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|Latitude:||28.5383 degrees N|
|Longitude:||81.3792 degrees W|
|Zip Codes:||32789, 32801-32812, 32814, 32819, 32822, 32824, 32827, 32829, 32832,|
|32834, 32835, 32839, 32853-32856, 32861, 32862, 32878, 32885, 32886,|
|Area:||Approximately 117.7 sq. miles|
|Time Zone:||Eastern Time Zone (ETZ)|
At SMB Auto Transport, we provide you the best auto shipping quotes in the city of Orlando, FL to relocate your car, truck, motorcycle, boat or ATV anywhere in the U.S. Part of the process includes providing you a free instant estimate upfront with up to 10 no obligation quotes to meet your auto transport needs. The city of Orlando is a common destination for many individuals. Whether you are moving, you have a student attending school or working in Orlando and living somewhere else, we have done some research for you about this fabulous city.
Orlando, Florida is a popular tourist destination. Located in Central Florida, it is the county seat of Orange County and the center of the Greater Orlando Metropolitan Area. The Greater Orlando Metropolitan Area has a population of 2,134,411 (2010 Census), making it the 26th largest metro area in the United States, the sixth largest metro area in the Southeastern United States, and the third largest metro area in the state of Florida. Orlando is the fifth largest city in Florida, and the state's largest inland city.
There are many reasons to move to Orlando, a few will be mentioned in this article. When you do, and you are looking for an auto transport company to move your car, we hope you will keep us in mind.
Orlando is nicknamed "The City Beautiful". The City symbol is the fountain at Lake Eola. Known as "The Theme Park Capital of the World," Orlando's attractions draw millions of tourists from the US and around the world.
The Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the thirteenth busiest airport in the United States and the 29th busiest in the world.
As the second most visited American city in 2016, Orlando's list of over 95 tourist attractions form the backbone of its tourism industry: Walt Disney World Resort, located approximately 21 miles southwest of Downtown Orlando in Lake Buena Vista, opened by the Walt Disney Company in 1971; the Universal Orlando Resort, which consists of the two parks of Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure; City Walk; SeaWorld; Gatorland; and Wet 'n Wild Water Park. With the exception of Walt Disney World, most major attractions are located along International Drive. Orlando is also one of the busiest American cities for conferences and conventions.
Like other major cities in the Sun Belt, Orlando grew rapidly during the 1980s and into the first decade of the 21st century. Orlando is home to the University of Central Florida, which is the second-largest university campus in the United States in terms of enrollment as of 2012. Orlando ranks as the fourth most popular American city based on where people want to live according to a 2009 Pew Research Center study.
Before European settlers arrived in 1536, Orlando was sparsely populated by the Creek and other Native American tribes. There are very few archaeological sites in the area today, except for the ruins of Fort Gatlin along the shores of modern-day Lake Gatlin south of downtown Orlando.
During World War II, a number of Army personnel were stationed at the Orlando Army Air Base (AAB) and nearby Pinecastle Army Air Field (AAF). Some of these servicemen eventually settled in Orlando. In 1956 the aerospace and defense company Martin Marietta (now Lockheed Martin) established a plant in the city. Orlando AAB and Pinecastle AAF were transferred to the United States Air Force in 1947, when it became a separate service, and were re-designated as air force bases (AFB).
When McCoy AFB closed in 1975, its runways and territory to its south and east were given to the city to become Orlando International Airport.
Orlando's climate has characteristics of a tropical climate, but is situated on the southern fringe of the humid subtropical climate zone, and on the border of USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 9B and 10A. There are two major seasons each year. One is hot and rainy, lasting from May until late September (roughly coinciding with the Atlantic hurricane season). The other is the dry, relatively cool season (late October through April) bringing less frequent rainfall, yet still with warm temperatures. Many characteristics of its climate are a result of its proximity to the Gulf Stream, which flows around the peninsula of Florida.
During the height of Orlando's humid summer season, high temperatures are typically in the lower to mid 90s °F , while low temperatures rarely fall below 70 °F. During the cooler seasons, humidity is lower and temperatures are more moderate, and can fluctuate more readily. The monthly daily average temperature in January is 60.2 °F. Temperatures dip below the freezing mark on an average of 2.4 nights per year.
Metro Orlando has a total of 19 completed skyscrapers. The majority are located in Downtown Orlando and the rest are located in the tourist district southwest of downtown. Skyscrapers built in downtown Orlando have not exceeded 441 feet (134 m) since 1988 when SunTrust Center was completed. There has never been an official reason why, but local architects speculate restrictions imposed by the Federal Aviation Administration, as the Orlando Executive Airport is located four miles (6 km) east of downtown Orlando.
Orlando is a major industrial and hi-tech center. The metro area has a $13.4 billion technology industry employing 53,000 people and is a nationally recognized cluster of innovation in digital media, agricultural technology, aviation, aerospace, and software design. More than 150 international companies, representing approximately 20 countries, have facilities in Metro Orlando. As a result, many families and individuals are moving to Florida to take advantage of the job opportunities. Auto transport companies receive a significant amount of requests to move vehicle to this city, more requesting this as their destination than moving from Orlando.
Orlando has the 7th largest research park in the country, Central Florida Research Park, with over 1,025 acres. It is home to over 120 companies, employs more than 8,500 people, and is the hub of the nation’s military simulation and training programs. Near the end of each year, the Orange County Convention Center hosts the world's largest modeling and simulation conference: Interservice / Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference (I/ITSEC). Metro Orlando is home to the simulation procurement commands for the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard.
Orlando boasts two state universities, University of Central Florida and Florida A&M University College of Law, as well as many private colleges.
If you are considering relocating to Orlando, this city is a paradise for the professional, the retired “snowbird” and the entire family (what kid or kid-at-heart doesn’t want to live near Disney World?). SMB Auto Transport will provide you with up to ten free quotes for you to choose from. We strive to make the process of obtaining quotes as effortless as possible for you. Please complete the online forms located on left side of our website. We will help find the right company to move your vehicle for you with no obligation. We truly are committed to your satisfaction!
If you are considering a move to or from Orlando, you’ll more than likely need to ship one or more of your autos. We’ll provide you with a "No Contact Information Required" estimate. When you are ready to ship, we will provide you with up to ten free quotes from ten different auto shipping companies. In fact, you can fill out one convenient form right here on our website and we’ll get you the quotes you need when you decide to ship your car, truck, motorcycle, ATV or even your RV. SMB Auto Transport is here to make your transition a little smoother.