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Intrastate Shipping Documents

Intrastate moves, also known as local moves, are moves done within state lines. Each state has different laws for moving companies, so make sure you check what is needed to ensure you are operating legally. If you are not sure, feel free to reach out, and we can help you out.

1. Intrastate Bill of Lading

A bill of lading is a contractual document used between the carrier and the shipper for the transportation of the customer’s goods. By law, the mover is required to have a bill of lading.
A Bill of Lading is required to reflect all of the charges and payments. The Bill of lading is the client’s receipt of the transaction and as such it must showcase the charges for the services performed in detail.

Moving company intrastate bill of lading

2. Revised Written Estimate

A revised written estimate is used in situations when the shipper tenders additional services than previously agreed or moving additional items. It is not a bid or a contract that will bind the client to a certain amount for the moving services.
Revised written estimate is based on the visual inspection of the household goods on the day of the move and is performed by the moving crew.

3. Addendum To Uniform Household Goods Bill of Lading

Valuation Addendum offers two protection plans to the clients.
Clients can choose between the free-of-charge, released value protection that covers sixty cents per pound per article, or the full value protection that in case of damages to the client’s items gives the moving company an option to either repair the damaged item, replace it with an item of a similar kind and quality or pay for the cost of the item.

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