Moving to Ohio
If you are moving to Ohio you are in for an experience. Located near the Northeast part of the U. S, it's full of rolling hills, farmland, lakes and the occasional large city. Ohio is home to the popular amusement parks of Cedar Point and Kings Island. The Cleveland Indians, Cavaliers, Browns; Cincinatti Reds, and Bengals; Columbus Blue Jackets and Ohio State University are sure to keep sports enthusiasts entertained.
Be prepared to see the extremes of all four seasons. There will be select summer days over one hundred degrees as well as select winter days below zero! It can rain, snow, and be sunny and mild all in the same day.
Here are a few additional tips:
Always keep your drivers license, vehicle registration, and proof of insurance handy. You will have to apply for an Ohio driver's license and give up the other states driver's license. You will only need to pass the vision and written test.
You should visit the FAQ section of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce. There is a lot of helpful information there. You are considered a resident after you have lived in Ohio for thirty days.
Welcome to Ohio!