What is considered a long-distance move in D.C.?

Thumbtack Editors

Moving from Washington, DC, to a city that’s 100 miles or more away is generally considered long-distance, though some companies may raise the threshold to 400 miles. 

A move from DC to New York could be considered a long-distance move, as is moving from DC to Atlanta. Other potential long-distance moves include:

  • Moving from DC to San Diego 
  • Moving from DC to Seattle 
  • Moving from DC to Boston 

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