Long distance movers are really helpful now that there are companies almost everywhere the facilitate the process. The best thing about long distance movers in my opinion is that once you have arrived at your destination you can just drop off the vehicle in the area that you are moving into. This is true for the bigger long distance movers that have established themselves all throughout different areas. Since there are vehicles that will be coming out of that location anyway they just keep them there when the new person arrives so that someone else can use them. However this always makes me wonder about long distance movers because I am sure that some places are not frequented as often and then there are some places where many more people might be moving into than out of. This is especially true for college students. Many of them will need long distance movers to move into the city of their university but there will not be a free living space back in their old home since their parents live there. I think that there must be a process in which the balance is achieved. Perhaps people are hired to drive the long distance movers and therefore to establish a balance if there is a greater need for vehicles elsewhere. They must surely be coordinated very well and even before there are problems of overcrowding of vehicles ways are found in which there will not be an imbalance. I only imagine that cities like New York City would be much more difficult to manage than smaller towns. Also the prices also most likely vary depending on how many people are moving out of or into the place. I assume that a smaller town might be a little more since people will not be readily moving out of there and the vehicle might need to be brought back by a hired driver. This is just my speculation about long distance movers and the process could be quite different.