Answered by Ana M. FerrerMarch 31, 2014
Thanks for visiting Movers.com - I'll be glad to help you with your question.
Your question didn't mention how far you'll be moving, so here is some information for both small moves and long-distance.
Finding Driving Help
Trying to drive a moving truck can be difficult for some to manage or it just might not be a feasible option for you to drive it yourself. At Movers.com, you can fill outa free quote form to find the help you're looking for from companies with experienced drivers in your area to get you and your belongings to your new home safely and securely.
You'll be able to contact fully equipped moving crews and licensed handymen to college students who can help you get your job done quickly and affordably. Be sure to read the helpers' descriptions and reviews from past customers to ensure that you hire the helper best suited for your job.
If you're going to be transporting less than 2,000 pounds for your move, for example, if you'll be moving the contents of a studio or one-bedroom apartment, a dorm room or any other sparsely-furnished lodging, most commercial moving companies won't handle your shipment and you'll need to enlist the help of a small mover.
For help moving long-distance you can fill out a free quote form where you'll receive quotes from moving companies in your area. We at Movers.com check companies' licensing and insurance qualifications, so there's less for you to do during this stressful time.
Thanks again for visiting Movers.com, best of luck with your move.