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Bill of Lading Template for Household Goods

 

 This law office can create a Bill of Lading template for household goods for your moving company.  A household goods Bill of Lading is one of the required mover forms for every interstate household goods move. The Bill of Lading … Continue reading

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Information for People Moving Household Goods Within California

 

 I normally discuss rules and regulations governing interstate household goods moving.  However, there are specific state laws that differ from state-to-state.  The California Moving and Storage Association publishes a booklet called, “Important Information for Persons Moving Household Goods (Within California).” … Continue reading

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FMCSA Hours of Service Rules for Interstate Drivers

 

 The booklet outlines who must comply with the HOS regulations, defines the 14 hour, 11 hour, 60/70 hour rules, and the 34 hour restart rule.  In addition, the booklet discusses what is considered being “on-duty” and “off-duty.”  Exceptions to the … Continue reading

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50 Mile Visual Estimate Waiver for Household Goods Moving Companies

 

 Under 49 USC § 14104, a moving company must base it’s written estimate on a visual survey of the household goods if the household goods are located within a 50 mile radius of the location of the carrier’s household goods agent preparing … Continue reading

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Create a Household Goods Custom Tariff for Your Moving Company

 

 Are you a moving company that transports household goods across state lines?  If the answer is yes, then you must publish a tariff.  The law that details household goods tariff publishing requirements is found in “49 CFR 1310.” Failing to … Continue reading

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