Ok here's the deal, this lady is the boss at a nursing home in my town. she lives north of here 45 minutes. her mother lives south of here 45 minutes, or her house is there rather. Her mother is in this nursing home the lady works at and the mother is being transferred to assisted living in my town. The mother's house has been sold but an auction is going to be held there for furniture and such. This lady wants some of her furniture moved to her mother's for the auction and some of her mother's stuff moved to her house to be kept, and some of her mother's stuff to be taken to the assisted living apartment. so, she needs some furniture moved from a place 45 minutes north of here to 45 minutes south of here, then some from the south place back to the north place and one stop on the way from south to north, to a place in my town. We'll be using my truck and trailer and i'll have a helper. I'd say about 5 hrs into this, 6 at absolute most. What would be a fair amount to charge? I asked what she had in mind to pay and she said "at least $500". I don't want to take advantage, but in my mind i've never felt like i was taking advantage if the customer thought they got a fair deal. Now, i'm not sure but the price may be charged to the nursing home/assisted living place, which probably goes to the insurance? I think $500 would be more than enough for the job, don't you? LOL.... Thats about $100/hr. for truck, trailer, me and a helper. what ya all think? i know what i'm gonna do but what would you do?