I've only read about the first and last before; some more very rare ones are also confined to the South exclusively (this fact sheet is from Minnesota).
All the same, I find it comforting that in Europe I have to catch a tick to get bitten (I can easily avoid getting bitten by keeping to the road/track/pavement). In the US (apart from the casual ticks), Lone Star Ticks (range: LYME SCI: "Super-fast" lone star ticks are showing up in new places
) can run after me pretty fast and bite me if I'm not careful, and then transmit one of a number of diseases or Alpha-gal syndrome | CDC
EDIT: Some countries are more lucky: New Zealand has only one (introduced) species of tick that feeds on mammals, and it carries no diseases there, while Iceland has no mosquitos at all and very few (introduced) ticks.