|1. Hazardous material-|
items that are flammable, corrosive or explosive. You may be surprised to see some of the items listed as hazardous, but there are usually good reasons to have them included. Fertilizer, for example, can become highly explosive under the right circumstances.
|Acids||Fire extinguisher||Nail polish remover|
|Charcoal||Lamp oil||Pool chemicals|
|Charcoal lighter fluid||Liquid bleach||Propane tanks|
|Chemistry sets||Loaded guns||Reloading supplies|
|Cleaning solvents||Matches||SCUBA tanks|
|Darkroom chemicals||Motor oil||Sterno|
|Fertilizer||Nail polish||Weed killer|
|2. Perishable items -|
With long-distance moving, food items will not be allowed by movers. This is because the food will not keep and could attract rats and other pests that might damage your property.
|Frozen food||Refrigerated food||Produce|
|Opened food products||Plants (Including indoor)|
|3. Personal or sentimental items -|
This category of non-allowable can create problems should your shipment be delayed or items lost. We suggest that irreplaceable items andor sentimental items be carried with you instead of being packed with your shipment.
|Address book||Computer discs||Personal video tapes, DVDs|
|Airline tickets||Financial documents||Photographs, photo albums|
|Car keys||Insurance policies||Professional files|
|Car titles||IRAs, deeds, tax records||Research projects|
|CDs||Keys to furn.,safe, home||Sterling silver|
|Cell phones||Laptop computers||Stocks or bonds|
|Certificates of Deposit||Medical, dental records||Wedding albums|
|Collections (coin, etc.)||Pagers|