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Appendix IV Helpful Hints for Your Move
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When You Arrive at Your Destination
Notify delivery services, such as milk, laundry, and newspaper services, to discontinue service. Make  appointments  with  any  service  representative  needed  to  disconnect your  appliances.  Try  to  have  appliances  disconnected  the  day  before  you move. Make arrangements for transportation of your pets and plants unless you plan to   take   them   in   the   car.   Check   with   a   veterinarian   about   proper immunizations.  Check with your new command about possible prohibitions of any animals or plants. Make a list of absolute necessities your infants and children use in the course of a day. Plan entertainment for the older children while traveling. TWO OR THREE DAYS BEFORE MOVING DAY: Wash and iron soiled clothing. Make arrangements for the disposition of unauthorized items of shipment, such as alcoholic beverages; boats; motors; large automotive parts; building materials; paints; aerosol cans; flammable items such as fireworks, cleaning fluids, paints, and matches; and half-used cans or bottles of substances that might leak or cause damage. Drain gas and oil from power mowers and leave the cap off so the fumes evaporate before shipment. THE DAY BEFORE MOVING DAY: Place the things to be packed together in separate groups. Prepare a list of items you will need immediately upon arrival at your new home. Remember to ask the packer to load these items last and unload them first. Disconnect and prepare your appliances for shipment. Have your utility meters read. Loosen any rugs or carpets that are secured to the floor. Remove outside TV antennas and window air conditioners. Remove articles from the walls. Dismantle swing sets. MOVING DAY: Be on hand when the movers arrive. Remain on the premises until all your goods are loaded. Keep children and pets out of the way of the moving van and crew. Accompany the carrier’s representative through the house as each piece of furniture is inspected, tagged, and listed on the inventory. Let the carrier do all the packing, and make sure the inventory is not shown as “packed by owner.” AIV-2

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