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Your Long Distance Move

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Moving from the DC area to a location in the Mid Atlantic or on the east coast?

We will provide a dedicated van and crew throughout your move process with locked in dates. Learn more »

Larger Van Lines require you to fit within their industry procedure and your shipment takes on a status very similar to a carton being shipped by a freight carrier. Choice Relocation, Beltway’s long distance subsidiary, is prepared to offer you our undivided attention from beginning to end.

Your Van, Your Crew, Your Dates

  • Exclusive van rights ensures that only your household items are on the truck and are never transferred until destination
  • Guaranteed arrival time appointments at origin and destination
  • Saturday services that fit your schedule at non premium rates
  • Dedicated crew assigned in the beginning that will provide all your needed services– packing, storage, moving and final placement in your home at destination

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Moving across the country?

Tell us your story and let us put our experience to work to give you the best moving experience possible. Learn more »

Move volume, service requirements, dates and traffic patterns affect long distance shipping. We can help you sort out the details and offer you the benefit of discount programs through our service network.

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Sending a few pieces to a distant place?

We’ll help you determine the best way to get those items where they need to go utilizing our crews, equipment, warehouses and network of service providers. Learn more »

The smaller the shipment the more difficult it is to identify cost effective solutions. We can provide:

  • Pick up
  • Packing
  • Crating
  • Warehousing
  • Release of your items

In many cases we are able to direct you to a service provider who can handle your request form beginning to end.

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