Something that can go 100 miles should be able to go another 100 without much additional wear and tear. The movers will let you know if they have concerns based on what they see, in which case it probably wouldn’t make it 100 miles anyway.
If you’re grabbing one from out of state then the mover may need to be licensed in both states to make it happen. Also consider the wind and load requirements of the home to ensure that the origination state’s requirements also meet the destination states’ requirements (e.g. Illinois to Michigan).
In short, source in-state if possible as there are fewer strings attached.