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Interstate Moving Specialists

Use Interstate Moving Specialists when you are preparing for your interstate move. Firstly there are some special things you should know. Also called, a cross-country move generally involves more difficulties than a local move. Most of the key differences depend on additional federal and state regulations. These make interstate moving specialists meet a different standard than local movers. These regulations protect your interstate move and help to prepare better. The following guide will describe all the important information you should know when moving cross country.

Moving Estimates

When you hire Interstate Moving Specialists for professional moving, their estimators will survey your home. They will define the approximate size and weight of your possessions that need to be loaded and moved. Additionally, you need to discuss packing, assurance and other unique services that you will need. Our professional moving team always customizes a moving package that fits your specific needs. This provides an interstate moving estimate with consideration of your budget.

The Difference Between Local and Long Distance Movers

It is taking more time to transport your belongings when moving interstate that accordingly imparts usually more risk. This is the main difference of interstate moves. To ensure that your things arrive safe, it will need some extra actions to secure your load. While federal regulations give us the less obvious differences between local and interstate movers. You need to be provided with some documents by your mover that shows  you the policies and procedures.  A copy of “Your rights and responsibilities” when you move. Finally a booklet published by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration are two main from them.

Laws and regulations

It is considered an interstate move if one’s belongings cross state lines during the relocation. There are regulations to protect customers and their goods during an interstate move:

You can check The legal status of a long-distance moving company by its USDOT number.

The registration (needs to be updated every two years) that is required  from moving companies to transport your things across state lines you can check with The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).

Moving companies are also required by law to carry specific insurance policies when  performing  interstate moves.

How much does an interstate move cost?

The farther you move the higher the cost of your long-distance move may get. While intrastate moves usually cost under $1,500, interstate moves cost upwards of $4,500. The main difference is that local movers charge their work by the hour. Long-distance movers charge mainly based on the weight of your transporting belongings. Each interstate move is unique, and your end cost will take into consideration different factors. Sizes of your new and old places, stairs and number of floors. Factoring the amount of heavy, fragile or other unique items that need to be moved will also determine your final interstate moving cost.