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Old 07-09-2016, 06:13 PM   #1
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Any advice on have someone move my RV from Florida to California?

I was just asked to go to our CA site for work. They're willing to pay to relocate our 5th wheel (so I can pull our motorcycle trailer with my truck.) I've sent price quotes to a couple companies and noone is responding. Does anyone have someone that they'd recommend to have a 5th wheel moved cross country?


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I don't have a specific recommendation, but since you're in Florida you might check with boat haulers (check local marinas for suggestions).
I've twice had a 36' boat moved several hundred miles. They loaded it up the flatbed of a semi and off we went (OK, it took two days to get it ready, but you've got the idea).
These guys are accustomed to hauling big loads and have the necessary insurance. Pulling a 5th wheel would likely be like a day off for them.

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another source may be the (many) FL RV dealerships in your area. They have this type of transport problem regularly. Just say'n
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Yes I have. I sent a price quote request and have not got a reply from them yet.
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Camping World (at least ours in California) contracts with companies to move units around...try that
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I just Googled 'RV Transporters' and a lot came up.

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