Moving Kings Van Lines

USDOT # 3039429
2940 Nw Commerce Park Drive
Boynton Beach, FL 33424
Boynton Beach
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This company was excellent! Every person I spoke to was professional and helpful. The guys that showed up to move were great as well. They were polite, and they worked fast. I spoke to a live person every time I called in to get updates. All of my belongings arrived in great condition.

I am so glad I went with this company. I had a horrible experience with another company during my past move and I was skeptical about using another company. These guys were great from start to finish. Everything was on time and my items arrived in perfect condition. I was called regularly for updates on where the truck was and when delivery would be. Great communication from the entire team

I am so happy with the way this moved turned out. This company was great from beginning to end. They were easy to get a hold of every time I called in, they were patient and answered all of my questions. Everything was picked up and delivered on time. Thank you so much!

Super happy with this company! They were wonderful from start to finish. Everyone I spoke with was very helpful. The moving crew showed up as scheduled for pick up and drop off. I will be using them for any other moves and telling any friends that need to move about them as well.

These guys were wonderful! They helped me arrange a move for my mother. They were very understanding and accommodating. I am so happy I went with them after countless hours of trying to work with different companies. All of my mother's belongings arrived in top condition and she was so happy.

There guys really are the kings of moving! They gave me a better price than anyone else I contacted, they even included some packing services, they have someone there to answer the phone all the time. I spoke to a real live person even after 10pm. The crew that showed up was professional and respectful. They provided all of the packing materials I needed and quickly packed up my entire house. I was informed when to expect them to drop off my belongings and they were punctual.

I could've made a terrible mistake too if I hadn't chosen these guys. My colleague chose a different moving company while myself chose Moving Kings for our relocation to the same State of Georgia. Moving Kings took absolute care of my properties and delivered them the next day. But sorry to say that my colleague things arrived in 7 days and on top of that, some of his things were missing and some too were damaged. What a pity! I'm glad I chose these guys for my job, they actually did a good job and I'll not hesitate to hire them again in the near future.

My husband and I were curious about shifting to Arizona State with Moving Kings because all of our friends recommended this company to us when searching for a reputable mover. As described, they accomplished the task in an excellent mode, clean delivery! We shall make them our perpetual mover.

Firstly, I called them on the phone and they quickly answered. Again, they promised to come the next day to give me an estimation, which they also did. Thirdly, they gave me an impressive quote and lastly they came and the job was well accomplished. Highly recommended!

Wow! I never knew there is a moving company that charges low and yet delivers an excellent job. All my friends get to know about this moving company.

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QuestionThe American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHO)was organizedand founded on December 12, 1914.On November 13, 1973, the namewas alteredto the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.This slight change in name reflects a broadened scope of attention towards all modes of transportation.Despite the implications of the name change, most of the activities itis involvedin still gravitate towards highways.

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