With an extensive history spanning back to 1636, Providence is one of the United State's oldest cities. The city first rose to prominence for its jewellery and silverware industry, though it's economy is now supported mostly by service industries, healthcare and education. Due to the fact that the city was developed prior to the invention of the car, Providence is a compact city and expats can choose from the city's 25 neighbourhoods when looking for their perfect home. Owning a car is not necessarily required in Providence and many residents choose to travel by foot or make use of the city's Amtrak and bus system. Rated one of the top food cities in the United States, Providence boasts many fine dining establishments serving an array of cuisines, from Contemporary American to Middle Eastern. Roger Williams Park is a must-see location in the city, boasting exquisite lakes, gardens and not forgetting the highly rated zoo! Providence is a perfect blend of old, New England history and an edgy, contemporary style. Once you've secured your perfect home in Providence, you'll need to arrange the shipping of your items. There are two options to choose from, depending on the amount you wish to ship. A 20-foot container could accommodate items from inside a 3-bedroom house, whereas a 40-foot container could hold the contents of a 4 or 5-bedroom house. Those wishing to move the contents of a 3-bedroom house, as well as a vehicle, should choose the 40-foot option.
In general a car will fit into a 20ft container. You will also need to consider quarantine and tax charges usually levied on importing vehicles.
Max Dimensions 5.75m x 2.2m x 2.2m (l x w x h)
Quarantine & Taxes: £1,000 - £2,500
Automobiles which do not meet the latest fuel-emission requirements.
Absinthe which is not thujone free.
Any articles suspected of being counterfeit goods.
Including handicraft items made from straw.
Soil is anything considered loose material in which trees and plants may grow.
Plants, Cuttings or Seeds which are capable of propagation.