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Old 06-21-2002, 09:59 AM   #1
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Delivery companies...any you can recommend

Still waying up our options...does anyone know a good company that will tow between NH and NJ?? About 400 miles

What will I need paperwork wise to use a delivery company?


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Old 06-21-2002, 10:48 PM   #2
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Have you just tried contacting a Mobile Home mover? They should be able to hook up and go. A good, bonded and insured mover will be able to take care of any paper involved. You probably only need a paper temporary tag. In Texas we get those from the Department of Public Safety for a few bucks, if we even bother.


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If you go back to your original posting abt'll find a name and telephone num of a guy that I know personally who's been in the RV business oneway or another for many years..He might be able to help you out, if not recommand someone who can..good luck to you~
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I vaguely remember seeing an advertisement for a towing company on ebay when I bought my Excella. You might check their website because they had a number of services where you could have someone check out a vehicle you wanted to bid on for any maintenance problems. I think they mentioned a towing/shipping company as one of their services.

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