Interstate Moving

What is an interstate move?

It is a move between two states – it is typically a long distance move. And an intrastate move is a move within the same state.

When moving long distance to a new state, your move is regulated under federal rules and authorities.  In order for a moving company to provide interstate moving, they must be licensed by the US Department of Transportation.  

Interstate moves require different licenses, equipment, and services and as such, not all movers can handle them.  It is important to verify that your move is federally licensed to perform interstate moves.

Plus, the pricing of these moves is determined differently than a intrastate move. Interstate move transportation prices are typically based on distance and weight of the shipment/move.

It is common for interstate mover to belong to a multi-location national van line, like Allied Van Lines, who have interstate authority and the resources to perform a move to a new state.

As a top Allied agent, Reebie are the Chicago interstate movers with the skills, resources and capabilities to manage your Chicago interstate move, anywhere in the country.

Need Chicago Interstate Movers? Call Reebie today to start your stress-free interstate move.

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