Taking its name from the Spanish phrase “mountain view,” Sierra Vista, Arizona is home to around 43,000 residents, many of who reside in the city during the winter months (often referred to as “snowbirds” in the auto shipping industry). The city is situated about 70 miles southeast of Tucson, but is otherwise isolated from the surrounding area due to its limited access from major highways. Compounding the problem is the reason for the city’s name, the surrounding five mountain ranges. From many parts of the city, residents can view the Mule Mountains, Mustang Mountains, Huachuca Mountains, Whetstone Mountains, and Dragoon Mountains.
Auto haulers traveling along Interstate 10 in the north can travel south to Sierra Vista via Highway 90, which runs through Kartchner Caverns State Park. Travelers in the south can use Highway 191 and Highway 92 to enter the city from the south. Sierra Vista acts as the commercial capital for Cochise County, which sometimes increases auto shipping demand to the area from other parts of the United States. The city also has a substantial population employed by nearby Fort Huachuca. In fact, almost half of the people working in Sierra Vista are employed by government entities.
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