If you hire movers, do they cover 100% of the costs in the case of an accident? Hargraves says it depends if you're moving to a new state or relocating within a state.

The biggest life events often require extensive planning. Thisis especially true if you're planning on moving. One day you'rewondering what to take and what to leave behind, and before youknow it, all your items are packed and it's time to move on.

Amid the flurry of things to consider when you're moving, it'seasy to forget how this will impact your insurance. You may have todrive to work now, which will directly affect your auto insurance.Your new home may have fewer exposures now that you've moved awayfrom the coast, for example, and so your homeowners' insurance will now reflectthat.

May is National Moving Month and there are many questions thatwill pop up if you're planning on moving soon. Jason Hargraves,managing editor at insuranceQuotes.com, shared some key insights on the subject.

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Denny Jacob

Denny Jacob is an associate editor for NU PropertyCasualty360. Contact him at [email protected].