An Olympia long-distance move can also be called an Olympia interstate move or an Olympia cross-country move. Although all three can mean the same thing, each is slightly different from the others.
A move that crosses at least one state line would be considered an Olympia interstate move. So, an interstate move doesn’t have to be long distance. An Olympia cross-country move is a long-distance move that usually crosses many state lines. A relocation is generally considered a long-distance move when it is over 100 miles. Any moves that travel fewer miles, say 100 miles or 50 miles, are considered local moves.
People move long distances for a number of reasons, like: