So Many People Are Leaving California For Texas That U-Haul Has Run Out Of Trucks

It turns out freedom is pretty popular.

People are fleeing California for Texas in droves and the reasons should be pretty obvious. Texas is a free state with a booming economy, open schools and reasonable COVID measures.

California is COVID crazy-land, high taxes, and tons of regulations.

So many people are leaving California that U-Haul can’t keep up with demand.

Breitbart News reports:

Report: Californians Leaving for Texas So Rapidly, U-Haul Ran Out of Trucks

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A recent report from U-Haul revealed migration to southern states has continued and Texas was the top destination for those moving.

“California and Illinois ranked as the states with the greatest one-way net loss of U-Haul trucks, and most of that traffic appears to have gone to Texas and Florida,” Fox Business reported on Friday.

“So many Californians are leaving the once Golden State that the moving giant says it ran out of wheels for them to rent,” the outlet stated.

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Texas was at the top of the list prior to the pandemic in 2016 and 2018, but fell to Florida in 2019 and Tennessee the next year. Now, it has retaken top place.

California’s net loss was not as bad as in 2020, but U-Haul said that was partly because the company “simply ran out of inventory to meet customer demand for outbound equipment.”

U-Haul put out this statement:

Texas’s growth is statewide, although some of its biggest gains occurred in the suburbs around the DFW Metroplex. Florida’s gains are equally widespread, with considerable growth south of Orlando and along both coastlines.

Overall moving traffic across Texas increased in 2021, as it did in most states. Arrivals of one-way U-Haul trucks jumped 19% while departures rose 18% over 2020. Arrivals made up 50.2% of all one-way U-Haul traffic last year in Texas.

Let’s just hope that these folks from California are leaving their liberal politics behind.


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