A long-distance move differs from intrastate moves (moving within a big city within the state I’m in) and local moves (moving a short distance within a region within the state I’m in).
Moreover, cross-country moves are also known as long-distance moves, interstate moves, or state-to-state moves since they involve moving goods across a state line.
It doesn’t matter how far the move is, it requires special federal authorization. U.S. federal laws and regulations, including insurance requirements, are designed to protect consumers during, after, and even after the move.
A critical aspect of moving long-distance is knowing how to differentiate reputable long-distance moving companies from “rogue” or fraudulent long-distance moving companies. These are usually not really movers and hold customers’ property at risk for extra fees or scams.
Long distance moving quotes from Golden Glove Movers take many factors into account.
You will receive an accurate quote that is unique to your move. In addition to determining your moving cost, we consider the weight or volume of your possessions, the distance you are moving, and what services you require. Since all long-distance moves differ,
it is important for us to gather your complete information in order to provide you with a reliable moving estimate.
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