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The Meaning of US DOT Numbers
US DOT numbers are an important piece of information that will let you in on a moving company’s prior history and let you know where the company is legally allowed to operate, as well as if they company is legitimate and reputable. These numbers are important and can help you in your decision of whether or not to hire a moving company.
What is Moving Labor?
Need just a little assistance for your move? Moving labor can pack and/or load your goods into your truck rental for a partial DIY move.
How to Find Piano Movers
Pianos make a wonderful addition to any home. However, when moving to a new home, transporting these instruments can be a hassle. Since all pianos are large, fragile, and expensive, the best option is to have professionals handle the move rather than doing it yourself. While many moving companies have experience moving pianos, you might feel more comfortable using a company that specializes only in moving the instruments.
Reasons for Moving
There are many reasons why a person or a family might choose to move. These reasons can range from personal and financial reasons to employment reasons and even a simple lifestyle change or change of scenery. Getting a better grasp and understanding of these reasons might help you better prepare for your move.
Saving Money While Moving
Moving can be expensive, but with some tricks up your sleeve you might save a few bucks. Reuse packing material or use alternative materials that you already have like towels and t-shirts for packing up fragile items. Move during the off-seasons of fall and winter. Write off some of your relocating expenses. Pack your own stuff – you won’t spend money on a service and you’ll be sure you packed everything. Downsizing your stuff will also help save you money. Most shipping companies charge by weig

Recent Moving Reviews
Crew was punctual and professional.
Abba Movers and Labor
They were great. They were on time getting to the point we were moving from and were here promptly. Very professional.
Review by : John
Posted on : 7/25/2014
Compliment
 4.5/5
Extremely efficient
Remax Van Lines
The only thing I can say about Remax is excellent. They handled my move so that it was their family matter. The moment they started wrapping, they never stopped until the work was over. They were like robot. I don’t know how they got such enthusiasm and power. At the same time all the moving crews showed extreme politeness to our all family members. Despite having tons of fragile items, there was no damage. I am very happy and I believe, I will always call them if there is any moving need.
Review by : Bennie
Posted on : 6/24/2014
Compliment
 5.0/5
The movers were young and energetic
Abba Movers and Labor
The movers were good. The things I would say positively about them is that the movers were young and energetic. The firm seemed to be oriented towards training and education in the art of moving so that the people that actually did the move had not only some experience in moving but also a certain amount of training in regards to how to do it in a way that would protect them in terms of their bodies and our stuff in terms of not getting dings or damage to the materials.
Review by : Dale
Posted on : 6/19/2014
Compliment
 4.0/5

 
 

Louisiana Moving Companies and LA Relocation Services

 

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Abbeville, LA
Abita Springs
Alexandria, LA
Algiers
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Arnaudville
Avondale, LA
Baker, LA
Bastrop, LA
Baton Rouge
Bayou Blue
Belle Chasse
Blanchard, LA
Bogalusa
Bossier City
Breaux Bridge
Bridge City, LA
Broussard
Bywater
Camp Beauregard
Carencro
Cedar Grove, LA
Chalmette
Chef Menteur
Coopers
Covington, LA
Crowley, LA
Cut Off
Dean Chapel
Denham Springs
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Deridder
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Dogwood Terrace
Donaldsonville
Elmwood, LA
Eunice
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Fort Polk
Franklin, LA
Franklinton, LA
Gentilly
Gonzales, LA
Grambling
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Hammond, LA
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Harvey, LA
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Henderson, LA
Homer, LA
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Houma
Jefferson, LA
Jennings, LA
Jonesville, LA
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Kenner
Kinder
Lacombe
Lafayette Square
Lafayette, LA
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Lake, LA
Lakeshore, LA
Lamkin
Laplace
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Logtown
Luling, LA
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Mandeville
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Marrero
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Monroe, LA
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Patterson, LA
Pearl River, LA
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Rayne
Reserve
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Ruston, LA
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Saint Rose, LA
Scott, LA
Shreveport
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Slidell, LA
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Thibodaux
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Moving to Louisiana?


One of the most culturally diverse and unique southern states, Louisiana seems to be a whole different country all on its own. Those who have lived in Louisiana or even visited for just a few days can tell you how enchanting of a place it is. From the allure of great food, the colorful Creole and Cajun culture, the uplifting sound of jazz music and the vibrant nightlife in New Orleans that attracts millions of people every year, to the comforting sense of community that you get from the people who live there, Louisiana is truly a hidden gem.

The resiliency of the state and the city of New Orleans to rebound from the disaster of Hurricane Katrina even stronger is a true sign of the strength of the people from Louisiana. It is a place where one can experience an array of different sights, sounds, smells and tastes, and still never fully experience it all.

If you’re moving to Louisiana, there are a lot of things you’re going to need to know. Luckily, you’ve come to the right place.

Things to Know When Moving to Louisiana

Louisiana Climate

  • Located in the southern United States on the Gulf of Mexico, the state of Louisiana features a subtropical climate that is relatively mild, albeit humid during the summer months. At that time of year, temperatures can hit the upper 80s and low 90s, although the humidity can often add to that in terms of how hot it feels. During the rest of the year though, the temperature tends to stay mild, with fall and winter temperatures rarely dropping below freezing and spring temperatures hovering in the 60s and 70s. (Helpful Link: Louisiana Weather)

Moving Specifics

  • Registering your Car: Upon your arrival in Louisiana after moving to the state permanently, you have a total of 30 days to update your registration and have your vehicle registered in the state before you may be required to pay a penalty. (Helpful Link: Louisiana DMV)

  • Obtaining a Louisiana Driver’s License: A Louisiana Driver’s License can be obtained at any Louisiana OMV (Office of Motor Vehicles) location. The state requires new Louisiana residents to update their license from their previous state to a Louisiana driver’s license by providing proof of insurance and registration of the vehicle in the state of Louisiana. If you fail to update your driver’s license you may have to pay a fine.

  • Real Estate: The average listing price for homes in Louisiana is $209,391, while the median sales price is just over $165,000. The Louisiana Association of Realtors is the official real estate resource for the state of Louisiana.

  • Moving and Storage: If you are looking for a moving company or storage facility to help you with anything, you should check to make sure the company is registered with the United States Department of Transportation or with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. (Helpful Link: Louisiana State Moving Resource Page)

Schools

  • The state of Louisiana is broken into different areas called parishes. Each parish, which would be comparable to a county or township in most other states, has its own individual school district. There are hundreds of different school districts spread throughout the state, each containing varying levels of education ranging from elementary school to middle and junior high school to the high school level. In addition, there are a number of well-known colleges and universities located within the state such as Louisiana State University, Grambling State University, Louisiana Tech University, the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, the University of Louisiana-Monroe, McNeese State University, and Southeastern Louisiana University. (Helpful Link: Louisiana Schools)

Crime Rankings

As of 2011, Louisiana was ranked 44th out of 50 states in violent crime, with a total of less than 45 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in the state.

Economy of Louisiana

Industries

Its prime location on the Gulf Coast makes Louisiana one of the biggest producers of seafood in the world. The fishing industry is one of the driving forces of Louisiana’s economy and also one of the most reliable and consistent forms of state revenue, right alongside the bustling tourism industry. Although the fishing industry was threatened in 2010 by the BP oil leak, the industry has since recovered. Louisiana is the biggest producer of crawfish in the world, accounting for almost 90 percent of the world’s supply. Also, there is a thriving film industry in the New Orleans area as well. The Port of South Louisiana is the largest volume shipping port in the western hemisphere.

Employment Statistics

  • As of early 2012, the state of Louisiana had an unemployment rate of 7.1 percent, which is lower than the national average of 8.2 percent. (Helpful Link: Louisiana Department of Labor)

Average Income

The median household income in the state of Louisiana is $43,445, while the average per capita income for the state is $23,094.

Important Locations in Louisiana

  • State Capital: Baton Rouge

  • Largest Cities:
    1. New Orleans
    2. Baton Rouge
    3. Shreveport
    4. Metairie
    5. Lafayette
    6. Kenner
    7. Monroe

  • Major landmarks and attractions: Bourbon Street; Abita Mystery House; the French Quarter; Café du Monde; Global Wildlife Center; Blue Bayou; Swamp Tour; Melrose Plantation; the Lalaurie House; Acme Oyster House; Pat O’Brien’s; Superdome (Helpful Link: Top Tourist Attractions in Louisiana)

  • National Parks:
    1. Cane River Creole National Historical Park
    2. Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve
    3. New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park
    4. Cane River National Heritage Area

  • State park System: Located on the Gulf Coast, and also featuring the mighty Mississippi River running down the center of the state, Louisiana is full of beautiful natural landscapes that are among some of the best in the southeastern United State. The state park system of Louisiana, featuring a total of 22 state parks located throughout the state, provides many opportunities to appreciate the natural wonders of Louisiana by hiking, fishing, biking and hunting. (Helpful Link: Louisiana Department of Natural Resources)

  • Major Airports:
    1. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
    2. Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport
    3. Alexandria International Airport
    4. Shreveport Regional Airport
    5. Lafayette Regional Airport

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