Authority Van Lines

USDOT # 1854326
2755 NW 19th St
Pompano Beach, FL 33069
Pompano Beach
Florida
Contact Phone: 800-309-5990
Additional Phone: (800) 309-5990
Company Site: www.authorityvanlines.com

Moving with Authority Van Lines

Authority Van Lines is a moving company which services Pompano Beach, Florida. They are family owned and operated. They offer full packing, local moving and long distance moving as well.
My name is Gary Muraco, I am the owner of Authority Van Lines, Inc. I have a lifetime of experience in the moving industry, 30 + years. I can provide a very safe & professional relocation of your household goods...If we can't move it, it cant be moved!
We care tremendously about our customers, our reviews, our reputation, and our company!
We have genuine references letters from clients who became our friends. I will be glad to send our license, insurance, workers comp, D.O.T. certifications and labor law compliance via e-mail upon request, just e-mail us at info@authorityvanlines.com
F.M.C.S.A. ICC-MC# 838935 ...and We carry a 1 Million Dollar Vanliner Insurance Policy. WE ARE NOT BROKERS!!!...We do the moves, you book with us, its our trucks, and our guys, we do not subcontract or use temp labor.



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Thank you Authority Van Lines, Gary Muraco and crew members on my job. This was a great experience here. No complaints, I will definitely recommend this company to others!

I was very impressed with this company and my move. Very professional and polite. I am a very picky person that wants it done "my way" and Gary made sure that the move was handled the way I wanted it to be done. Thank you Authority Van Lines for doing such GREAT JOB on my move!

Really cool company to work with . Guys were great and the price was great. Anyone from Authority can come on by my shop and I will give your half off on some tattoo work. Thanks for a smooth move. Sikko-

Thank you Authority Van Lines for such a great move to Va this week!

Good company, good crew. I am very heppy with the service provided and the price was very reasonable.

Great movers in this town i must say. The guys showed up on time and worked very hard. I am very impressed with the service provided by Authority Van Lines and I will use them again.

I want to take the time to sincerely thank Authority Van Lines once again. Cory, Gary and Kyle for conducting what I think was the best move in history! For such a big move with so many details, I have to say , this company know's how to be thorough and pay close attention to every aspect of the move. Thank you so much! I will be sure to recommend and leave raving reviews. Way to go Gary and crew!

Gary and his team were great!They were patient and understanding as i was an emotional wreck!!! My things were packed carefully and everything worked out great!!! They set up all of my furniture and even gave me some great tips on interior decorating ( thanks again Gary, it looks great!!) I highly recommend this company! !!

These guys were awesome!!! Professional, punctual, proficient. ....they moved me from Ft Lauderdale to Jacksonville. ..the price was right, the guys were polite, and the move went flawless. ...I highly recommend Gary and company for any of your moving needs!!! Thanks again!!!

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