State-to-State Moving

What is a State-to-State move?

A State-to-state move is also known as an interstate or long distance move and is a move between two states. Whereas a local (intrastate) move is typically a move within the same state.

When moving state-to-state, your move is regulated under federal rules and authorities.  And your moving company must be licensed by the US Department of Transportation to move your household items to a new state. 

State-to-state moves require different licenses, equipment, and services. Not all Chicago movers can handle moves to a new state.  It is important to verify that your move is federally licensed to perform interstate moves.

The price of a local move is generally determined by the time it will take to move your possessions, and the number of men working on the move, but the price on a move to a new state is  typically estimated based on distance and weight of the shipment/move.

As the oldest Allied agent in Chicago, Reebie has the capabilities, experience, and licensing to manage your Chicago move to any new state in the US.

Call us today to start your stress-free Chicago state-to-state move.

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