360 LOGISTICS UNLIMITED subsidary of ATLANTAS 360 UNLIMITED LLC wants you to know your rights and responsibilities on moving day.  We provide local and long distance moves.  If you are moving, you have to read this.

Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move
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Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move
General Requirements of The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) regulations protect consumers of interstate moves and define the rights and responsibilities of consumers (shippers) and household goods carriers (movers) .The household goods carrier gave you this booklet to provide information about your rights and responsibilities as an individual shipper of household goods . Your primary responsibilities are to ensure that you understand the terms and conditions of the moving contract (bill of lading), and know what to do in case problems arise .The primary responsibility for protecting your move lies with you in selecting a reputable household goods mover or household goods broker, and making sure you understand the terms and conditions of your contract and the remedies that are available to you in case problems arise .Regulations and Interstate Transportation FMCSA’s regulations apply to motor carriers that engage in the interstate transportation of household goods and brokers that arrange for such transportation .

These regulations require your mover to perform certain services and provide you with specific documents . The regulations only apply to your mover when the mover transports your household goods by motor vehicle in interstate or foreign commerce – that is when you move from one State to another or internationally . The regulations do not apply when your move takes place within a commercial zone (defined at the end of this booklet) or between two points in the same State .Legitimate Movers and Brokers Legitimate movers and brokers are registered with FMCSA to engage in interstate operations involving the interstate transportation of household goods . A legitimate mover explains whether they are a broker or a mover . A household goods broker arranges for the transportation of your shipment but does not provide line-haul transportation . A household goods mover actually transports your shipment .

Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move

Household goods brokers or movers must provide you with basic information before you move . You should expect to receive the following information:• A written estimate• The “Ready to Move” Brochure (or a web link, if you prefer)• Information about the mover’s arbitration program • Written notice about access to the mover’s tariff• The process for handling claims• This booklet, “Your Rights and Responsibilities When You Move” (or a web link, if you prefer)You should avoid brokers and movers that are not registered with FMCSA, refuse to perform a physical survey of your household goods, and require cash only transactions . You can determine if your broker or mover is registered with FMCSA by accessing www.protectyourmove.gov, or calling FMCSA at (202) 366-9805 for licensing and (866) 637-0635 for insurance information .Customer’s Responsibilities As a customer, you have responsibilities both to your mover and yourself .

They include:• Reading all moving documents issued by the mover or broker .• Being available at the time of pickup and delivery of your shipment . If you are not available you should appoint a representative to act on your behalf .• Promptly notifying your mover if something has changed regarding your shipment (i .e . move dates, additional items) .• Making payment in the amount required and in the form agreed to with the mover .• Promptly filing claims for loss, damage or delays with your mover, if necessary .
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9 out of 10 households are looking for ways to save money on moving costs.  Let's be honest, it's levels to this.  First decide your level of moving.  Are my items expensive, valuable, easy to move? Oversized?  Can I move my items myself? Are there stairs?  Elevators?  Minimal truck clearance? How can I cut these costs?

In many cases, you can save money
by doing it yourself.  Of course it would be ideal to pack everything yourself.  We would like to give some tips on how to crate an item, such as tv or glass.  These things may be time consuming, and you can save time. 
1.  Wrap item with bubble wrap on the most fragile part. 
2. Re-wrap item with a moving blanket or pad, as seen in picture.
3. Cut up a box and tape it to the blanket.
4. Shrink wrap the entire item and tape it.

Remember, when packing boxes on your own-pack heavy, pack light.  That means put your heavier items (moderate) in smaller boxes so that they are easy to carry.  If your boxes contain fragile items, include packing paper and bubble wrap over the items to keep them from breaking.  Label all fragile items as fragile. 

Just a few tips to help your move day go easier.