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American Motorcyclist Association Allied Van Lines discounts

Moving a motorcycle can be a stressful experience. Moving a house full of goods can be downright daunting. Allied Van Lines helps members of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) take the stress out of both.

For years, Allied Van Lines and its agent, The Federal Companies, have been the exclusive domestic motorcycle transport partners of the AMA. Now, Allied and Federal have teamed up to offer AMA members preferred customer discounts and $75,000 in free valuation coverage on household goods transport as well.

"Beyond just saving money on a move, it’s important that our AMA members can put faith in the services our member benefit partners provide," said AMA Director of Business Development Jim Moore. "Through our past relationship, both Federal and Allied have proven that they care about the needs of our members as well as the valuable possessions our members need to relocate from time to time."

To take advantage of the preferred pricing and free valuation coverage, AMA members simply provide their AMA number when placing a call to Allied’s agent, The Federal Companies, at (800) 747-4100, ext. 210. Allied’s preferred customer discounts for household goods vary depending on the size of the shipment, the miles moved and the time of year.

"Allied Van Lines understands that every move is different," said Allied Special Products Vice President and General Manager John Ainlay. "Motorcyclists often have a number of unique needs, for good reason, and we’re happy to offer our innovative services, advanced technology and custom solutions to make sure their moves go as smoothly as possible."

Allied Van Lines and The Federal Companies offer Personal Moving Plans for each customer, which include a number of services beyond basic loading, transportation and unloading. Additional options include specialized packing and unpacking services, assembly and disassembly services, shuttle service and storage.

The Allied Van Lines preferred customer discounts for household goods moves are just one in a long list of AMA member benefits and savings, which now include free AMA Roadside Assistance for all members who sign-up for automatic renewal or three-year memberships. For more on the benefits of AMA membership, see www.AmericanMotorcyclist.com and click on Member Services.


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