South Dakota Movers

South Dakota moving companies

Congratulations on your decision to move to South Dakota! Despite its large size, South Dakota is undoubtedly one of the most modest states in the nation. Still, South Dakota is notable as the home to Mount Rushmore, Belle Fourche (the geographical center of the United States) and one-time home to NBC anchor Tom Brokaw. If you're moving to South Dakota, there's never been a better time to start your preparations or to get excited about all that your new state has to offer. Whether you're moving to a large city like Sioux Falls or to a smaller town like Clear Lake, here are some useful South Dakota moving tips to help you get started:

Choosing South Dakota Movers

Although South Dakota isn't the most popular moving destination, it's still important to reserve your South Dakota movers as early as possible so that you can make sure that they're available and so that you can begin to focus on other parts of the moving process. There are dozens of South Dakota movers to choose from so don't feel obligated to make an impulsive decision. Instead, interview at least three South Dakota movers. During the interviews, ask each South Dakota moving company what services it offers, if it's available when you need to move and if there are any "hidden' charges that aren't included in standard moving quotes. If you know that you'll need specialized services, ask for them during your interview. Once you've met with multiple South Dakota movers you can compare prices and services to determine which one offers the best value and services for you. If you need help, I'd be glad to connect you with some great South Dakota movers who will be able to offer you deals on your move. Just give me some information about your move in the form above and relax as South Dakota movers contact you to schedule appointments.

Obtaining a South Dakota Driver's License

In keeping with the state's relaxed atmosphere, new South Dakota residents have up to 90 days to convert their out of state license to a South Dakota license. You will need to pass a vision test in order to convert your license but you will not need to pass written or practical exams if you are transferring a valid driver's license. Applicants for a driver's license must be at least 16 years old and they must have had a learner's permit for at least 180 days prior to applying for a driver's license. You will only need one form of identification to complete your registration.

South Dakota Taxes

South Dakota is one of only seven states that does not does not impose a personal income tax on its residents. Likewise, there is no inheritance tax in South Dakota. South Dakota has a statewide sales tax of only 4%. If you're moving to South Dakota you can look forward to this favorable tax policy and you can use this information to formulate a proper budget for your new life.

South Dakota may not be the most popular destinations in the nation, but if you're moving there, I have no doubt that you'll enjoy the relaxed environment, scenic landscapes and friendly residents. If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask your South Dakota movers for their advice or to ask your new neighbors for guidance. You'll be amazed to see how welcoming and helpful South Dakota residents can be!

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