National Van Lines Blog

how to transport a car

A 2008 study found Americans have, on average 2.28 vehicles per household. Families with more than one car may want to consider shipping their extra vehicles with their household goods during a long distance move. This ensures only one gas…

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how to move a grandfather clock

Grandfather clocks are beautiful and valued items that you will want to take with you to your new home. However, they require great care to dismantle and transport safely. Grandfather clocks cannot be shipped if they are not properly dismantled….

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front of an apartment building

Moving within a few hundred miles of your current residence can seem like child’s play compared with a cross country move. One of the biggest stressors moving families face is how to go about apartment hunting when moving long distance….

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Couple Unloads Boxes From Moving Truck

During a family’s first big move, it’s easy to underestimate the time needed to pack. If you had other goals with your packing, such as keeping everything organized and downsizing your items, the last minute race to moving day can…

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Planning your Move

When it comes to moving cross country, you will want to ensure that you have absolutely everything covered. We’ve created this handy checklist for you so that you have everything you need to remember in one place. Staying organized is…

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