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Old 05-14-2016, 08:18 AM   #1
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RV Hauling prices

I own a small business, and we are expanding into RV and boat storage. We are also looking into hauling. Has anyone ever paid to have there RV moved, and if so, how much? was it charged per mile? loaded and unloaded?
I have an idea where I am going to start my pricing, but am doing a ton of research, and want to make sure I get it right. Any experiences and info any of you may have will be helpful. Thanks
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I own a small business, and we are expanding into RV and boat storage. We are also looking into hauling. Has anyone ever paid to have there RV moved, and if so, how much? was it charged per mile? loaded and unloaded?
I have an idea where I am going to start my pricing, but am doing a ton of research, and want to make sure I get it right. Any experiences and info any of you may have will be helpful. Thanks
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I suggest you Goggle "rv relocation services".
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When I bought my 91 Warrior 23EC it had been sitting so I did not want to drive it without going through it first. The towing co. charged a flat fee plus a $190 per hour rate, the 25 mile tow ended up costing $560 or thereabouts, which was reimbursed to me by AAA (I have Plus/RV but no RV service is available in my market so it's pay then get reimbursed when heavy towing is involved)

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You might get some useful information here. I think most of the transporters there have a flat loaded mile charge. If I remember correctly, any and all breakdowns and consequent repairs are charged to the owner of what's being shipped/delivered.
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Transporter often advertise on Craigslist.

A couple three year ago I had a TT moved about 10-15 miles in the San Fransisco Bay Area. Included setup and leveling at the destination. Paid $250.00. Took a couple three hours of clock time.
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