I can't seem to find the answer to my question anywhere. I've even called the FMCSA. I am moving from NH to Mass. It's only about a 30 mile move and travel will not be required on any major highways. One mover (Paul Arpin) gave me an estimate based on an hourly fee. Mayflower's estimate was based on weight. Mayflower told me that the quote based on worked hours was illegal because regulations require that I be charged by weight when going from one state to another. I called PA back and asked about their quote. I was told that Mayflower was trying to charge me more for the move by charging by weight (which their quote is about twice as much as PA's quote.) I was also told that PA's quote is perfectly legal because they will not be on any major highways and that this is considered a local move even though 2 states are involved. So HELP! Which is it? I don't want to do anything illegal and I definitely don't want to get scammed. Thanks for your time.