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Nationwide JCJ Mobile Home Movers 662-590-0673
     

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INSURANCE

Some insurance firms will sell you coverage on your mobile home during transport. Check with your insurance agent. You may desire to have your attorney review your policy to assure that it provides the coverage you need.

IF YOU ARE IN THE MILITARY, HERE ARE COSTS THE GOVERNMENT WILL PAY

To move your mobile home, the government will pay certain costs that do not exceed what it would cost to ship your maximum household goods weight allowance the maximum distance authorized by your orders. The government may pay some labor costs; however, the overall cost of the move will be reduced if you can safely perform some of these services or arrange their completion. Experience shows that few mobile homes are moved without exceeding prescribed allowances. Normally, the government will pay:

  • Mobile home carrier's transportation charges, including movement via circuitous route, when required;

  • Bridge, road and tunnel tolls, ferry fares, state or local transit permits and overdimension charges/permits; and

  • Labor costs for removal and installation of skirting, blocking, unanchoring and anchoring, packing and unpacking of household goods in the mobile home, repairing tires, disconnecting and connecting utilities, disassembling and reassembling expando or fold-out rooms and renting extra axles with wheels and tires attached, when required; and

  • Costs associated with movement of a double-wide mobile home.

IF YOU ARE IN THE MILITARY, HERE ARE COSTS THE GOVERNMENT WILL NOT PAY

Even if the total cost for the move of your mobile home does not exceed your prescribed allowances, the government will not pay for:

  • Mobile home replacement parts;

  • Permits and deposits for turning utilities on and off, placement of utility poles and installation of pipes and wires (NOTE: Many counties and states allow only licensed utility personnel to turn on/off utilities to meet state and local code requirements.);

  • Building/site permits or engineering studies to place mobile home on lot;

  • Brake repairs;

  • Original axle purchases (NOTE: The government will pay for rental of additional axles with tires if they are needed to meet state and local laws or to provide additional structural support for safety reasons.);

  • Tires; and

  • Repairs and maintenance performed en route (except for labor costs to repair tires and tubes).

 

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