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Tulsa, OK Moving Tips and Services

The second largest city in the state of Oklahoma, more than 400,000 people call this beautiful city their home. Touted as one of the most livable cities in the United States, Tulsa is affordable when compared to other cities across the nation. The lower than average unemployment rate along with the low cost of living contribute to this distinction. Now add a stable housing market and growing business opportunities, Tulsa has plenty to offer you. As the former ‘Oil Capital of the World,’ the city boasts a rich history and culture and supplements that with numerous projects aimed at revitalizing the urban city center. This metropolis is as unique and eclectic as any. As you start the next chapter of your life, be sure to take advantage of all that Tulsa has to offer.

Information on Moving to and Living in Tulsa, OK

With more than fifteen truck rental locations and eight active storage unit facilities, U-Haul is dedicated to providing you with the easiest means possible to move into your new home. Here are some tips that may help you along the way.

  • Getting Around – Tulsa has an easy-to-navigate grid; Admiral Place splits the city into north and south while Main Street splits it into east and west. For those who have to commute on a day-to-day basis, the city boasts the second shortest commute time in the United States. For a public alternative, take advantage of Tulsa Transit bus services, which can take you throughout Tulsa and to some surrounding suburbs and small towns.
  • Watch the Roads – Be extra vigilant as you drive to your destination. Oklahoma has some of the rougher roads in the country. Luckily, if you’re using a U-Haul truck, they come equipped with a Gentle-Ride Suspension to protect your stuff and more safety features than any other truck rental to protect you. State and local governments have pushed hard to improve bridge and road conditions, but in the meantime, be extra careful!
  • Art Everywhere – Behind only New York and Miami, Tulsa has one of the largest concentrations of art deco architecture in the United States. One of Tulsa’s most iconic buildings, the Boston Avenue Methodist Church, utilizes this architectural style. Outside of the architecture, you can see trees carved by chainsaw artist, Clayton Coss, and bronze sculptures along Riverside Drive.
  • Blue Dome Entertainment District – Quickly becoming the place to be in downtown Tulsa, you can experience culture, entertainment, restaurants and stylish shopping at the Blue Dome Entertainment District. Named after a 1920’s-era Gulf Oil station, this area serves as a central hub for the city’s nightlife. When looking for live entertainment, delicious food, or tasty cocktails, you can’t go wrong starting your search in the Blue Dome District.


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