Texas to Missouri Auto Transport

Texas to Missouri Auto Transport

The easiest way to transport a car from Texas to Missouri

Texas to Missouri Auto Transport Experts

When you need to transport a car from Texas to Missouri, you need auto transport experts you can rely on. Through our advanced network of over 14,000 open and enclosed auto transporters nationwide, we can provide you with a safe and reliable way to transport a car from Texas to Missouri.

Pickup Anywhere in Texas Delivery Anywhere in Missouri

We provide direct door-to-door auto transport service from any residential or business location in Texas to any location in Missouri.

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Texas to Missouri Auto Transport Experts

When you need to transport a car from Texas to Missouri, you need auto transport experts you can rely on. Through our advanced network of over 14,000 open and enclosed auto transporters nationwide, we can provide you with a safe and reliable way to transport a car from Texas to Missouri.

Pickup Anywhere in Texas Delivery Anywhere in Missouri

We provide direct door-to-door auto transport service from any residential or business location in Texas to any location in Missouri.

Route Availability

8 / 10

Based on recent dispatch reports, the carrier availability rating from Texas to Missouri is 8/10.

Approximate Distance

700 miles

The center of each state is used to approximate mileage between locations.

Estimated Transit Time

1 - 3 days

Estimated transit times are based on carriers traveling up to 500 miles per day.

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RoadRunner Makes Shipping a Car From Texas to Missouri as Easy as 1-2-3!

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Getting a quote is easy with our online quote form, enter your origin and destination, select the dates you want to ship, and book your reservation online or by phone!

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"You can trust this company to provide excellent service and set your mind at ease with the delivery of your vehicle."

Trish A.

Miami, FL

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"I was able to get a quote and book within a few minutes. Simple and convenient experience - thank you RoadRunner!"

John T.

Houston, TX

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"The RoadRunner agent we spoke with answered all of our questions and kept us in the loop throughout the shipment."

Christopher G.

Cincinnati, OH

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"My car arrived in mint condition. The service was great and the personnel very courteous. Great job guys!"

Victor B.

Fresno, CA

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Shipping from the State Of Texas

Texas is the second most populated state in the US. It is also the second largest state in the U.S. It is situated in the South Central part of the United States. It shares a border with Mexico to the south and the US states of New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana. It's total area is 268,820 square miles (696,200 sq km). The state has 10 climatic regions, 14 different types of soil regions, and 11 distinct ecological regions. Its classification into different types of regions is thus tricky. One system of classification into the Gulf Coastal Plains, Interior Lowlands, Great Plains, and Basin and Range Province.

Texas to Missouri Auto Transport
Auto Transport Texas to Missouri

Shipping to the State Of Missouri

Missouri is a state located in the Midwestern United States. It is bounded on the north by Iowa; on the east by Illinois, Kentucky, and Tennessee; on the south by Arkansas; and on the west by Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska. The total area covered by the state is 69,697 square miles. The geographic center of Missouri is in Miller County.

The largest land area of Missouri, the Ozark Plateau comprises most of southern Missouri and extends into northern Arkansas and northeastern Oklahoma. Taum Sauk Mountain, the highest elevation in the state is located in this region. The area is well known for its forests, mountains, large springs, lakes and rivers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about the vehicle shipping process.


The cost of shipping a car from Texas to Missouri depends on the type of vehicle you are shipping and the timeframe you intend to ship. Calculate your Texas to Missouri auto transport quote instantly via our online quote calculator to get an accurate rate for your transport.


The estimated transit time from Texas to Missouri is 1 - 3 days. The approximate distance for this route is around 700 miles. Standard carriers typically travel an average of 500 miles per day. Expedited service is also available for shipments that require quicker delivery.


Shipping a car from Texas to Missouri with RoadRunner is as easy as 1-2-3. Step 1 - Calculate your instant auto transport quote and select a convenient time for pickup. Step 2 - Your vehicle is picked up from your sepcified location in Texas. Step 3 - Your vehicle is delivered to your specified location in Missouri.


No, we just need the vehicle and keys.


We accept all major credit cards, electronic transfer, postal money order, and bank/certified check for the deposit or full pre-payment of your shipment. If a balance is due upon delivery, it can be paid directly to the driver and can be paid in either cash, bank/certified check, or postal money order.


To get a quote for shipping your vehicle, you can either use our instant online car shipping quote calculator above or you can call (888) 422-7584 to receive a quote from one of our car transport pricing specialists. In order for us to calculate your quote we will need to know the location you are shipping from and to, the type of vehicle you would like to ship, and the date your vehicle will be ready.


The driver will get the car transporter as close to your door as he can legally and safely get. In most cases, the driver will be able to pickup and deliver directly at your door. Some cities may have restrictions on large trucks that prohibit them from driving into residential areas. Auto transport trucks are large and need lots of room to maneuver and turn around, so if access to the pickup or delivery location is restricted by narrow streets, low-hanging trees or tight turns, the driver may ask that you meet at a location nearby with a large parking lot, such as a grocery store.