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Summer Moving Checklist

Moving to a new home? Get ready to go through a very tough time. Moving consists of several tasks that go beyond packing and unpacking your stuff from one place to another. There are a lot of things you need to keep in mind. When moving to a new place, you not only have to deal with the new community, but you have to update all your accounts and register yourself with the new municipal. This checklist will help you draw a plan in which you can get everything done without much hassle.

Setting up new utility accounts

One of the first things you need to make sure that you have gas and electricity in the new place you move on. Then you can deal with the internet, phone and other utilities required in a household. Before you make the move, go to the new area and start registering yourself with utility providers in the area. Find out who provides the basic utilities and sign up with them at least two weeks before your final move. Once you have registered, the people from the utility office will come and take care of the rest. But if you take time, you may not have basic utilities when you reach your new home. So don’t delay on registering yourself first and foremost.

Get yourself registered to vote

Do you know moving to a new place means you no longer will be able to vote until you register yourself with the new area? When you get to the new place, you can visit the local election commission and get yourself and the family register to vote. Registering yourself for voting has other benefits which your election body will explain. So don’t delay and register to vote.

Get your car registered

Moving to the new place also means that you will have to register your car to the new municipal of the area. Go to the revenue authorities of the area you are moving to as soon as you have moved in and get your papers straight. They will update their database and your car will be re-registered.

Change your postal address or set a forwarding mail

Moving to a new place means all your postal address will need to be updated. You can do this in two ways. The easier way is to set a mail forwarding service with your local post office. Just tell them to send all your mail on your previous address to the new address. Once you have completely settled in, you can start updating your postal address with all the companies you are subscribed with. Remember postal forwarding may cost you a little bit of extra money, so it is a better idea to update your postal address with all the companies you work. This process is easy because most companies these days allow you to update your mailing address through a simple portal on their website. Visit the website and update your details and your mail will start reaching you to the new place.

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