Regulations for New Jersey Movers by:Jossi Marran
Moving itself is one of the extremely hectic task and choosing a mover is far more tiresome because the counterfeit advertising have made the decision making process more complex. There are different types of moves and it is very important to understand the differences between the moves along with the terminology because there are specific rules and regulations for each type of move and this may vary from state to state. There are also few specifications for New Jersey movers
Ask a question to the New Jersey movers for moving within New Jersey.
Check the license of the New Jersey moving company in order to fend yourself from being trapped by scam moving companies. The name on the license should match with the name used for the business transaction, business card and advertisement. The license number and address should be mentioned in the advertisement and estimate. Verify the company by calling the NJ Division of Consumer Affairs office at 973-504-6442. It is very important to recheck the insurance and license of the New Jersey moving company; do not go by the movers word. There are some New Jersey movers who uses fake authentication certificate or borrows the certificate from other New Jersey moving companies. If you are moving interstate or long distance check the DOT, ICC or MC number, it is invalid for local moves. If you are moving locally, just within the New Jersey state check the license for the intrastate moving service provider, a local New Jersey moving company will have a license number that will have the letters either PC or PM along with other numbers
An intrastate move is also known as local move which means that you will be relocating anywhere just with in the same state. There is a set of specific regulation for New Jersey movers.
An Interstate move also known as Long Distance move means that you will be relocating from new jersey to some other state, then your New Jersey moving company should also have the DOT and MC number, it should also be affiliated with the American Moving and Storage Association (AMSA).
An Overseas move is also known as International move, which means that you are moving to a different country, outside United States of America (USA). These types of moves are very crucial; therefore use a reliable licensed New Jersey moving company who has numerous international affiliations.
When you are moving intrastate in New Jersey, then the New Jersey movers are required to provide a brochure to the consumer, it is generally an important notice to consumers, in case of moving interstate the consumer receives a booklet titled "Your Rights and Responsibilities when you move".
This notice for consumers provided by New Jersey movers has specific sections which gives you a fair idea about the move procedures. All your queries regarding the Move Estimate, Movers Responsibility for Loss and Damage, Lost and Damage Articles, Bill of Lading, Hourly Moves, Weight Moves, Payment and Delivery, Preparing Articles for Shipment, Packing and Tariffs are explained to help you understand and deal with the mover accordingly.
About the author
Jossi Marran is a contributing writer for White Glove moving for last few years and have witnessed the transition of white glove moving company into a mature moving service provider. To know more about this company visit http://www.wglovemoving.com/