Marquette is the most populated city in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and the county seat of the county in which it is located – Marquette County. Marquette is a major port on Lake Superior where iron ore shipments frequently leave to travel to Canada or through the St. Lawrence Seaway. Due to it’s location far North in Michigan, the primary concern for auto shippers traveling through the area is the cold weather and snowfall that occurs during the winter. Marquette is the 5th snowiest city in the continental United States and regularly experiences temperatures below 0 degrees Fahrenheit during the coldest months of January and February.
One of the major reasons that residents of Marquette use auto transport services like those provided by Budget Auto Shipping is to travel South to avoid the very harsh winter and back up to spend the summer in the area. Marquette is mainly accessed by auto transport services using two major routes, depending on whether the vehicle is shipped through lower Michigan or Wisconsin. From Wisconsin, Marquette can be accessed by using 41. From lower Michigan (necessitating a crossing of the Mackinac Bridge) the point of entry into the Upper Peninsula is Interstate 75 followed by a trip along Highway 2, 77 and finally 28.
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