5 Responses to “East Coast Movers”

  1. Great idea. I would definitely attend the next movechat. Another interesting idea might be to start something similar in Facebook as most of the moving company have an account there too.

  2. Moving can be hassle free if planned properly. The steps given over here are really worthy. Still a question which creeps in mind of people who are about to move is What if we are cheated? Is there any law which abide such kind of flaws. Really keen to know.

  3. MovingGuru says:

    Yes. We are planning to write an article about how to proceed with movers that cheat or scam customers. Thanks for the tip.

  4. CB says:

    Thanks for the information. I’m having trouble navigating the US DOT site. Which link exactly is the one you recommend for researching moving companies’ licenses? What should we be on the lookout for?

    A lot of moving company reviews indicate that movers showed up in UHauls or even asked the client to book the UHaul. How can we ensure that the company has its own trucks that are in good shape? I noticed that one company has “2 power units” according to USDOT. What does that mean, and doesn’t that seem like a small number of big trucks to be registered to a NYC moving company?

    Thanks for your help.

  5. Chris hart says:

    The movers were nice , how ever the management staff is highly unprofessional , had multiple problems , they seem to careless about making it right or fixing the problem at hand , would not recommend

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