Truck rental companies have their own rules and regulation when it comes to what you can put on a truck. Here are some items to watch out for when loading a truck.
What You Should Not Put in a Moving Truck
A guide to how properly dispose of your unwanted items including electronics and household appliances. There are many options out there, you can even make money out of them.
How to Dispose of Appliances and Electronics
If you are moving in a rental truck or container, check with your city if you need a parking permit when you arrive at destination place. Regulations differ from city to city so it is important to check the requirements for the particular city.
Parking Permit for a Moving Truck
Trailer is a great and efficient option to transport a small amount of goods. But you still need to load your items the right way. Here are some tips for you.
How to Load a Trailer
If you are planning on Do It Yourself moving, consider hiring professionals on both ends to help you with loading and unloading of your rental truck.
Moving Labor Services
Clark's Neck Mini Storage 5333 Clarks Neck Rd, Washington, 27889 252-946-9184
Cli-Co Storage Corporation 900 E 5th St, Washington, 27889 252-946-0698
Coastal Mini Storage 3928 River Rd, Washington, 27889 252-946-8462
Crown Self-Storage 2507 W 5th St, Washington, 27889 252-975-6100
Pamlico Mini-Storage 302 Gorham Acres, Washington, 27889 252-946-6600
Rutledge Mini-Storage Inc 1173 Old Bath Hwy, Washington, 27889 252-946-0579
T & M Mini Storage 425 Grimes Rd, Washington, 27889 252-975-3532
Moverscorp.com has provided these listings which are public information drawn from the local internet directories and from our partner companies. To inquire about storage prices, availability, and units sizes please call the phone numbers listed above. Remeber, the cheapest storage unit is not always the best value. Secure and clean storage facility prices are usually higher than other places, but it's totally worth it.