Moving Out of StateBetween packing, trekking across state lines, and making sure your new move is the right one, it can seem difficult to cover all your bases. That’s why we’ve put our writers to work on your behalf. They’ve scoured, they’ve searched, they’ve put together all the info you’ll need to keep this move as simple as possible.
This page details everything you need to know (and do) whether your move is temporary or permanent. Does your state require you to leave your license plates behind? Does your state refund some of the money you paid for registering your car? We answer these questions, and many more in the content that follows. Just choose your state, and you’ll be on your way in no time.
In our checklist of sorts, we also remind you of the tasks you’ll need to take care of when you arrive in your new state. We get you to the information you need on changing your address, obtaining a driver license, registering your vehicle, you name it. you’re to-do list isn’t getting any shorter; get moving!
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- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
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