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With some moves, you only have one option- to fly. However, if you are moving cross country or to another state, it may be more beneficial to drive. National Van Lines is here to help you choose the best method…

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Moving involves a lot of planning and forward thinking. Not only should you be prepared for your move, but you must ensure that the moving company you hire is reliable, professional and there to help you with all of your…

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When it comes to a PCS move, otherwise known as ‘Permanent Change of Station’, there are a number of things you must make yourself aware and do before the move to go as smoothly as possible. Top Tips for your…

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When you book a professional mover, you may think that your job is done. The truth is that there are a few things you should do before the movers arrive to make moving day all that much easier and stress…

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Moving_with_pets

Pet owners regard their furry friends as part of the family, which is why it is important to care for pets appropriately and keep them safe at all times during a summer move. Moving can be a stressful time for…

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How-to-Move-with-an_Aquarium

Many people own aquariums that are home to a selection of beautiful and colorful fish. While National Van Lines can’t actually move your live fish, it’s important to follow these ‘how to move your aquarium’ steps by National Van Lines…

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moving a home elliptical

Whether you are moving across town or across the country, there are going to be some items you need to move that will insist on being difficult. Your grandfather clock needs to be expertly disassembled before packing and your drawer…

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moving_a_tv

Moving a flat screen television offers a unique set of challenges. With the old, box-shaped TVs of the past, the biggest worry was dropping it on the ground. While flat screen TVs may offer better viewing quality, they can also…

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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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