Idaho and Oregon are two states in our primary car shipping region so we do a lot of Idaho to Oregon auto transports. You’ll see our own trucks as well as our partner carriers’ trucks travelling back and forth between these two states all year long.
The most common car shipping route from Idaho to Oregon is from the Treasure Valley cities of Boise, Meridian, and Nampa in Idaho to Portland, OR. This route is only about 430 miles and cars can be shipped on this lane in roughly one day. In fact, most car shipments from Idaho to Oregon are done in one or two days max.
We are a door-to-door auto transporter so we can ship a car from any location in Idaho to any location in Oregon. To find out what it costs to ship a car from Idaho to Oregon, get an instant quote online or call us at (800) 656-7638.
Carriers can travel around 500 miles per day. If you take the total distance of your route and divide by 500, you'll get the approximate number of days it will take to ship a car from Idaho to Oregon.
Example: The total distance from Boise, ID to Portland, OR is 430 miles. If you divide that by 500, you get .86, or approximately 1 day for delivery.
We provide the estimated delivery times for your specific Idaho to Oregon route when you get an instant quote.
It will depend on the specific pick up location in Idaho and the delivery location in Oregon. It will also depend on the size of the vehicle, whether it runs, and whether it will be shipped on an open or enclosed trailer.
You can see how much it will cost to ship a car from Idaho to Oregon by getting an instant quote on our website, or by calling us at (800) 656-7638. Further down on this page we also display the most recent quotes we've provided for transports from Idaho to Oregon to give you an idea of what it will cost.
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Based on recent dispatch reports, the carrier availability rating from Idaho to Oregon is 9/10.
The center of each state is used to approximate mileage between locations.
Estimated transit times are based on carriers traveling up to 500 miles per day.
If we can't get right to your door, we'll pick up your vehicle at an agreed upon location. We'll give you at least a 24-hour notice.
If we can't get right to your door, we'll deliver your vehicle at an agreed upon location. We'll give you at least a 24-hour notice.
J&S Transportation Auto Transport Reviews
|$551||September 24||Middleton, ID||Salem, OR||Car|
|$606||September 15||Boise, ID||Salem, OR||Car|
|$615||September 13||Meridian, ID||Portland, OR||Small or Midsize SUV / Crossover / Minivan|
|$1821||September 11||Nampa, ID||Portland, OR||Truck / Large SUV|
|$1071||September 08||Nampa, ID||Portland, OR||Truck / Large SUV|
|$593||September 07||Meridian, ID||Portland, OR||Car|
|$824||September 03||Rexburg, ID||Cascade Locks, OR||Car|
|$940||August 25||Twin Falls, ID||Sweet Home, OR||Truck / Large SUV|
|$794||August 18||Kuna, ID||Creswell, OR||Small or Midsize SUV / Crossover / Minivan|
|$838||August 18||Mountain Home, ID||Oregon City, OR||Cargo Van / XL Truck (450, 4500)|
When you look at the map of Idaho, it should be easy to spot the areas where shipping cars will be the cheapest and quickest. All the cities in southern Idaho along I-84/I-86/I-15 are your best bets. Those cities include the Treasure Valley cities of Nampa, Meridian, and Boise on the west, to Jerome and Twin Falls in the south, to Pocatello and Idaho Falls on the east. This is the primary corridor car carriers travel in Idaho. Anything outside this corridor is going to add cost and time to your transport particularly those towns and cities in and around the Boise National Forest and the Salmon-Challis National Forest.
As you head to northern Idaho, your best shipping location is going to be Coeur d’ Alene. We do a lot of shipping in and out of Coeur d’ Alene for the various car dealers we have relationships with there. It’s right on I-90 which is a very busy trucking corridor so it’s an ideal shipping location. When you get up into the panhandle to cities such as Sandpoint and Bonners Ferry, transports can get challenging so expect increased costs and time to get your transport completed.
The other thing to keep in mind is that sometimes winters can be harsh in Idaho. Cold temperatures and snow can wreak havoc on transports. As a result, be prepared for potential delays during the winter months and sometimes increased costs as well because there may be fewer carriers willing to serve the state during the winter. For example, if you need to ship a car from Texas to Idaho in late January and it's a bad winter, it could take a day or two longer to secure a carrier than it would if you did that same transport in the middle of summer.
We have been shipping cars in and out of Idaho for 20+ years so we have the experience to handle any weather Idaho throws at us. We also have strong relationships with carriers and rollback companies so we can handle transports from remote areas in Idaho to populated areas such as the Boise, Nampa, and Meridian. To find out what your Idaho auto transport will cost and how long it will take to complete, get an instant quote on our website or call us at (800) 656-7638.
The population of Oregon is mostly concentrated in western Oregon in the Willamette Valley, which stretches along I-5 from Eugene in the south up through Salem and into Portland in the north. Those are your best cities to ship cars to and from in Oregon. Grants Pass and Medford located in southwestern Oregon on I-5 are great car shipping locations as well. Carriers are constantly going up and down I-5 so anything along that interstate is going to make for a relatively easy and painless auto transport relative to any other location in the state.
Redmond and Bend, located almost in the center of Oregon, are very popular car shipping locations but transports there are actually very difficult (i.e. usually requires more money and more time to complete the transport). It’s a difficult area because it’s surrounded by forests, is along a mountain range, and isn’t directly connected to any interstates.
Another challenging car shipping area in Oregon is anywhere along the Pacific coast, along Highway 101. Any auto transport to or from this area will usually require the most money and the most time to complete. If you look at a map closely, you’ll understand why. Everything along Highway 101 is completely isolated from the rest of the state of Oregon. There is nothing but forests in between Highway 101 and I-5, and there are few roads connecting Highway 101 to I-5. Carriers are not serving anything along Highway 101 on a regular basis so those transports always require carriers to go out of their way just to complete a single transport.
To find out how much it will cost to ship a car to or from Oregon, get an instant quote online or call us at (800) 656-7638.
Get answers to some of the most commonly asked questions
The first step is to get an instant quote on our website or by calling us at (800) 656-7638. The quote will give you a current price and the estimated time of delivery for your specific shipping route. From there you can book an order online or book an order with us over the phone.
Yes! By default, our instant quotes are for open transports, but on the quote page you will also see the cost to ship a car enclosed.
The instant quote is all inclusive. There are no sales tax, hidden fees, or additional charges of any kind. Insurance coverage is also included in the price you are given!
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Yes! As a car carrier and licensed auto transport broker we provide liability and cargo insurance to cover your vehicle while it is being transported. However, you MUST have your personal vehicle insurance in place because we don’t cover Acts of God. Read our article about auto transport insurance for more details.