If you are moving into a building, co-op, apartment complex, or any type of private community, make sure you ask what day moving and deliveries are allowed and arrange for your mover to come at that time.
You do not want your mover to drive cross country and show up on a Sunday and not be able to move your stuff in. You also do not want to upset your new neighbors the day you meet them.
In order to avoid additional charges during the interstate move, you must:
*Know the layout of your new community or apartment complex.
*Know if the area will accommodate huge 18-wheelers.
*Know the building restrictions beforehand.
*Know about walkway/elevator access.
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