Get a One-Way Truck Rental for Your Upcoming Move to Baltimore!
Baltimore is the largest city in Maryland and also home to more than 620,000 residents. Founded in 1729, it is no surprise that Baltimore has a lot of culture and history supporting it. The independent city of Baltimore was nicknamed “Charm City” in 1975 and maintains that status, with more than 200 districts and neighborhoods throughout the city. We have ranked the city of Baltimore as the #39 Top Destination City in the U.S. in 2013, fill out the form to reserve a one-way truck today!
Helpful Tips for Moving to and Living in Baltimore, Maryland
We have more than 15 truck rental facilities within the city of Baltimore alone. If you are planning a one-way move to the city, here are some helpful tips that may make the transition easier.
- There’s a neighborhood for you – Officially split into nine geographical regions, each of Baltimore’s neighborhoods has its own unique flair. There are those close to the Inner Harbor, neighborhoods with rich history and culture; older ethnic-centered areas such as Little Italy, revitalized and up-and-coming areas such as Patterson Park, as well as suburbs like Towson near the city.
- City culture – As a Mid-Atlantic state located south of the Mason-Dixon line, there is a unique blend of Northern and Southern American culture and traditions. It even has its own accent or dialect called Baltimorese. Some local residents will use “hon” as a term of endearment, refer to the city as Bawlmer or Balmer and Maryland as Murland, and generally shorten words and drop syllables.
- Events and entertainment – It seems as if there is a festival or event every other weekend. Whether you enjoy music, art or seasonal festivals, Baltimore has it all.
- Visit the National Aquarium – With more than 16,000+ animals and over 600 species, the National Aquarium is a great starting place to discover history in Baltimore.
- Use MovingHelp® - We have professional and licensed MovingHelpers® in Baltimore to help you unload your belongings. We invite you to sit back and relax after your journey; let our Baltimore MovingHelpers® do the work!
- Vehicle registration – Once you establish residency in Baltimore, the state of Maryland allows a 60-day grace period to register your vehicle and get a Maryland state driver’s license.
Did you know?
- Edgar Allen Poe wrote many of his stories while living in Baltimore. Poe lived and died in Baltimore, which is also his resting place. If you follow Poe’s work, look into taking a trip to his home (now Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum) and gravesite at Westminster Graveyard.
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