Answers to your most frequently asked questions below.

  • Is SouthLand Transit operating during COVID-19?

  • Southland Movers is open for business and working closely with our crews and van operators to continue to conduct business as usual while adhering to new safety protocols and guidelines as directed by our governmental and public health agencies.  

  • What requirements should I be aware of when moving from a multi-family facility/location?

  • We understand that even during these unprecedented times, many people still need to move and need help to do it. We take our role as essential service providers very seriously. That’s why we haven’t stopped providing the same level of commitment and professionalism to moving services that we’re known for — and we will continue to move forward, as long as it’s considered safe to do so.

  • If you are moving to or from a multi-family facility/location, please let your mover know. In addition, if your facility has any special requirements or procedures for visitors and vendors you are aware of, this information is very beneficial to your mover. Examples could include requirement of a COVID-19 negative test result, limiting number of crew members allowed or restricted use of common areas.

  • Can I cancel/reschedule my move?

  • Since so many things are uncertain, we are trying to make this easy. You may cancel the move if needed and just pay for any services already provided (such as packing or storage.) If no services have yet been provided, there is no cost or penalty.  If you need to reschedule your move, just check with your agent about availability and price.

  • Since so many things are uncertain, we are trying to make this easy. You may cancel the move if needed and just pay for any services already provided (such as packing or storage.) If no services have yet been provided, there is no cost or penalty.  If you need to reschedule your move, just check with your agent about availability and price.

  • My move is scheduled in a few days, and I’m not feeling well. What should I do?

  • What precautions is Southland taking to help prevent the spread of the virus?

  • Wearing face coverings, when available

  • Practicing CDC recommended hand-washing techniques throughout the move

  • Wearing disposable gloves and using hand sanitizer, if available

  • Regularly cleaning and disinfecting before, during and after the move

  • *These Guidelines represent recommendations based on current CDC Guidelines and are subject to change based on our evolving understanding of COVID-19; the availability of equipment; the personal protective equipment; and other federal, state and local regulations that may be issued from time to time. Please direct any questions or concerns to your move coordinator. 

  • What precautions is Southland taking to protect its workers?

  • The health and safety of our customers, drivers and front-line personnel is our highest priority. We can assure you Mayflower is taking extra precautions and has provided resources to personnel regarding Coronavirus, which includes the following: 

  • Mandating virtual surveys in 13 states and are encouraging it in all states 

  • Pre-screening of customers by asking a series of additional questions over the phone 

  • Based upon information provided by the CDC, these questions are related to travel, contact with or exposure to any persons diagnosed with Coronavirus, and/or symptoms consistent with Coronavirus. 

  • Monitoring guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) 

  • This guidance includes immediately sending home workers who have acute respiratory illness and/or who have been exposed to the virus, quarantining workers who have tested positive for the virus and taking additional personal hygiene, personal protection and surface cleaning steps. The guidance also provides planning considerations if there are more widespread community outbreaks of COVID-19.  

  • Developing, updating and publishing FAQs for agents and van operators repeatedly as new information is available 

  • Practicing the CDC issued guidance for Business and Employers

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  • What precautions should I take during my move?

  • Mayflower asks that you follow basic protocol related to social distancing, hygiene and disinfecting practices. This includes the following: 

  • Refraining from any physical participation in the move  

  • Maintaining a 6-foot distance from movers and drivers as they work 

  • Requesting that movers wash their hands before participating in your move 

  • Disinfecting furniture and high-touch surfaces before your movers arrive 

  • Disposing of all packing materials once the move is complete

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  • What if I suspect that a member of my moving team is ill when they arrive for my move?

  • If you believe someone on your team is exhibiting symptoms, please contact your move coordinator right away. Please do not attempt to assess for yourself whether a person has or is at risk of having Coronavirus. Simply pause the move, ask your team to wait outside, and call your move coordinator or our Customer Care Team at 

  • We will work with you to determine the appropriate next steps, such as proceeding, rescheduling or canceling the move.

  • What will you do if it’s discovered that a worker or customer has been diagnosed with COVID-19?

  • If a worker or customer indicates they have been positively diagnosed, Mayflower has a process to analyze all potentially affected shipments, personnel and customers, quarantine shipments as necessary, and notify affected individuals. Mayflower will also cooperate with any government agency that requests information relating to the exposure.

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