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INTERSTATE  CONTRACTED  MOVERS

Voted Best Moving Company In Las Vegas - Winner Of The 2013 Golden Dolly Award

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Text Box: NEVADA'S MOVING LAWS
In Nevada all moving companies are regulated by the Nevada Transportation Authority (NTA) and are required to have a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) numbers (NAC 706 and NRS 706) for local moves, in addition to CFR Title 49. The NTA puts business owners through an extensive qualification procedure. Employees must be drug tested, have a DOT health certificate and pass a detailed background check. The company must maintain workmanís comp, liability, & cargo insurance. They are also checked regularly by the NTA to make sure they are following strict guidelines. 
NEVADA HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING TIPS
* Obtain a list of certificated local movers from the NTA by calling them in Las Vegas (702) 486-3303 or Reno (775) 688-2800, or visit them online at http://nta.nv.gov .
* Get two or more estimates based upon a physical inventory of your possessions. You are entitled to a written, binding estimate. The charges for the moving service may not exceed the amount in the estimate, unless you, the customer, request services in addition to those included in the written estimate and agree to pay the additional charges.
* Have the mover explain the various insurance options. You may need to purchase extra insurance to obtain full replacement value of lost or damaged goods.
* Decide whether you or the mover will pack your goods. Make sure your moving contract outlines what services the mover will perform and what work you will do yourself.
* Make sure there are no surprises at your destination that may prevent the quick unloading of your goods. For example, let the mover know ahead of time whether they will be moving items into a home with stairs to climb.
* Discuss when and how payment will be made. Note payment arrangements on the contract.
* When goods are loaded, keep track of them on an inventory sheet. Check items again as they come off the truck. Note any obvious missing or damaged goods before the movers leave.
* If a dispute arises, bring it to the attention of the companyís supervisor, or the NTA.
* If possible, visit the moverís office beforehand to check equipment and warehouse conditions.

Nevada Transportation Authority's Offices
The Nevada Transportation Authority (NTA) administers and enforces state laws pertaining to  passenger  transportation, household goods movers, storage of household goods, and tow cars. The NTA has been charged with the responsibility of providing fair and impartial regulation, to promote safe, adequate, economical and efficient service, and to foster sound economic conditions in motor transportation.  The NTA encourages the establishment and maintenance of reasonable charges for intrastate transportation by fully regulated carriers and non-consent towing services. The NTA also has responsibility for the taxicab industry throughout the state except in Clark County.

 
 

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