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Virgilio was great. He delivered our caravan back to the UK from Spain in perfect condition as promised despite the really bad weather. We were able to follow his progress all the way which was great. He offers and delivers a five star service.

Carsvan

Customer Virgilio P.
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Route: Sant Pere Pescador - Northampton

Very friendly contact. Fully reliable. Transported my car "like an egg" - I received it and everything was great. Very nice and helpful driver.

Vito Tourer

Customer Dan D.
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Route: Regensburg - Gräddö

Good communication! Dan is a nice guy! Better make sure what kind of trailer they will use in advance! I will use them again!

Mercedes Benz SLK350

Customer Dan D.
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Route: Rotterdam - Budapest

Tips for preparing for transportation

Changing apartment is one of the most common happenings we can come across in our life. And despite the fact we move averagely a few times before settling for good, removals are still among the most trying activities that can happen to us. Just working out the logistics of moving all your belongings between houses is an enormous task and when you add securing your belongings for transportation, unpacking as well as choosing the right hauler to assist you with removal, it becomes truly colossal and quite nerve-wracking. Luckily there are a few ways to make the move as efficient as possible as well as considerably less stressful.

Packing and securing your belongings for the time of the removal

One crucial thing you have to remember while packing is that you should create a clear plan that you’ll have to abide by through the whole process. It is smart to create a list of all the things you want transported. It will not only help you pack but additionally will allow you to check if all of your things were safely transported to your new home. Removal entails shipping a big amount of stuff, including a lot of small things that can be easily forgettable when packed in a hurry – a list will ensure that you will remember to check if they all made it to the place of destination safely. Another crucial step is tagging all the cardboards as precisely as you are able to. One of the more useful methods of tagging cardboards is by category. For example all the kitchen accessories as well as appliances should be placed into cardboards labelled ‘kitchen’, all the pillows and jewellery in the box tagged ‘bedroom’ and so on. You’ll quickly find out how time-saving tagging can be once you get to the unpacking part. Don’t forget to tag both sides and the top of the cardboard, so that you (and the hauler) can be sure which box goes where, no matter how they will be stacked in the transporting car.

Be extra careful when preparing to transport fragile items. Wrap them in thick layers of textiles and bubble wrap as well as tag them in an easily visible place (including a “This way up” label). You should also make sure that the hauler knows that he’ll be transporting fragile load and which cardboards have to be handled with care.

When you are shipping furniture, it’s crucial to empty them prior to the removal as well as ship everything that was inside individually. Any loose items inside cupboards and cabinets could damage your furniture during transportation. It’s also smart to close all the furniture doors and drawers using tape to make sure they won’t open during shipment. You can use ordinary Scotch tape to do that. Another issue is the matter of putting the furniture into the transporting vehicle. Before trying to move your furniture from the house, make sure that you’ll be able to transport them through the front doors, stairways or into the elevator (if your building has one). If so, you’ll be able to move them without dismantling (be sure to have at least 1 person to assist you!). If they can’t, dismantling them is the sole method to ship them without harm. Be careful with that – make sure you store all the nails and bolts gathered for example in a Ziploc bag and that you’ve secured delicate elements of the furniture sufficiently. Dismantling furniture is also smart when you need to fill the transporting vehicle to the maximum, as dismantled furniture will be much easier to stack efficiently.  

When packing smaller items, such as books, kitchen appliances, decorations and so on, cardboards will be the most obvious choice. It’s almost certain that you won’t have enough boxes to fit all your belongings – however there is a couple of methods to get additional boxes. Firstly you may buy new cardboards in all home-improvement and construction stores. However since you’ll most likely need lots of cardboards, you can choose a more economical method. Try visiting your local stores and see if they have some cardboards they no longer need. Shops usually possess a lot of unneeded boxes and most of the time they are willing to give them away. 

Another options, instead of boxes will be using bags, particularly for storing textiles and small items. There is a quite higher possibility that you will find the bags at home. As stated above, bags will serve as a sufficient alternative for packing textiles, magazines and little things, but unfortunately they have a couple of disadvantages. Bags are much more flimsy than cardboards as well as prone to tearing, should you choose to use them for shipping items with edges (like books, cutlery and such). Also – stacking bags on top of each other is much harder than stacking boxes the same way.

Among the most tricky items to transport are houseplants. It is obviously smartest to move them individually, however if for some reason you cannot do that, make sure that the hauler is aware of what he is going to ship. One day before the removal water the plants thoroughly and let them sit. It’s important that the plants are watered enough to suffer through the transportation, but also to let them take in what they can before putting them in a container (you have to pour off the extra water gathered on the saucer, so that it won’t accidentally leak through the container).

Selecting the right transport provider

Obviously, apart from suitably securing your items for the time of transportation, it is equally important to select a suitable hauler. Which factors should you take into consideration when selecting the right person? Price, certainly, is important, particularly on longer, routes between countries, however that’s just 1 factor. When shipping all your belongings you have to firstly think if your load will be safe in the hands of the hauler. When posting your listing on a shipping marketplace, like Clicktrans, you not only can ask possible transport providers every question you require an answer to before deciding upon a transport provider but also you may read feedback given by former customers on each hauler’s profile page. Nothing is more reliable than feedback given by someone who’s already hired the transport provider you are considering.  

Prices of removal

Price of removal is really hard to estimate, because it changes, sometimes drastically due to the weight and dimensions of the cargo or how long the route is. If your removal consist of many delicate items, the price is likely to be higher. The same goes for international removals – routes within one country are normally less pricey than shipping your things across borders.

Changing apartment is one of the most common happenings we can come across in our life. And despite the fact we move averagely a few times before settling for good, removals are still among the most trying activities that can happen to us. Just working out the logistics of moving all your belongings between houses is an enormous task and when you add securing your belongings for transportation, unpacking as well as choosing the right hauler to assist you with removal, it becomes truly colossal and quite nerve-wracking. Luckily there are a few ways to make the move as efficient as possible as well as considerably less stressful.

Packing and securing your belongings for the time of the removal

One crucial thing you have to remember while packing is that you should create a clear plan that you’ll have to abide by through the whole process. It is smart to create a list of all the things you want transported. It will not only help you pack but additionally will allow you to check if all of your things were safely transported to your new home. Removal entails shipping a big amount of stuff, including a lot of small things that can be easily forgettable when packed in a hurry – a list will ensure that you will remember to check if they all made it to the place of destination safely. Another crucial step is tagging all the cardboards as precisely as you are able to. One of the more useful methods of tagging cardboards is by category. For example all the kitchen accessories as well as appliances should be placed into cardboards labelled ‘kitchen’, all the pillows and jewellery in the box tagged ‘bedroom’ and so on. You’ll quickly find out how time-saving tagging can be once you get to the unpacking part. Don’t forget to tag both sides and the top of the cardboard, so that you (and the hauler) can be sure which box goes where, no matter how they will be stacked in the transporting car.

Be extra careful when preparing to transport fragile items. Wrap them in thick layers of textiles and bubble wrap as well as tag them in an easily visible place (including a “This way up” label). You should also make sure that the hauler knows that he’ll be transporting fragile load and which cardboards have to be handled with care.

When you are shipping furniture, it’s crucial to empty them prior to the removal as well as ship everything that was inside individually. Any loose items inside cupboards and cabinets could damage your furniture during transportation. It’s also smart to close all the furniture doors and drawers using tape to make sure they won’t open during shipment. You can use ordinary Scotch tape to do that. Another issue is the matter of putting the furniture into the transporting vehicle. Before trying to move your furniture from the house, make sure that you’ll be able to transport them through the front doors, stairways or into the elevator (if your building has one). If so, you’ll be able to move them without dismantling (be sure to have at least 1 person to assist you!). If they can’t, dismantling them is the sole method to ship them without harm. Be careful with that – make sure you store all the nails and bolts gathered for example in a Ziploc bag and that you’ve secured delicate elements of the furniture sufficiently. Dismantling furniture is also smart when you need to fill the transporting vehicle to the maximum, as dismantled furniture will be much easier to stack efficiently.  

When packing smaller items, such as books, kitchen appliances, decorations and so on, cardboards will be the most obvious choice. It’s almost certain that you won’t have enough boxes to fit all your belongings – however there is a couple of methods to get additional boxes. Firstly you may buy new cardboards in all home-improvement and construction stores. However since you’ll most likely need lots of cardboards, you can choose a more economical method. Try visiting your local stores and see if they have some cardboards they no longer need. Shops usually possess a lot of unneeded boxes and most of the time they are willing to give them away. 

Another options, instead of boxes will be using bags, particularly for storing textiles and small items. There is a quite higher possibility that you will find the bags at home. As stated above, bags will serve as a sufficient alternative for packing textiles, magazines and little things, but unfortunately they have a couple of disadvantages. Bags are much more flimsy than cardboards as well as prone to tearing, should you choose to use them for shipping items with edges (like books, cutlery and such). Also – stacking bags on top of each other is much harder than stacking boxes the same way.

Among the most tricky items to transport are houseplants. It is obviously smartest to move them individually, however if for some reason you cannot do that, make sure that the hauler is aware of what he is going to ship. One day before the removal water the plants thoroughly and let them sit. It’s important that the plants are watered enough to suffer through the transportation, but also to let them take in what they can before putting them in a container (you have to pour off the extra water gathered on the saucer, so that it won’t accidentally leak through the container).

Selecting the right transport provider

Obviously, apart from suitably securing your items for the time of transportation, it is equally important to select a suitable hauler. Which factors should you take into consideration when selecting the right person? Price, certainly, is important, particularly on longer, routes between countries, however that’s just 1 factor. When shipping all your belongings you have to firstly think if your load will be safe in the hands of the hauler. When posting your listing on a shipping marketplace, like Clicktrans, you not only can ask possible transport providers every question you require an answer to before deciding upon a transport provider but also you may read feedback given by former customers on each hauler’s profile page. Nothing is more reliable than feedback given by someone who’s already hired the transport provider you are considering.  

Prices of removal

Price of removal is really hard to estimate, because it changes, sometimes drastically due to the weight and dimensions of the cargo or how long the route is. If your removal consist of many delicate items, the price is likely to be higher. The same goes for international removals – routes within one country are normally less pricey than shipping your things across borders.

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