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US DOT: 3214531

MC: 1004629

Continue to SELECT ONE OF THE COUNTIES below (that you're moving from) located in Michigan State (MI) to get free quotes from moving companies providing Local Moving services in that County:

AlconaGratiotMissaukee
AlgerHillsdaleMonroe
AlleganHoughtonMontcalm
AlpenaHuronMontmorency
AntrimInghamMuskegon
ArenacIoniaNewaygo
BaragaIoscoOakland
BarryIronOceana
BayIsabellaOgemaw
BenzieJacksonOntonagon
BerrienKalamazooOsceola
BranchKalkaskaOscoda
CalhounKentOtsego
CassKeweenawOttawa
CharlevoixLakePresque Isle
CheboyganLapeerRoscommon
ChippewaLeelanauSaginaw
ClareLenaweeSanilac
ClintonLivingstonSchoolcraft
CrawfordLuceShiawassee
DeltaMackinacSt Clair
DickinsonMacombSt Joseph
EatonManisteeTuscola
EmmetMarquetteVan Buren
GeneseeMasonWashtenaw
GladwinMecostaWayne
GogebicMenomineeWexford
Grand TraverseMidland

Moving to Michigan

The state of Michigan is made up of two peninsulas. The Lower Peninsula of Michigan corresponds to the right palm while the Upper Peninsula is the right palm. Blessed with the riches of unspoiled nature, the state offers residents the world's longest freshwater coastline, shimmering beaches, miles of cherry orchards, glorious sunrises and sunsets and nighttime skies scattered with stars Michigan is once again becoming a popular moving destination for many.

Origin of State's: The name Michigan is based on the Chippewa Indian word "meicigama" meaning great water, and refers to the Great Lake. Thirty-two counties in Michigan also have names drawn from Native American languages.

Capital City: Michigan's capital city, Lansing, offers a stable economy, great neighborhoods with affordable housing, excellent educational institutions, a diverse population and endless entertainment options. Less than two hours away from Detroit, Michigan's Capital City is located on the picturesque banks of the Grand River. The city offers a delightful system of parks and the River Trail provides superb opportunities for walking and biking. Residents and businesses alike are attracted to Lansing for its central location, excellent city services and ample educational and employment opportunities.

Population: The state's population is approximately 9.9 million.

Driving: Driver's license information, applications, testing requirements, driver's manuals and testing locations can be found on the Michigan Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) website.

Agriculture and Industry: Major state agriculture includes dairy products, apples, blueberries, cattle, vegetables, hogs, corn, nursery stock and soybeans; Motor vehicles and parts, machinery, fabricated metal products, food processing, chemical products, mining and tourism are the state's leading industries.

State Bird: The robin red breast was designated as the state bird of Michigan on April 8, 1931.

State Tree: Michigan designated the white pine as official state tree in 1955.

State Flower: Michigan adopted the blossom of the apple tree as its state flower by an act of the legislature on April 28, 1897.

State Song: Written by William Otto Miessner, "Michigan, My Michigan" is the official state song.

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  • Although Michigan is often called the (Wolverine State) There are no longer any wolverines in Michigan.
  • The Detroit Zoo was the first zoo in America to feature cage less, open-exhibits that allowed the animals more freedom to roam.
  • Michigan is the only place in the world with a floating post office. The J. W. Westcott II is the only boat in the world that delivers mail to ships while they are still underway.
  • Michigan has the longest freshwater shoreline in the world.
  • Standing anywhere in the state a person is within 85 miles of one of the Great Lakes.
Famous people from Michigan include film director Francis Ford Coppola, singer Madonna, basketball star Earvin "Magic" Johnson and inventor John T. Parsons.
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