Rental moving trucks are measured by their overall length. They usually vary from 10 foot all the way up to 26 foot. So how do you decide what size truck is right for your home?
How to Choose a Right Size Truck
If you plan using a trailer for your move, it is important to properly balance the load for safe driving. Follow this step by step guide to load your trailer.
How to Load a Trailer
When it comes to hiring a mover, people automatically think everything is fully insured and covered by a moving company. But that is not the case. Learn how to protect yourself from damage and loss during a transportation.
What Movers Will and Will Not Cover
Do it yourself tips for packing and storing in a self storage unit. Learn how to stack your possessions properly to avoid damages and used the space the best way.
How To Pack a Storage Unit
A US DOT Number is assigned by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration for commercial vehicles that have a gross combined weight over 10,000 lbs. US DOT number must be displayed prominently on every moving truck.
What is a US DOT Number?
Renting a moving truck is one of the popular ways to move a small household. It's cheaper than hiring movers or helpers, but it requires you to load and unload your possessions. Here are some tips on how to load a rental truck.
Loading a Moving Truck
Before you move, we recommend you to find out the value of your belongings, and there are a number of ways to do this. Follow this guide to estimate the value of your items.
Estimate the Value of Your Items