By Lynne Adkins

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Need to move a desk or a chair, but your car is too small? There’s an app for that.

Dolly is an uber-like service in seven cities, the latest is Philadelphia. But instead of transporting you, locals with trucks will move your stuff.

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Kevin Shawver, the company’s senior director of marketing, says you use the app or the website to order a pickup.

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“Most common use cases are small apartment, condo, office moves. We do a lot of deliveries from retail stores like Ikea, Big Lots, and Costco, and a fair amount of donation runs to local charities,” he explained.

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You can help move the stuff to save money, or let the truck owner do the work. Prices start at $35 and increase depending on the number of items and distance.