Interstate Move

According to the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration), anĀ Interstate Move is explained as moving between a place in one state to another state or outside the US. Also, moving within from one place to another one state through a different state or outside the US, considered as an interstate move. The bottom line is, whenever the transportation of goods crosses a state line, regardless of the destination, it becomes an interstate move. Why is that important? mainly due to the fact that in those cases the move will be governed by FMCSA rules and regulations and not the state and local authorities. Read more about Interstate vs. Intrastate move



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