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If you’ve never made a local or long distance move before, you probably have a blizzard of questions: "How much will I pay for my move?" "How do I choose a moving company?" "What’s the best way to plan my packing?" "How do I choose a storage facility?"

If you don’t know the answers to these and other questions, you get stressed, which clouds your thinking and makes you vulnerable to mistakes.

We at TopMovingCompanies.com believe that most of the stress of your move can be eliminated by learning just a few basics of the van line system and the interstate moving process.

Our guides on moving and packing are designed to acquaint you with all of the events you will face at every stage of the moving process, and our section on moving tips offers suggestions and reminders to familiarize you with the industry terminology, the documentation you’ll need, and your rights and responsibilities when you move.

All long distance movers on our Website are pre-screened for proper licensing, insurance and operating authority as a household goods carrier. This is verified through the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) database.

Should you have any more questions regarding your upcoming move, call us and one of our customer service representatives will respond to you quickly.