As of March 2015, the average price for a transport-only mobile home in California starts in the $1,000 range for a 60-mile move of a small, single-wide mobile home, depending on location, according to CostHelper. Full-service movers cost more and provide all necessary permits, insurance, and lead and chase vehicles.Continue Reading
Full-service movers make sure the tires, wheels, axles and chassis are ready for travel, with repair costs included in price. The movers must purchase permits for each county through which the home travels. Upon arrival, the movers connect all utilities, skirting and attachments, according to CostHelper. Costs for the full-service move of a small, single-wide mobile home can be as much as $5,000.
The California state mobile home association can recommend mobile home movers, states CostHelper.Learn more about Finding a Home