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    Frequently Asked Questions when Moving

    Is There a Minimum Amount of Hours For The Moving Service?

    There is always a minimum amount of hours for the moving service. It does though usually apply to local moves. the minimum amount of hours is between 2 and 2.5 hours. Thus, even if your move takes less than two hours you are still required to pay the minimum of two hours. If it is above the minimum though, and for example, your move takes 2 hours and 45 min the amount is prorated and you pay for every 15 minutes increment.

    What is the Best Time to Move?

    The best time to move generally is the summer. Summer is the busiest season for movers though. Most people choose to relocate in the summer because of the favorable weather conditions.

    How Do I Know if My Movers Are Licensed and Insured?

    You can easily check if your movers are licensed and insured. This information should be available on the movers’ website, advertising materials and trucks.
    Whenever you call a mover, you can ask them for their DOT license number and then verify them with the Department of Transportation and the local authority

    Is There a Moving Deposit to Reserve The Time Slot?

    A deposit is rather a typical policy for most moving companies. When the amount is reasonable (between $150 and $500, but depending on the size of your move), you can be sure that there is nothing wrong with movers asking for a deposit.

    What types of insurance will I be offered?

    Limited liability: This is the basic coverage required by law and doesn’t cost you anything. Under limited liability, the mover is responsible for 60 cents per pound per item for an interstate move.
    Added valuation: This type allows you to collect the amount based on the current replacement value of the item, minus depreciation. The amount you pay for this coverage depends on how much you declare your goods are worth.
    Full value: This insurance costs the most and covers the actual cost of an item’s replacement or repair, without any deduction for depreciation. Before purchasing coverage from the moving company, check your homeowner’s insurance policy to see if it will cover your goods during a move and compare plans.

    If I do my own packing, is the mover still responsible if something is lost or broken

    Yes. The mover usually has a tariff provision that allows it to repack boxes or cartons if they feel they have been improperly packed—or if they will cause harm to the rest of the shipment.
    The mover is also liable for any loss or damage caused during transit unless the sole cause for the loss or damage was due to any of these common law defenses:
    * An act of nature
    * An act of—or omission by—the shipper
    * An act of public enemy
    * An act of public authority
    * Inherent vice
    Improper packing falls under an act or omission. Since the sole cause for the damage must be the act of the shipper, any contributory damage by the mover would void the common law defense—and the mover would be responsible.
    In other words, pack carefully.

    Why should i choose ABA Miami Moving as my movers?

    With more than 22 years of experience in the moving industry, we are well equipped to handle any move situation. From local to long-distance moves, business and in-home moving, packing services, and storage solutions – we are able to take the stress out of your move, and get you where you need to go. We have a 96 percent customer referral rate across our system!