Moving with automobiles is pretty common. But what if you have more cars than drivers? If you’re moving across town, it’s easy to go back and forth and move your cars, but if your move is across the state or the country, the logistics get more complicated. There are ways to manage your move, however, including your vehicles. Take a look at three pointers from the pros.
1: Determine Your Move Date
The first thing to do is to determine your move date. Once you know when your closing is or when you sign your lease or when the kids start school, schedule your move with your moving company. Having the date down is critical.
2: Talk to Your Insurance Company
Most insurance policies cover incidents that could occur during a move, but it’s good to be sure. Contact your agent and verify your coverage for all of your vehicles, whether it’s a car, truck, motorcycle, jet ski, or snowmobile. Make sure it covers everything related to moving.
3: Consider the Costs
Many professional moving companies provide vehicle transportation services. Get an estimate from your movers on the cost of relocating your vehicles. It often depends on the size and weight of the vehicle, whether it’s operable, and the distance to your new home.
Are you moving and taking your automobiles with you? If you have more cars than drivers, you’re going to need some help. Nilson Van and Storage has got you covered. Contact them for a free estimate to transport your automobiles to your new home.