Find out more about your rights and responsibilities when you hire a mover, FMCSA provides consumers with information that can be used while moving.
Moving Rights and Responsibilities
One of the biggest challenges of any move is safely packing and transporting glassware such as cups, dishes, bowls and etc. These items are very fragile and can easily break during a move.
How to Pack Dishes and Glassware
Almost all moving companies offer small scale assistance for local moves. The following is a simple guide on hiring a mover for small jobs.
How to Move Small Loads
If any of your items are damaged or lost during a move, it is your responsibility to document damages and file a claim. So, what is the process of reporting and filing a claim for damaged household goods?
Filing Claims for Damages
Not everything in your household should be packed up in boxes. There are some items are not allowed to be transported because of state rules and regulations.
What Not To Pack
When it comes to moving companies, there are two types: small and large. Each has their own benefits and disadvantages. How do select a right company for a job?
Small Movers VS Big Companies
Transporting a waterbed is a big process, you need to remove the water and drain it fully to disassemble. If you own one, here are tips on how to safely relocate it.
How to Move a Waterbed
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