Local or Intrastate Movers

Are you planning a local move in South Florida? Forward Van Lines is the licensed local mover in Broward County. We provide intrastate moving services in Miami Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties.

Local or Intrastate Move

We are proud to offer fair pricing with flat rates based on where you are moving and how many items need to be moved. When we determine the cost of your move, we consider factors such as the amount of time, distance to your new home, weight and volume of your belongings, fuel, distance from the truck to the entrance, and number of movers needed for your move. We provide a detailed written estimate with the charges for packing, labor, transportation, storage, and other details.

Prior to selecting a moving company, there is some important questions you should ask.

  1. Is the mover registered with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services?
  2. How long has the company been in business?
  3. What additional services are offered by the moving company, such as packing, unpacking and storage?
  4. What type of protection is offered against loss or damage (examples include full replacement cost, depreciated value, or the basic 60¢ per pound valuation that carriers are required to provide)?
  5. What is the mover’s reputation for settling claims?
  6. Is arbitration used for claim disputes?
  7. Does the moving company have a good record for on time delivery schedules?
  8. Do they have proof of insurance coverage, general liability coverage, cargo coverage and physical damage insurance?

When these questions have been answered to your satisfaction, you will be ready to choose a local mover. Please browse our website to learn more about our moving services in Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and the surrounding areas. For more information or to request a free estimate for your local move, please call Forward Van Lines at 1-855-7-FORWARD (1-855-736-7927) or send your questions via email to Info@ForwardVanLines.com.

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