Need anything moved? SoCal<->ABQ and SeaTac->SoCal

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 Posted: Jul 6, 2019 08:34PM
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Have you ever though about registering yourself with a service like CitizenShipper https://citizenshipper.com/new-drivers or Roadie https://www.roadie.com/drivers ? Seems like just the ticket for someone who wants to make a little extra $$$ on road trips.

Though I will say most of the decent paying jobs (from the few times I looked) seemed to be pet transport gigs...

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No takers for the ABQ trip.

Anyone for the SeaTac to SoCal trip? I'll be going down the 5, so anyone along route works for me.

 Posted: Jun 23, 2019 09:55AM
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Once again I'm going to be taking a longish drive with space for travellers or bulky stuff so I'm reaching out to "my peeps" to see if anyone needs anything moved.

Leaving for ABQ last weekend of June along I-10 and returning within a week. Will have "back of a minivan" space in both directions.


I'm then driving south from Seattleish / snohomishish down to SoCal along I-5 around July 9 and will be in a sedan.

if anyone needs anything moved along those routes, I'm game for helping. Seats, Bonnets, wheels, etc. Heavier stuff for the ABQ trip so long as it fits is ok.

I do have to say, please please PLEASE no contraband or residue of contraband. I carried a passenger that, in hindsight, I now understand why he wanted to be dropped off before we crossed into AZ. The dogs hit on my car while driving through a CBP checkpoint and delayed my trip while they sniffed everywhere his stuff had been in the back of my van...