Moving into a new place gets complicated somewhere between asking the Post Office to forward your mail and realizing that you just ordered once set of silverware instead of eight.
And while you can wait patiently for your mail and additional silverware to arrive, you need other things, like parking, to not be an issue.
If you do not have off-street parking, or a reserved on-street parking spot, you will need to apply for a parking permit through the city.
But, before you go, here’s what you need:
Proof of insurance, and it has to be in your name: Translation – Your mom can’t be paying your bills. If you haven’t paid a bill to the insurance company since you changed it to your name, you need to ask your insurance provider to send you an ID card, stating that the change did take place.
Driver’s license with the new address on it: If you moved in state, you don’t need to go to the DMV again and get your address changed if you don’t want to. You can simply go online and make the change. You will be sent an ID card that has your change of address and is the same as if it were changed on your license.
Registration: Bring your car’s papers. You need paperwork to essentially show you didn’t steal this car from a dark ally.
Check or money order: Usually cash or credit isn’t accepted.
Note: If you change cars (after you get your permit), you have to update the parking permit office.