Take care of the following points while moving to a new state
Look for health care providers
Moving to new states means, among a number of other things, you will have to find a new physician foryou and your family members, and a licensed veterinarian for any pets you may have taken with you. The type of health care provider (a primary care doctor or a specialized doctor) you choose will largely depend on your long term medical needs. Take the recommendations from your old doctors or friends or relatives and start searching a new health specialist, and make sure you have all the necessary documents and medical records to sign up with your future health care provider.
Get your Car Register
Registering your vehicle while moving to new state is compulsory, it is like a must-do task. You cannot run your car without registering again. Sorry to tell you that you cannot register your vehicle online even if every thing is digital now you have to find time in your busy schedule to head down to the local vehicle registering office and do everything carefully by your own.
Do not delay the registration And, if you do not transfer the registration within the specified time period, you are sitting duck for the traffic police! Not only does the tax rate vary from State to State, the paperwork that is required to be done is also quite different. On paper, the rules are quite simple. You need a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the regional transport office where you vehicle was originally registered. This is the first step in the process of re-registering your vehicle in your new State of residence.
With this, you have to go to the RTO concerned in the State you have moved to, fill up forms, hand over the NOC, furnish proof of address, attach a copy of the vehicle’s insurance, that the vehicle meets pollution norms and, voila the vehicle will be re-registered within a specified time period. You can even get a refund on the residual value of the life-time road tax you paid when you bought your vehicle, after showing proof that you have moved to a new State and completed the formalities for re-registering it there .But, the hassles involved in doing all this puts you at the mercy of middlemen and touts, who charge quite a hefty fee, unofficially that too.before you visit it to learn what other paperwork you will need to complete the registration.
Get to know your new home
The logic of residential relocation is hinting that if you have followed the steps to moving to a new state, then you will also find yourself in a new home. And that alone opens up a brand new world of necessary tasks for you to take care of one by one. The immediate period after a house move can be rather overwhelming and confusing for most of us, so it’s never a bad idea to have an outstanding list of things to do after moving into a new house. One of your very first jobs? Take an exploratory tour around your new home, locate your fuse box and main water valve in case of emergencies, look for signs of pre-existing damage or pest infestation, check for possible problems, and make sure your residence is as secured against unauthorized access and forces of nature as possible.
Just a quick glance over the endless piles of freshly delivered moving boxes is enough to give you a good idea of what’s ahead of you. Unpacking! It’s like packing but with some good news glued to it – unpacking after a house move is generally faster and you can finish it on your own terms. However, even though moving day is already behind you and you won’t have to feel stressed out to fit into a tight schedule, you should still get down to the time-consuming job of unpacking without too much procrastination. Where to begin the unpacking process? Which rooms to unpack first? What unpacking mistakes should you avoid at all costs? Check out this special selection of unpacking tips that just work like a charm.
Have a Happy Moving!!!