Where will you move next? City vs. Suburb Infographic

Do you enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city life or the calm seclusion of a big house in the suburbs?  If you’re debating whether to move to the city or the suburbs, check out the infographic below provided by U-Haul.  It tells you what the best parts of living in both the city […]

Moving to Houston

According to U-Haul migration trends, Houston has stolen the number 1 spot for the Top U.S. Destination cities for five years running! With the diversity, sports, jobs, and great real estate pricing,  there’s no surprise there! If you plan on moving to Houston, aka Space City, consider these tips before you take off: Things to […]

Missouri Distracted Driving Laws

According to Missouri State Highway Patrol, driver inattention was a contributing factor in 22,491 traffic crashes in 2012. In that same time, there were 357 crashes where texting while driving was a contributing factor. These statistics are the reason that many states have put in place distracted driving laws. Make sure you know what your […]

Storage Tips in Phoenix

Whether your moving to or living in the valley of the sun, you know that you and your belongings will be exposed to some heat! As an Arizona native (Ahem… over 30 years in desert) I thought I could share some storage tips in Phoenix. Weather Conditions There are 3 main conditions you need to […]

Iowa Distracted Driving Laws

According to the Iowa Department of Transportation, an average of 400 people die in motor vehicle crashes each year! Driving distracted is the riskiest driving behavior that is responsible for many of these losses. Gain a better understanding of distracted driving laws in The Hawkeye State and do your part to just drive while behind […]

Infographic: 2013 Migration Trend Report

The 2013 U-Haul Migration Trend Report shows the top cities and states people moved to in the year 2013.  The report findings are gathered from one way rentals starting in January 2013 through December 2013.  The infographic contains just a portion of the information on the Report.  For the full 2013 lists of the Top […]

Moving to the San Francisco State University

A city as vibrant  as San Francisco is a great location for a college student. Are you ready to be a Gator and wear purple and gold while attending San Francisco State University? Ready to soak in all that the West Coast has to offer? This big city will offer cultural opportunities, great food, incredible […]

Moving to The Ohio State University

The excitement of choosing the right college for you can be overwhelming, but it’s a great path to be on. If you chose to attend The Ohio State University nestled in Columbus, OH then you’re in for a ride of scarlet and grey dreams! Are you ready to be a part of the Buckeyes tradition? […]

Moving to Austin

According to Forbes, Austin has been America’s fastest-growing city for four years in a row. So if you have decided to move to Austin, you are not alone! Austin is known for its unique culture and nightlife which makes moving there a special experience. Here are a few things to keep in mind: Weather It […]

Nebraska Distracted Driving Laws

Driving in Nebraska is a necessity.  In a state, known for its rural towns and farming, getting around by public transportation is challenging outside of the more urban areas of Lincoln and Omaha.  This is why it was so important for Nebraska to commit resources to stop distracted driving.  Driving is a privilege,  we have […]

Distracted Driving: Arizona

Arizona is a land of roads. Vehicles are often necessary to move around the large state. Driving is a privilege and that we have to be responsible not only for ourselves, but also for our passengers and other drivers on the road. Remember that your number one responsibility is to drive safely! When it comes to […]

Moving To Queens

Are you thinking about moving to Queens? Queens is an exciting and wonderful place to live, and we have what you need to know to make your move easier. About Queens Queens is home to over 2.2 million people, and if each of the five New York City boroughs were separate cities, it would be […]