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Chuck S wants moving quotes from cheap movers for his upcoming move to Omaha NE. He is moving from Wayne MI. His form indicates he has a 2 bedroom two story home. The primary items include 2 stereo components, 3 dining chairs, 2 desks, a breakfast chair, 4 kitchen chairs, a desk chair, a sleeper sofa, a 42 inch television, a 50 inch television, a porch table, and 2 sleeper sofas. Chuck thinks they will have around 100 cartons, mostly small. Other concerns and requests include: rates for moving a few items internationally. Movers-Moving.NET is appreciative to Chuck S for the chance to connect him with experienced movers in Omaha NE

State to State Moving Omaha NE - Rules, Regulations and Licensing

If you are moving your personal property or personal effects from Omaha NE to another state, this is known as "interstate moving". The US Department of Transportation regulates interstate household goods moving by way of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA) Household Goods Program. Interstate movers, also known as out of state movers, are required to be registered with the US DOT, and should have either a US DOT # or Motor Carrier # (MC#) or both. To find out a mover's registration status go to - Find Out About Nationwide Movers.

Interstate Moving Omaha NE - Rules, Regulations and Registration

If you are moving your furniture or personal possessions from Omaha NE to another state, this is known as "interstate moving". The US Department of Transportation regulates interstate household goods moving by way of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA) Household Goods Program. Interstate movers, also known as out of state movers, are required to be registered with the US DOT, and should have either a US DOT # or Motor Carrier # (MC#) or both. To find out a mover's registration status go to - Research Licensing for Nationwide Movers.