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If you are planning for an upcoming commercial move, you may have concerns about transporting all elements of your business, including your company vehicles. It can be overwhelming to get the logistics right, especially if you have a large fleet. This guide will help you understand more about the company moving process and factors to consider to streamline your commercial vehicle transport.
There are several factors involved in moving a commercial vehicle fleet. You must have enough drivers to transport all your vehicles quickly and efficiently. Plus, some of your vehicles may not currently be operable. You may need to make special arrangements to transport boats, tractors, or other recreational or nontraditional vehicles. Vehicle size, fuel cost, mileage, drive times, weather, and legal regulations are other essential considerations.
Take some time to learn the vehicle-related laws and regulations in the state or country where your business is moving. They may be different from those of your business’s present location. For example, safety and emission standards may differ. You should familiarize yourself with any legal regulations pertaining to your commercial vehicle fleet.
The daily weather and overall climate can affect the appropriateness of certain types of vehicles. If your business is currently in a warm climate and you are moving to a cold climate, for example, your vehicles may need adjustments to stay operable in frigid, snowy, icy conditions.
Nilson Van’s multidimensional corporate relocation program helps you with all your commercial moving needs, including transporting company vehicles. You can make vehicle transport safe and easy by turning to us. Our trusted professionals will get your vehicles where they need to be on time, so you can carry on with business as usual in your new location. Get in touch with the team at Nilson Van and Storage today to get a quote or schedule our professional moving services.