St. Louis is the largest city in the state of Missouri and one of the largest cities in the Midwest. The city sits at the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. St. Louis is sometimes referred to as the "Gateway of the West" because of its role in the westward expansion of the United States.
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American Auto Transport's St. Louis branch currently offers service to all major roadways in the St. Louis metro area. These roadways include, but are not limited to I-44, I-55, I-64, and I-70. Most reservations made for transportation along these roadways dispatch within 72 hours, so if you're looking for a quick pickup at a reasonable price, American Auto Transport is the company for you! Call American Auto Transport today at (866) 327-7863.
St. Louis is located at the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi in central eastern Missouri. St. Louis was once one of the most influential cities in the US because of its location on the western frontier. Its location on the Mississippi situated it between the eastern and western parts of the continental US, which led to its nickname as the Gateway City. The Gateway Arch of Missouri is a monument to the cities legacy as such. St. Louis is also renowned for its distinctive, St. Louis style barbeque.
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