You've done the horrendous packing and now it is time for the loading and transporting. Of course, there are still a thousand little scenarios that could make the loading and transporting part of the traveling an unbearable nightmare.
Don't you worry. Careful preparation has always been the key in every endeavor and moving out also needs it. You can't just simply move out with impromptu plans as that'll be a sure-fire disaster. And as you can expect every scenario, if you must do things, then do it in the side of caution.
Here's a simple way of careful preparation:
Count the number of people and pets that are traveling with you. You really don't want to leave them behind accidentally. Imagine, being in the interstate, and then you remembered that someone was missing. Things like this could happen. The fact that you could leave things behind already means that you ‘can' leave anyone behind. And living a child behind is one of the most horrendous things to experience.
Make sure that all of the items that you're bringing up with you are complete, packed securely and loaded. You really don't want to mess up the highway with your things falling out of the boxes, do you? Remember, safety first!
Make sure that all the bills are paid and cut. That's right. You're leaving the place but the water and electricity bills are still billed on you. You really don't want to billed for your old place, do you?
Check your horse. That's right, your car should always be in tip-top shape for this journey. Packing up, then moving out is already an experience that's hard and tiring so don't make it harder by using a transport that could bog down and sputter in the middle of nowhere.
All of these three represent ways on how to deal with the act of leaving out. There are, of course, other ways, but these are most the general aspects. Just remember, if you have to decide something, then always decide with caution in mind.