Kids in college: What to do with their car?

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The time has come. Your kids are off to college. And there you are, going through a gamut of emotions: excitement, sadness, pride, worry, – all at once. Most parents just can’t avoid these feelings, whether they are sending a kid to college for the first or tenth time.

In this post, you will learn about the options you have, how to decide whether your kids need their car with them, and, if your kids can’t part with the vehicle, we’ll ...

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Moving to San Francisco Guide

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Rolling hills and golden sunsets. Who doesn’t want to see this every day? Truly. San Francisco is the piece on Earth closest to heaven. It is only a couple-hour drive away from beaches, woodlands, mountains, and deserts. How many US cities can claim that? Not only that, but it’s also one of the most liberal cities in the country which ...

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Moving to Los Angeles Tips

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City of Night, City of Night, City of Night, woo, c’mon

I see your hair is burnin’
Hills are filled with fire
If they say I never loved you
You know they are a liar
Drivin’ down your freeways
Midnight alleys roam
Cops in cars, the topless bars

– excerpt from “LA Woman” by The Doors

The City of Angels is a major center of the American entertainment industry, a cultural mecca, and an international trade and business hub. In 2015, the population ...

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Moving to Boston Guide and Tips

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I remember my amazement when I first visited New York City. I understood right away why most people dream about living there. And then I took a trip to Boston, and New York was soon forgotten. If I were to pick between the two, without hesitation I would always choose Boston. I don’t know why exactly. Maybe because Boston is very European, it makes me feel closer to home. Or maybe because Boston is so much cleaner and people there ...

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Moving to Austin, Texas Guide

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What’s your first thought when you hear about Austin, Texas? Is it the South? The Texas rodeos? Or simply the hot weather? Once known as a crowded college town, today Austin is the fastest growing city in the US. In 2015, population growth rate was 3.15% (Forbes), surpassing even San Francisco and Seattle. We can proudly say that Austin nowadays is much more than the city of hipsters, music, and taco eating. But they are definitely ...

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Moving to Arizona and Shipping a Car

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Whenever most people think about Arizona, they think of deserts. And even though Arizona is, indeed, a hot state with more sunny days than Hawaii, deserts make up only a part of Arizona, not the entire state. 27% of Arizona is covered with forests! The state boasts the largest stand of ponderosa pine trees in the world. Ever heard of the San Francisco Peaks and Humphreys Peak? They too are located in Arizona. And, believe it or not, you can ...

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Moving to Colorado and Shipping a Car

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Whether it’s because of its scenic views, rich culture, and high quality of life, everyone seems to be planning on moving to Colorado. If you are one of those people, congratulations! Colorado is a very welcoming state and can offer you a lot more than scenic views or rich culture. The state has one of the highest figures for life expectancy – 80 years, almost one year longer than the nationwide average.

In this guide, you will find the answer to ...

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Moving to the South

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In the US about five million people move each year across the state lines. As a part of this move the country has been witnessing a persistent inflow of Americans to the South. Census population estimates show that the 16 states and the District of Columbia that make up the South saw an increase in population of almost 1.4 million people between 2014 and 2015.

In fact, this population influx can help some states gain additional seats in the House of ...

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Moving to Hawaii Guide

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I’ve lost count of the sketches, drawings, and oil paintings I’ve made of Hawaii. Those are some of the things that have made me feel closer to the “Paradise on Earth” and experience it in my own way. Oh, I almost forgot, I’ve also seen Disney’s Lilo and Stitch several times. That must count for something, right?

“How awesome it would be to live there!”, “Life would be perfect if I could just move there.” you may be thinking ...

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Preventing identity theft when you are moving

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Moving is one of the most stressful things you will have to deal with. I know I keep saying this over and over, but it is true. Certainly, there is that excitement of knowing that soon you will discover something new; you will live in a new city, meet new people, discover some hidden gems like a side street bar, but nevertheless, all these exciting things that are waiting for you do not make the process of moving any easier, ...

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