While a small city in southern Arkansas (the 2000 population was recorded at just over 9,000 residents), the city of Monticello is an important one as it serves as the Drew County seat. One major draw for auto shippers to the city is the presence of the University of Arkansas at Monticello, which also contributes to a notable college student population. Monticello, Arkansas is located just south of Cane Creek State Park and is the last major city in Arkansas for travelers heading south to Louisiana and the Gulf Coast. The hot summers and mild winters that characterize the area also make Monticello a good choice for those that prefer to spend winters further south than their usual northern homes. Flooding, however, can occasionally cause traffic delays and infrastructure damage that can slow down auto shipments in the area, especially during the spring.
Highways 425 and 278 form a cross through Monticello, allowing for easy access to the city from all directions. Although many highways are also present in the eastern portion of the state, the most typical way auto shippers can access Monticello, Arkansas is from Little Rock in the central state. By doing so, large vehicles can benefit from travel along Interstate 40 from Tennessee.
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