While packing and relocating, many people usually concentrate on what needs to be done in a new home and forget to protect their furniture. Don't think that nothing will happen to your furniture, damages do happen. Learn how to take care of your household items during a move.
Packing and Protecting Furniture
The USDOT number is required under the FMCSA regulation for Commercial Motor Vehicles that operate interstate. It allows Federal and State Agencies to track company's information.
What is a US DOT Number?
Preparing for the mover's arrival is an important first step. Here is a guide that will help you get ready in time and be ready for movers.
Preparing for Your Mover
Want to save money on your next move? Look around your home, do you really need to take everything with you? We all have some unwanted items in our home, are we ever going to use those items?
Sell Your Junk and Save On a Move
To ensure safety, there are items that professional movers will not move if they are not properly packed. When you move, there are so many things you have to pack, but there are things that you need to remember not to pack.
What Not To Pack
How to act when damages happen to your property during a move. This guide will walk you through the process of filing a claim for damaged items caused by movers.
Filing Claims for Damages
While moving on your own, you have to be extra careful of what you put into your rental truck. There are things such as flammable, perishable or chemically unstable items that you may not be allowed to take with you.
What You Should Not Put in a Moving Truck