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Planning a move? Here are some transport suggestions for you

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Planning a move? Here are some transport suggestions for you

The best way to transport your belongings depends on a number of factors, such as your destination, distance, delivery time, cost and the weight of your belongings. So before choosing how to transport your belongings, it’s worth considering all the factors carefully and choosing the most suitable method for the job. For example, if things are light and small, they can be sent by post or courier. Conversely, if things are heavy or voluminous, they can be transported by car, plane or rail.

The most commonly chosen means of transport when moving house:

1. Hiring a car

The easiest and cheapest way to transport your belongings during a move is to rent a car. You can rent a car for a few hours or a whole day, depending on how much stuff you need to transport. 

2. Using removal companies

The most convenient and economical means of transport when moving house is to hire a van. You can hire a van or van-type vehicle, which provides plenty of space to transport your belongings. In this case, you can use the services of a removal company, which will provide enough vehicles to transport your furniture and other belongings. Removals organised by a professional removal company allow you to transport your belongings quickly and safely. These types of companies offer various services such as furniture removal, packing, storage, furniture assembly, rubbish removal and much more. 
When it comes to transporting very large loads during a move, it is best to use the services of a professional removal company. This company will be able to provide the right equipment to transport large items such as sofas, mattresses, furniture and other large items. The company will also provide adequate protection for the items being transported so that they are not damaged during transit. In addition, the removal company can provide all the necessary materials and tools to carry out the move safely and efficiently.

3. Using your own personal vehicle

If you have a lot of belongings to transport, you can hire a personal car or go on the road in your own car if you have one. This is a relatively inexpensive means of transport, but you will need to prepare the items to be transported, pack them in and out of the car, insure your possessions yourself and, if you live upstairs, seek help to carry heavy, bulky items that you cannot carry yourself.

4. Using a caravan

A caravan is ideal if you want to carry a larger load of belongings. You can rent a caravan or use companies that offer caravan hire. Another option is to hire a caravan if you have a car to pull it with. Trailers are relatively cheap to hire and can be sufficient to transport smaller items.


If you own a car and have not many things to transport, you can do it yourself. However, if you have a lot of stuff and don’t have a car, you can use moving companies. Movers often hire vans, vans or special removal vehicles. You can also ask friends or family to help you.