Info for New Residents
Find out which agencies you need to deal with to update your license and registration in your new state. Get settled.
Skip the hassle of forwarded mail and missing bills by finding the easiest way to update your address info. Change your address.
Get info on the steps, paperwork and written test requirements to trade your out-of state license for a new one. Get a license.
Learn how to apply for a state-issued ID card at any age once you establish residency in your new town. Get an ID.
Read about smog requirements and registering your vehicle in the state if you currently have out-of-state plates. Get registered.
Be certain you are accurately registered using your new address before it’s time to cast your vote. Register to vote.
Be familiar with the latest safety laws such as those involving cell phones and texting, seat belts, child safety seats and helmet requirements. Learn the laws.
Find the address, phone number and hours of the nearest state agency in your new city. Get going.
The professionals can ease the stress and physical strain of making a move. Find out who can help you with your next move. Find a mover.
Find a list of companies that can professionally move your vehicle from one city or from one state to another. Move your car.
Get hooked up and have your utilities turned on before you spend the first night in your new place. Turn on the power.
Enlist the help of a realtor who knows the area so you can find a home that suits your needs and your budget. Buy a new home.
Discover more about the neighborhoods and communities that best suit your style and your wallet. Find an apartment.
What Insurance Coverage Suits You
Knowing the state requirements to determine a policy that fits your budget
Tips for arriving safely if your move involves roadtripping of any distance
Stocking Your Garage
Inventory of essential tools, equipment and fluids for effectively stocking your garage
Determining whether you need GPS navigation to help you find your way around your new town