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Looking for someone to handle your move from beginning to end? Hansen’s moving can do just that. “Full service” means Hansen’s moving company will come to your house in their moving truck, load your belongings, drive them to the destination and unload your items.

When you request an interstate moving quote from Hansen’s Moving , we will provide an estimate for services that is tailored to fit your budget. Our moving estimators will survey your home to approximate the size and weight of your load. You’ll subsequently discuss packing and service options to customize a moving package that fits your specific needs.



Albuquerque, NM

Albuquerque, New Mexico’s largest city, sits in the high desert. Its modern Downtown core contrasts with Old Town Albuquerque, dating to the city’s 1706 founding as a Spanish colony. Old Town is filled with historic adobe buildings, such as San Felipe de Neri Church, 5 museums, and shops selling Native American handicrafts. Nearby, The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center traces the area’s tribal history. ― Wikipedia
Elevation: 5,312′
Population: 559,374 (2019)
Local time: Friday 2:54 PM
Mayor: Tim Keller

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Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix is the capital of the southwestern U.S. state of Arizona. Known for its year-round sun and warm temperatures, it anchors a sprawling, multicity metropolitan area known as the Valley of the Sun. It’s known for high-end spa resorts, Jack Nicklaus–designed golf courses and vibrant nightclubs. Other highlights include the Desert Botanical Garden, displaying cacti and numerous native plants. ― Wikipedia
Elevation: 1,086′
Population: 1.633 million (2019)
Metro population: 4,948,203 (US: 10th)

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Spanish Fork, UT

Spanish Fork is a city in Utah County, Utah, United States. It is part of the Provo–Orem Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 40,913 as of a 2019 estimate. Spanish Fork, Utah is the 20th largest city in Utah based on official 2017 estimates from the US Census Bureau. Wikipedia
Elevation: 4,577′
Area: 16.21 mi²
Zip code: 84660
Population: 39,371 (2019)

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The US Interstate Highways are limited access highways that serve the United States. Interstates can vary in length from under a mile to stretching across the entire country.

For many trips, the interstate highways are the most efficient way to travel by automobile between two points. Being limited access highways, interstates do not have traffic lights except on rare occasions. They typically have speed limits of 55 miles per hour (90km/h) or more – portions of I‑10 and I-20 in rural western Texas and portions of I‑15 in rural central Utah have a speed limit of 85mph (140km/h) – and are well maintained

Fort Collins, Co

Fort Collins is a city in northern Colorado. Its Old Town historic district has 1800s houses, a vintage trolley, specialty shops and restaurants. The Fort Collins Museum of Discovery features interactive science, history and nature exhibits, plus a digital dome theater. West of the city, trails criss-cross Horsetooth Mountain Open Space, known for the peak’s distinctive Horsetooth Rock formation and Horsetooth Falls. ― Wikipedia
Elevation: 5,003′
Population: 165,609 (2019)
Mayor: Jeni Arndt
Area code: Area code 970

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Garland, TX

Garland is a city in the U.S. state of Texas. It is located northeast of Dallas and is a part of the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. It is located almost entirely within Dallas County, except a small portion located in Collin and Rockwall counties. At the 2010 census, the city had a population of 226,876. Wikipedia
Elevation: 551′
Population: 238,418 (2019)
Mayor: Scott LeMay
Area code: Area code 469

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Waterloo, IA

Waterloo is a city in and the county seat of Black Hawk County, Iowa, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census the population decreased by 0.5% to 68,406; the 2019 Census estimates the population at 67,328, making it the eighth-largest city in the state. Wikipedia
Elevation: 883′
Population: 67,912 (2019)
Metro population: 169,895
Area code: 319

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Speed limits

Like most other roads, all interstate highways have speed limits. The limits, which are controlled and enforced by state and municipal police departments in the respective states where they are located, can vary, depending on the laws of that state, the volume of traffic, and other factors. Typical speed limits range from 55-75 miles per hour, though there are exceptions both above and below this.

In the past, it was widely accepted that there was a grace of 10 mph above the speed limit before tickets would be issued. This has changed in most states though, as excessive speed has been found to be the most common cause of fatal accidents. Now, in most states, tickets are routinely issued for speeding violations less than 10mph above the speed limit, and in some cases, for going just 1mph above. To avoid this, it is preferable to travel below the speed limit altogether in the presence of a police unit or out in the open where one may appear suddenly.

Other ways to avoid speeding tickets are as follows:

  • Periodically check the vehicle behind you to be sure it is not a police unit. If it is, you are safe provided you follow all traffic laws and your vehicle is not otherwise suspicious. A police unit may not always be easy to identify because different makes and models are used in each jurisdiction, and some units are unmarked. And at night, it is even more difficult to identify one due to the lack of light.
  • Watch the vehicle in front if you, as police set up speed traps ahead as well. If its brake lights turn on, it may be because of a police vehicle. For speed traps that are ahead, the police units often position themselves so they can see you before you see them.
  • Travel in the middle of a pack of vehicles. This reduces the likelihood your vehicle will be targeted, as officers can most easily spot the vehicles in the front and back.
  • If no other vehicles are on the road in your vicinity, be especially careful to obey the speed limit and other traffic laws. If there is only one vehicle in the presence of a police unit, the officer has more time to look for a violation committed by that vehicle.
  • Use the left lane for passing only, and avoid remaining there longer than you need to be. The left lane is typically the fast lane, and that is where officers look for speeders the most.
  • Use cruise control if you have it to make sure you do not accidentally exceed the speed limit. At the same time, be aware that speed increases when moving downhill, even while on cruise control, and in some places, this is where officers love to catch speeders.
  • Do not go at a speed above that of other vehicles that stands out. If you are the driver who is weaving in and out of traffic and passing all the rest, officers will take notice of this.
  • Driving a more neutral colored vehicle makes you less of a police target. Bright or unusual colors, such as red and yellow, tend to stand out more.

Jackson, ms

Jackson is the capital city of Mississippi. The statewide Mississippi Freedom Trail runs through the city, encompassing a number of historic sites that were significant in the civil rights movement. These include the Medgar Evers Home Museum and the landmark Mississippi State Capitol building. In leafy LeFleur’s Bluff State Park, the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science includes an aquarium and nature trails. ― Wikipedia
Elevation: 279′
Area: 113.2 mi²
Population: 166,383 (2019)
Unemployment rate: 7.7% (Feb 2021)

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Coeur d'alene, id

Coeur d’Alene is a city in northwest Idaho. It’s known for water sports on Lake Coeur d’Alene, plus trails in the Canfield Mountain Natural Area and Coeur d’Alene National Forest. McEuen Park offers a grassy lawn and a trailhead for adjacent Tubbs Hill. The lakeside City Park & Beach includes picnic areas and a playground. The Museum of North Idaho traces regional history, including the city’s former timber industry. ― Wikipedia
Elevation: 2,188′
Population: 50,540 (2019)
Mayor: Steve Widmyer
Area code: Area code 208

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Bismarck, Nd

Bismarck is the capital city of North Dakota. The tall, art deco North Dakota State Capitol is set on landscaped grounds. Nearby, the North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum traces the state’s natural and cultural history. The restored Former Governors’ Mansion dates back to the late 19th century. By the Missouri River, the Dakota Zoo is home to grizzly bears and endangered Bengal tigers. ― Wikipedia
Elevation: 1,686′
Population: 72,777 (2019)
Mayor: Steve Bakken
Area code: 701

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Tolls exist on some interstates and are particularly common on interstates located in the Northeastern United States. Tolls could be either for the highways themselves or for bridges along the highways.


Some of the tolls on Interstate Highways for cars are (this list is currently incomplete, not always up to date, and may vary from prices listed by time of day or method used to pay):

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Michigan: The Mackinac Bridge which crosses the Straits of Mackinac is $2.00 for traffic in both directions.


Pennsylvania: The toll rate for traveling the length of the Pennsylvania Turnpike from the Ohio State Line to the Valley Forge exit is $34.45.


New York: The toll rate for traveling the I-87 portion of the New York Thruway from New York City to Albany is $6.80.


Massachusetts: The toll rate for traveling the entire length of the Massachusetts Turnpike from Boston to West Stockbridge is $10.60.

New York: The toll rate for traveling the I-90 portion of the New York Thruway from Albany to the Pennsylvania state line is $16.00.


Maine: The toll rate for traveling the complete length of the Maine Turnpike is $7.00.

New Hampshire: As of August 25, 2015, the toll rate for the Blue Star Turnpike (I-95) in Southern New Hampshire is $2.00.

New York: As of August 25, 2015 the toll rate for the New England Thruway from New York City to Connecticut is $1.75 which is charged in the northbound direction.

New Jersey: As of 1 October 2013, The George Washington Bridge has a toll of $13 while traveling in a northbound direction. The New Jersey Turnpike from exit 7A northward is a part of I-95. The toll for this distance is $9.55.

Delaware: between exit 1 (DE-896) and exit 109 in Maryland (MD-279), there is a $4 toll in each direction. This toll is described by signs as being for the entire Delaware Turnpike, though it only needs to be paid if traveling between these two exits. The toll can be avoided southbound by taking exit 1 north, turning left on Christiana Parkway (DE-4/896), and left on Elkton Road (DE-2/MD-279), then re-entering I-95, or the reverse while traveling northbound. This takes an additional 10 minutes.

Maryland: The Millard Tydings Bridge over the Susquehanna River has a $8.00 toll for northbound travelers. The Fort McHenry Tunnel in Baltimore also charges a $4.00 toll for traffic in both directions.

I-295 (Delaware)

The Delaware Memorial Bridge has a $4 toll for those travelling southbound.

Nashville, TN

Nashville is the capital of the U.S. state of Tennessee and home to Vanderbilt University. Legendary country music venues include the Grand Ole Opry House, home of the famous “Grand Ole Opry” stage and radio show. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and historic Ryman Auditorium are Downtown, as is the District, featuring honky-tonks with live music and the Johnny Cash Museum, celebrating the singer’s life. ― Wikipedia
Elevation: 597′
Population: 692,587 (2018)
Mayor: John Cooper
Area code: Area code 615

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Philadelphia, pa

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s largest city, is notable for its rich history, on display at the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall (where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed) and other American Revolutionary sites. Also iconic are the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, immortalized by Sylvester Stallone’s triumphant run in the film “Rocky.” ― Wikipedia
Population: 1.579 million (2019)
Mayor: Jim Kenney
Area code: Area code 267

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Boston, ma

Boston, officially the City of Boston, is the capital and most populous city of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United States and 21st most populous city in the country. Wikipedia
Area: 89.63 mi²
Population: 684,379 (2019)
Area code: Area code 617

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Rest areas

On many interstates are rest areas where motorists can stop to take breaks. Rest areas are usually equipped with rest rooms, and many have various other facilities to meet the needs of travelers.

In the absence of a rest area or one with the facilities one needs, another option is to exit the highway and find a place off the highway that meets those needs.

If you choose to do this, for your own safety, observe your surroundings. Be sure to stop in a well-lit area with plenty of other people present. Before choosing an exit, be sure re-entry in the same direction is possible.

West Palm Beach, Fl

West Palm Beach is a city in South Florida. It’s separated from neighboring Palm Beach by the Lake Worth Lagoon. Downtown’s Clematis Street and CityPlace districts are filled with restaurants, shops, bars and clubs. The Norton Museum of Art displays American, European and Chinese art, including Impressionist paintings. Nearby, the 4-theater Kravis Center for the Performing Arts hosts concerts, plays, dance and opera. ― Wikipedia
Area: 57.97 mi²
Population: 109,767 (2019)
Mayor: Keith James
Area code: 561

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Anchorage, AK

Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, is in the south-central part of the state on the Cook Inlet. It’s known for its cultural sites, including the Alaska Native Heritage Center, which displays traditional crafts, stages dances, and presents replicas of dwellings from the area’s indigenous groups. The city is also a gateway to nearby wilderness areas and mountains including the Chugach, Kenai and Talkeetna. ― Wikipedia
Elevation: 102′
Area: 1,944 mi²
Population: 293,531 (2019)
Area code: Area code 907

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MakawAo, HI

Makawao is a census-designated place in Maui County, Hawaiʻi, United States. The population was 7,184 at the 2010 census. Located on the rural northwest slope of Haleakala on East Maui, the community is known for being the hub of the “Upcountry”, a part of the island dominated by mostly agriculture and ranch land. Wikipedia
Elevation: 1,578′
Area: 3.5 mi²
Zip code: 96768
Population: 7,341 (2019)
Area code: Area code 808

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Kailua-Kona, HI

Kailua-Kona is a town on the west coast of Hawaii Island (the Big Island). Hulihee Palace is a former royal vacation home dating from 1838. Mokuaikaua Church, from the 1800s, is Hawaii’s oldest Christian church. On Kailua Bay, reconstructed thatched houses at Kamakahonu National Historic Landmark mark King Kamehameha I’s residence. Colorful coral lies off Kamakahonu Beach. Kailua Pier has boat moorings. ― Wikipedia
Elevation: 7′
Area: 39.9 mi²
Population: 15,231 (2019)
ZIP code: 96740
Area code: Area code 808

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