresh shrimp on St. Simon’s Island await you. 

Here are some of the best beaches to enjoy and take your best summer photos:

  • Otherworldly Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island

  • Pet-friendly Gould's Inlet on St. Simon’s Island

  • Rustic and private Little St. Simon’s Island

  • Family-friendly Mid Beach on Tybee Island


Culture and Art

Old buildings in Atlanta have been converted into bright pieces of art in recent decades. The Atlanta BeltLine has become the perfect canvas for both painted walls and outdoor sculptures, thanks to artists such as Greg Mike, Yoyo Ferro, and Squishypuss, as well as collaborative groups such as Tiny Doors.

Here are a few Atlanta districts where you can expect to see some fantastic street art:

  1. Downtown Atlanta

  2. Five Points

  3. Castleberry Hill

  4. Old Fourth Ward

  5. Summerhill

  6. Cabbagetown

  7. West End

Top Tourist Attractions

  • Savannah Historic District

It also has the largest urban historic area in the country, with proportions that are remarkably close to those of Savannah's original city during the Civil War.

  • Georgia Aquarium

It’s known as the second-largest aquarium in the world and the largest in the Western Hemisphere.

  • National Center for Civil and Human Rights

It’s a tribute to both the American civil rights movement and the global struggle for equitable human rights.

  • Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest

One of Georgia's most impressive expanses of natural green is the 750,000-acre Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest.

  • Pin Point Heritage Museum 

The Pin Point Heritage Museum educates visitors about the Gullah-Geechee culture and the methods used to locally can oysters, including the catching, packing, and distribution procedures.



There are many ways to get around Georgia in a quick, easy, and cheap way. If you’re looking for public transportation in larger cities such as Atlanta, you can take the bus or Metro. You could take a taxi ride if you need to arrive quickly at your destination. In Savannah, you can take the DOT, which is a fare-free service that travels around downtown. But if your plan is to explore the state, then driving your own car is the best option. Whether you ship your car to Georgia or rent one, that’s the best choice for traveling from town to town in a matter of hours. Car rentals are available at the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and in major cities, so it’s quite simple to rent a vehicle. Other forms of private transportation, such as Uber, serve in most cities and towns and maybe a bit more expensive but effective. Ready for a trip to Georgia? You’ll definitely love it.

Major Cities in Georgia

  • Atlanta 

  • Columbus

  • Augusta 

  • Savannah 

  • Athens