Household Goods Tariff Publishing

Interstate household goods moving companies are required to publish a tariff.  The tariff must be kept at the movers office and be available for inspection upon request should the FMCSA or a customer want to see it.

Among other things, a household goods tariff will include the rates that a moving company changes their customers.  The tariff will describe whether the company charges based on cubic feet, weight, or another method.  A household goods tariff will list rates for accessorial services such as stairs or long carry.  The household goods tariff will list the delivery timeframe and will describe the claims handling and arbitration procedure.

If you are an interstate moving company, the failure to publish a tariff can have severe penalties.

The Law Office of David Piotrowski publishes household goods tariffs for interstate moving companies.  The firm offers a simple “EZ Tariff” solution and a more advanced “Custom Tariff” solution for companies needed further customization.

Get your tariff published today!

Additional household goods blog posts can be found here.


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This article is courtesy of the Law Office of David Piotrowski, a California law firm representing landlords with eviction matters.

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