We write a lot of how-to guides that show you what to do and how to prepare for a move. And here is a hilarious guide to what not to do when hiring movers.
What Not To Do When Moving
Did you know that movers can not transport guns, batteries, explosive, and chemical items? Find out what else they will not be able to move for you.
What Movers Will Not Move
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?
All licensed companies, as required by State Law, must offer basic coverage in order to provide moving services in their local areas. But is it enough to cover your possessions? Here are some tips to learn about different moving options.
Hiring local day labor is another option to move. They might offer you flat or lower hourly rates, but there are plenty of scam artists out there. Therefore rather than taking the risk of dealing with day laborers that have not much of a track record, it is far better to hire professional movers that have been in the business for years. Another important factor to consider is their reviews.
Professional Movers vs Day Laborers
If you relocate to a new home because you began a new career or changed your job location, you may be eligible to deduct your relocation expenses from your taxes. Find out if you are eligible for it.
Deduct Moving Expenses
Information on how to move a gun safe yourself. If you are not up to a challenge or there is any possibility that doing so will cause harm, do not take a risk! We strongly recommend hiring services of professional movers to handle gun safes.
How to Move a Gun Safe
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