If you are relocating to another country and bringing your computer with you, you will need to research some crucial issues related to getting it connected prior to moving away from the U.S. Some of these issues relate to the type of power supply available, especially if you use a modem to connect to the Internet.
Whether it’s to start your life anew or a new job is awaiting, moving across country can present a variety of obstacles and headaches during the relocation. Moving long distance can be logistically formidable as well as expensive. To help you with your move across country, Global Van Lines has pulled together a few helpful tips to smooth the way.
- Moving Tips
- Posted on 05/02/2017
Everything has been unpacked, and the boxes and packing materials have been recycled. Now, you want your new house to be your new home. Your definition of home may be different than the next person, but some basics will go a long way to getting settled in.
A corporate relocation typically means greater opportunities to move up the ladder of success and better living circumstances. Still, a corporate relocation can present many frustrations and stress. Global Van Lines has these tips on how to anticipate and avoid common relocation mistakes.
Any relocation can have hidden fees. However, a reputable company will include everything in the contract. It is your responsibility to read that document, ask questions, and understand the fees prior to signing the contract. You can easily protect yourself against hidden costs by understanding this concept. In the meantime, here are several areas where you can inadvertently incur additional fees.
Pack. Load. Unload. Unpack. Clean-up. Those are the basics to moving whether it’s across town or coast to coast. In the upheaval, it’s easy to forget several important tasks that will help your move go more smoothly. These go beyond the boxes. Getting acquainted with your new community and being prepared for unexpected emergencies are crucial to relocating. Here are several tips to remember during your move.
- Posted on 04/04/2017
With 40 million Americans moving each year, the moving industry unfortunately attracts scam artists. If you are moving soon, we have compiled a few ways to avoid being the victim of a moving scam. Knowing what to look for will help ensure that your move goes smoothly and without incident.
Preparing for a move takes a bit of planning in advance. With so much to juggle in life, it’s easy to make a major mistake with moving your household goods. We have been helping people move for decades, and we have seen many avoidable blunders. Here are some examples of moving mistakes.
Whether you are moving overseas for a new job or simply want to experience life in another culture, an international move can be exciting, rewarding, and stressful to boot. We at Global Van Lines have been assisting people with international moves for decades, and we have these tips to offer you. We also recommend that you contact us to connect with your personal Moving Concierge, whose sole purpose is to help you determine and book the services you need within your budget.
The price of many fine wines is within reach for a majority of us. Of course, many fine wines demand astronomical prices. Either way, if you have a collection of wine to bring along on your relocation, you will need special handling and storage during the transport. Global Van Lines recommends following these safeguards when moving your treasured investment.