There are many things to remember when you are preparing for your moving day, some seem very obvious and others not so much. Some of the more obvious things are shutting off your electric service at origin and reconnecting at destination, forwarding your mail, trash collection etc… One of the things that is often overlooked is parking for the moving van. The moving van will likely be a large vehicle. Depending on the size of your move the van could be as little as 26′ long or as long as 80′. If you live in a city situation ask your salesperson or move coordinator about the size of the van scheduled for your move. You may need to reserve parking spaces in front of your home or a loading dock if you live in an apartment building. If you live in a more suburban or rural area some things to look out for are cars in your driveway that can be moved to the street to make room for the moving van. Other things that could impede the van are trash cans or piles of unwanted items placed in or near your driveway. Your Relocation Consultant could point out low hanging tree branches that may need to be trimmed back. Just remember that the sooner the movers are able to park the sooner you will be on your way. The Relocation Consultants and Move Coordinators at https://www.3amoving.com/ can help with these and any other questions you may have.
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