When you’re moving house, making sure you have every detail organised is really important to keep costs – and stress levels – as low as possible. If you’re taking a van, or more than one, with you on moving day then parking it can be a nightmare. We’ve put together some tips for how to arrange parking for your move.
First off, ask your neighbours if they have a visitors permit you could borrow for that particular day of your move. If not, don't fear – call the local council of where you’re moving to, and let the transport office know when you’re planning on moving. Be as specific as possible in terms of date and time, and how long the vans will be there for, but ask for extra to cover any delays. You just need the vehicle’s registration number and you’re good to go. If you can, tell them what sort of vehicle it is too: the more you help them, the more they’ll be able to help you.
MaxiMove LTD will take on the responsibility of parking charges if there is restrictions in the area, so long as there is a parking metre near by you can top up with cash. We would pay any parking charges to enable us to carry out your removal at no extra cost to the customer. Please note; we would not be responsible for paying parking fines/tickets.
If you do not require permission to park of your local council, and you live on a small road packed with cars all the time please make sure there is a parking space – our van is 10 meters long. (blocking it with rubbish bins usually works)
It can be scary trying to organise big things like parking permits but when it’s done, it’s one more thing you can tick off the list and one step closer to life in your new home.
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