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Scanio's Licenses and Insurance

  Moving companies are required by federal and state regulations to hold licenses and insurance in the states that they operate in. Several agencies oversee moves:

The ICC, or Interstate Commerce Commission, regulates moving vehicles in the United States and oversees interstate moves. A move is defined as interstate when belongings are being moved from one state to the other. Additionally, the FMCSA, or the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, defines national regulations for interstate moves.

For intrastate moves, or moves within a state, the state’s Department of Transportation (DOT) oversees.

Federal and state regulations require moving companies to hold licenses in the states that they operate in as well as a license number for interstate moves. Scanio holds a license in New York City as well as a license from the ICC. Our license and insurance information is:
New York DOT: T11495
ICC: MC93512

In addition to the licenses above, professional moving companies are required to hold liability insurance. Liability insurance is extremely important because it defines our levels of responsibility for your belongings during your move. Scanio holds comprehensive liability insurance.
 

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