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Planning a Move to Nashville, TN? Reserve a One-Way Truck Rental!

Nashville is home to more than 600,000 residents, making it the second largest city in the state as well as the capital of Tennessee. Known by many as ‘Music City,’ hundreds of musicians pack their guitars and move to Nashville each year with hopes to make their mark within the music industry. Also known for its many festivals that take place throughout the year, you will have no problem finding things to do in downtown Nashville. We have ranked Nashville as the #24 Top U.S. Growth City and the #36 Top  Destination City in 2013 on our annual migration trends report. Reserve your one-way moving truck rental today!

Helpful Tips for Moving and Living in Nashville, Tennessee

U-Haul has more than 15 truck rental locations in the Nashville city limits, let us help you get where you’re going! Here are some helpful tips as you make your one-way move to Nashville.

  • Explore downtown Nashville – There is a plethora of excellent restaurants, local shops and entertainment in downtown Nashville. With a little bit of research, you can find your niche and have a good time.
  • Keep up with city events – Nashville holds events and festivals almost every month. Some of the more notable ones include the Nashville Film Festival and the CMA Music Festival; both are multi-day events.
  • Seasonality – When you live in Nashville, you will be able to experience all four of the traditional seasons. Rain and flowers in the spring, warmth during the summer months, colorful leaves in the fall and usually snow in the winter.

Did you know?

  • Elvis Presley recorded his hit single ‘Heartbreak Hotel’ in the mid 1950’s based on a hotel in Nashville. The song stayed in Billboard’s Top 100 chart for seven weeks and went on to become one of Presley’s best-selling singles in 1956.


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