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A relocation of 35 miles or less within the same state. Local moves are priced at an hourly rate.
A relocation of 36 miles or more within the same state. Intrastate moves are priced using weight and distance applied to a tariff. In North Carolina all licensed movers must use the Utilities Commission’s Maximum Rate Tariff.
A relocation from one state to another state. Each interstate carrier publishes a tariff. These tariffs are based on weight and distance. We are an agent of Wheaton Van Lines so our interstate pricing is taken from Wheaton’s tariff.
A relocation from one country to another. Pricing is a combination of the local servicing agent’s rate and the International Forwarder’s rate. Every international move is unique using a “spot quote”. These moves are usually quoted as a flat rate.
The items being moved are not UHHG (used household goods) and are far less regulated as a result. Pricing is usually determined using cost-plus analysis. The Mover estimates what it will cost to do the job and adds a profit for themselves. In some cases an hourly rate is used. Example: XX movers for XX hours at $XX per hour. These moves may also use a flat rate quote.