Federal law governing interstate shipments of household goods under 49 CFR § 375.211 provides that an interstate moving company must have a program in place to provide shippers with an arbitration alternative to litigation. Arbitration must be available for all claims involving property loss, property damage, and disputes over charges for services. Moving companies must provide written notice of arbitration to shippers. A moving company must provide each potential consumer shipper with a written summary of the arbitration program prior to the order for service being issued.

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