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Tips for New Murfreesboro Residents

Moving to a new city and home always seems a little intimidating at first when getting acquainted with your new town and neighbors. Luckily, when it comes to getting settled in into your new home in Murfreesboro, you do not have to worry about unnecessary stress. All My Sons Moving & Storage Murfreesboro has a list of helpful tips for new residents that will make your move that much easier.

From trying to figure out what airport to fly into, which cable service is offered in Murfreesboro, to where to get a driver’s license once your Murfreesboro movers finish settling you into your new home - moving can understandably seem overwhelming. However, these tips for new residents will make sure that your move goes as stress-free as possible.

Where do I get a new driver’s license? All new residents have 30 days after establishing permanent residency to change their out-of-state driver’s license to an active Tennessee license. For those who already have a current license, only a vision test is required in order to obtain a new license. The drivers’ license testing center in Murfreesboro is located at 1035 Samsonite Blvd., Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37129 on Tuesday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m..

Which airport do I fly into? There is one airport to fly into in Murfreesboro, called the Murfreesboro Airport. Conveniently, one of the top schools in the nation also flies out of airport, as the Aerospace Department of Middle Tennessee State University is one of the top schools for aviation in the nation.

What cable service is offered? The main cable service offered in Murfreesboro is Comcast Xfinity, with AT&T U-Verse offered in some parts of Murfreesboro.

Who provides utility services? In Murfreesboro, electricity is provided by the Murfreesboro Electric Department and the Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation, and water and sewer is provided by Murfreesboro Water and Sewer Department and Consolidated Utility District. For those who want a landline telephone, service is provided by Comcast and AT&T.

Where do I register to vote? You can register to vote in Murfreesboro in person at the Rutherford County Election Commission Office, Department of Safety (Motor Vehicles Division), Department of Human Services, Linebaugh Library and the Rutherford County Clerk’s Office. Or, if you do not have time to go in person after your Murfreesboro moving company finishes unpacking all of your belongings, then you can always mail in forms that you get from the county elections commission office, the post office and a variety of other public offices across the state.