Texas has been kicked out of the number 1 spot on U-Haul’s annual growth report for the first time since 2015.
Since 2015, Texas has been sitting in the no. 1 spot on U-Haul’s annual Growth State Report. They take this measurement by analyzing the amount of U-Haul trucks that leave and enter each state in the US (excluding Hawaii) each year. In the past few years, Texas has had around 50.4% of the one-way U-Haul traffic in the state result from arrivals. Now, Florida has passed that arrival percentage with 50.6% of its one-way traffic coming into the state.
How accurate is this measure?
Although Florida may have the most relative U-Haul traffic coming into the state, it was not the fastest-growing state in the country. In fact,…