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Without even seeing the estimate, I'm leaning toward Bohren's because of their reputation. The local Allied guy was not on time for the appointment, and then is going to be a day late with the estimate. Not a good first impression.
I also talked with Moovers on the phone since this site recommends them. They provided an estimate based on the weight and other criteria used by one of the other moving companies. Any experience with Moovers, Inc.?
I am also wanting to move two cars and most of these companies are recommmending that I use a car carrier service. Any experience with them?
The estimate is less important as my husband's company is paying for the move. I want to ensure I get the best company from a customer service perspective.
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For shipping your cars we recommend Golden Key Express and Coast To Coast:
I agree that Bohren's is a very good company. I've also heard good things about Arnoff, at least the New York State location. I think Moovers would be good as well.
For your cars, an additional suggestion would be to call DeMoise for a quote. They do enclosed shipping and have excellent reviews. In addition, they are located in South Carolina not far from you. Here is a post in which I summarized their reviews (as of 12/06, so there are undoubtedly more now) and their contact information - http://www.movingscam.com/forum/viewtop ... 7641#77641
If you pay a van line agent to move your cars, make sure that one of the cars will actually go on the van with your things for convenience. The van line agent should put it in writing for you. In my opinion (others may disagree) you would have more control over the car move if you arrange it yourself and you would also pay less, if that matters.
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