Your Rights & responsibilities

FMCSA’s regulations protect consumers who are moving interstate, and define the rights and responsibilities of consumers and the household goods carriers they hire. Your primary responsibility is to select a reputable mover, ensure that you understand the terms and conditions of the contract, and understand the remedies that are available to you in case there is a problem. Before moving your household goods interstate, household goods carriers (movers) are required to give you the booklet entitled Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move. This booklet will help you understand the documents that a mover will ask you to sign, and explains your rights if your household goods are lost or damaged. Movers are also required to give you FMCSA’s Ready to Move brochure, which helps you prepare to move with confidence

Protect Your Move

1) We have done the hard work for you, we have selected your movers based on location, distance, insurance, licensing, and bonding. Know your rights and responsibilities before selecting a mover. We provide that to you with every move during your quote process. Movers are also required to give you FMCSA’s Ready to Move brochure, which helps you prepare to move with confidence. It is provided during the booking process and on our website. 2) Learn to spot the red flags of moving fraud. Don’t know what the red flags are? NO Moving company/Broker has 5 stars everywhere, these are real trucks on real roads and some items may shift during transit, but don’t worry all of our companies provide standard $10,0000 cargo protection 3) Be sure your mover is registered with FMCSA. We do all the checks and extra checks for you. every mover is confirmed weekly and our compliance team keeps up to date records.