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Top Interstate Moving Companies in Denver, CO

When every moving company in Denver, CO claims they're the best, how do you really know? Can the company even legally offer interstate moving services? We analyzed 70 moving companies in Denver and more than 20,000 movers nationwide using our constantly updated ranking calculation to help you determine the best interstate movers.
The Other Side Logo

based on 2,225+ data points

2324 Federal Blvd unit a, Denver, CO, 80211
Local moving, Long-distance moving, Cross-country moving See More
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Pro Piano Moving Logo

based on 1,881+ data points

8525 E Hampden Ave # 303, Denver, CO, 80231
Piano Moving within Denver and Colorado Springs, Flights of Stairs Piano Moving (additional charge), Moving through Backyard with All Terrain Dolly See More
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based on 1,385+ data points

4704 N Harlan St # 672, Wheat Ridge, CO, 80212
Local moving services, Long-distance moving services, Cross-country moving services See More
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Movemasters, Inc. Logo

based on 3,188+ data points

745 Lipan St, Denver, CO, 80204

License Info

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    Authorized for Interstate Moves
    (last checked 5/23/2024)
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    State License: HHG-00038 Verify
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    USDOT License: 1290433 Verify
Local Moving, Long-Distance Moving, Household Moving See More
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Our Reviews of the Best Long Distance Movers in Denver

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How do we review a moving company?

Imagine the challenge of sifting through and reading every single review a moving company has ever received. Could you spot the fake reviews? Could you formulate a well-rounded analyses, or would you be left relying on a gut feeling?

Our rigorous evaluation process addresses this by meticulously vetting each moving company based on 11 crucial aspects of the moving experience:

  • 1. Quality

    Overall quality of the service provided on moving day.

  • 2. Punctuality

    Did the crew show up on-time with the required equipment?

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Dependable Rankings You Can Count On!

Our rankings are data-driven — movers cannot purchase a spot on our list. Here's why you can have confidence in our recommendations:

  • No Paid Placements: Every company earns its spot through merit, not payment.
  • Extensive Analysis: Evaluated over 24,000 movers across the country for our rankings.
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What makes a move long distance?

There’s no official definition of what qualifies as a “long distance” move, but it’s generally moving outside of your city to another.

Long Distance vs Interstate vs Intrastate


If you’re moving across state lines (interstate), you likely need to hire a moving company with a valid USDOT license. This licensing information comes from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and applies to a moving company's ability to perform a long distance Interstate Move (for example: from California to Texas).

If your move crosses state lines within the same commercial zone, or metropolitan area (for example: DC to Alexandria, VA), it is generally not considered an interstate move and a moving company may not need an "Active" license from FMCSA to perform this type of move.

Long Distance

There is no official designation regarding what constitutes a "long distance" move. But, one thing is clear. A "long-distance" move that does NOT cross state lines is not considered an interstate move and would not require a valid USDOT license (unless the state regulations additionally require it). For example, the 800 mile move from El Paso, TX to Texarkana, TX may be "long distance", but it is still an intrastate move and only regulated by local statewide authority (in this case, the TXDMV).


Intrastate moves (within the same state) are regulated by state and local jurisdictions and licensing requirements vary according to locale.

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