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Recommendations and Requirements for Interstate Household Goods Moving Companies (From a Legal Perspective)

I often get asked by my moving company clients what they must do in order to comply with federal interstate household goods regulations, and beyond that, they ask me what they should do in order to protect themselves against liability.  This post will explain, on a general level, some of the more common questions that

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ProtectYourMove.gov is a Valuable Resource for People Needing to Move Interstate

Moving can be a stressful experience.  If you’ve ever had to move across state lines and hired a household goods moving company to assist you, that moving company must be licensed by the USDOT’s FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration).  The FMCSA publishes public-service brochures to help the public learn about the industry. The public

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Customer’s Responsibilities when Moving Interstate – FMCSA

As a customer, you have a role in making your move a smooth relocation experience. You should: Review the www.protectyourmove.gov website, including the “Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move” booklet and the “Ready to Move” brochure; Avoid any mover that doesn’t display its USDOT and/or MC Docket number on its website or other advertisements as

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