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Edward Flower

Edward Flower

10/21/2017

One of my very good friends recommended this company to me. He had a really good moving experience with the crew of Leo's Moving. When I contacted them for our move, they behaved very nicely with us. They gave us a competitive estimation. The move was completed within the schedule and without any mishaps and was completely worth the price.

One of my very good friends recommended this company to me. He had a really good moving experience with the crew of Leo's Moving. When I contacted them for our move, they behaved very nicely with us. They gave us a competitive estimation. The move was completed within the schedule and without any mishaps and was completely worth the price.

Isaac Hill

Isaac Hill

10/30/2017

Everyone I was in contact with was helpful and courteous, and your staff takes pride in your company and the services you provide. I will definitely refer your company to others, and if we are in need of your services again, I will not hesitate to call you guys again. Thank you!

Everyone I was in contact with was helpful and courteous, and your staff takes pride in your company and the services you provide. I will definitely refer your company to others, and if we are in need of your services again, I will not hesitate to call you guys again. Thank you!

Fred A. Sayler

Fred A. Sayler

12/09/2017

First time hiring a moving service. To say I was impressed is an understatement. The guys were phenomenal. Fast, yet very gentile with the items. Super strong. They were fun, nice, worked well together. I couldn't have asked for a better group of movers. It was a pleasure and I would highly recommend them to everyone.

First time hiring a moving service. To say I was impressed is an understatement. The guys were phenomenal. Fast, yet very gentile with the items. Super strong. They were fun, nice, worked well together. I couldn't have asked for a better group of movers. It was a pleasure and I would highly recommend them to everyone.

William C. Smith

William C. Smith

01/08/2018

These guys are awesome! They arrived within the quoted time frame and gave me a heads up that they were on the way. They helped me tape up remaining boxes, and then they got to work. Quick, friendly, and efficient. My truck was packed expertly and not a thing moved during my 1000 mile drive. Will definitely be recommending them to friends!

These guys are awesome! They arrived within the quoted time frame and gave me a heads up that they were on the way. They helped me tape up remaining boxes, and then they got to work. Quick, friendly, and efficient. My truck was packed expertly and not a thing moved during my 1000 mile drive. Will definitely be recommending them to friends!

Albert_E

Albert_E

02/25/2018

Thank you to Leo's Moving company. These guys were so professional, quick & helped make our move as easy as possible! Would recommend them to anyone looking for a great moving company!

Thank you to Leo's Moving company. These guys were so professional, quick & helped make our move as easy as possible! Would recommend them to anyone looking for a great moving company!

Albert_E

Albert_E

02/25/2018

Thank you to Joe, Cliff, Rob & Brian! These guys were so professional, quick & helped make our move as easy as possible! Would recommend them to anyone looking for a great moving company!

Thank you to Joe, Cliff, Rob & Brian! These guys were so professional, quick & helped make our move as easy as possible! Would recommend them to anyone looking for a great moving company!

David B. Smith

David B. Smith

03/05/2018

These guys were great and really reasonably priced. We hired them to move stuff from 2 apartments and they were on time, efficient, super friendly and professional. I'd definitely hire them again and recommend them to anyone

These guys were great and really reasonably priced. We hired them to move stuff from 2 apartments and they were on time, efficient, super friendly and professional. I'd definitely hire them again and recommend them to anyone

Robert L. Stanley

Robert L. Stanley

03/29/2018

These guys are professionals. Leo's moving were so helpful, easy to work with and friendly. Answered all my questions in a timely manner and helped me coordinate my move moving needs. The crew were awesome to work with, upbeat and friendly making the move fun. We will definitely use them again and refer them to all our friends and family.

These guys are professionals. Leo's moving were so helpful, easy to work with and friendly. Answered all my questions in a timely manner and helped me coordinate my move moving needs. The crew were awesome to work with, upbeat and friendly making the move fun. We will definitely use them again and refer them to all our friends and family.

Albert A. Barton

Albert A. Barton

04/04/2018

Leo's moving company crew were fast, professional and friendly. They were very responsive and gave us comprehensive breakdowns of services and costs. They disassembled, moved and reassembled all of our furniture in under 3 hours. The price was very reasonable.

Leo's moving company crew were fast, professional and friendly. They were very responsive and gave us comprehensive breakdowns of services and costs. They disassembled, moved and reassembled all of our furniture in under 3 hours. The price was very reasonable.

Andy

Andy

05/30/2018

This is a great company, and I would highly recommend it. The owner worked with me to give me a good price and the movers were very professional and efficient.

This is a great company, and I would highly recommend it. The owner worked with me to give me a good price and the movers were very professional and efficient.

Jack M. Campbell

Jack M. Campbell

06/11/2018

They are very helpful and efficient. They did the moving job very professionally. The price they charged not expensive price but with great service quality. I am very happy with this moving service.

They are very helpful and efficient. They did the moving job very professionally. The price they charged not expensive price but with great service quality. I am very happy with this moving service.

Martin E. Valenzuela

Martin E. Valenzuela

06/11/2018

Amazing! They were the best movers I've ever had. The guys were professional and very polite. They worked quickly and carefully. Using them took a lot of stress out of moving. I would recommend this company to anyone.

Amazing! They were the best movers I've ever had. The guys were professional and very polite. They worked quickly and carefully. Using them took a lot of stress out of moving. I would recommend this company to anyone.

Roy Bednar

Roy Bednar

09/22/2018

We chose Leo's Moving for our small move. Good idea! Had to move in a hurry due to a shorter escrow than expected and Leo's Moving, although super busy, managed to work us into their schedule. The office was terrific, prices fair, service exception. Thanks to their wonderful crew for their patience, hard work and for taking care of my things. I would definitely recommend and also us...

We chose Leo's Moving for our small move. Good idea! Had to move in a hurry due to a shorter escrow than expected and Leo's Moving, although super busy, managed to work us into their schedule. The office was terrific, prices fair, service exception. Thanks to their wonderful crew for their patience, hard work and for taking care of my things. I would definitely recommend and also use them again if needed.

Sidney Duncan

Sidney Duncan

01/31/2019

Leo's Moving gave me very good experience. I have never worked with moving companies before so it was interesting and not tiring. The moving process was dynamic, the movers team worked really fast and carefully. They were well-organized as well which is so much important when you don't have much time. They deserve a 5 star recommendation!

Leo's Moving gave me very good experience. I have never worked with moving companies before so it was interesting and not tiring. The moving process was dynamic, the movers team worked really fast and carefully. They were well-organized as well which is so much important when you don't have much time. They deserve a 5 star recommendation!

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Medium trucks are larger than light but smaller than heavy trucks. In the US, they are defined as weighing between 13,000 and 33,000 pounds (6,000 and 15,000 kg). For the UK and the EU, the weight is between 3.5 and 7.5 tons (3.9 and 8.3 tons). Local delivery and public service (dump trucks, garbage trucks, and fire-fighting trucks) are around this size.

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The feature film "Joy Ride" premiered in 2001, portraying the story of two college-age brothers who by a CB radio while taking a road trip. Although the plot seems lighthearted, it takes a quick turn after one of the brothers attempts a prank on an unknown truck driver. They soon find out the dangerous intentions of this killer driver, who is set on getting his revenge. Seven years later in 2008 the sequel "Joy Ride 2: Dead Ahead" came out on DVD only. Similar to its predecessor, the plot involves another murdering truck driver, a.k.a "Rusty Nail". He essentially plays psychological mind games with a young couple on a road trip.

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