Complete guide to Nashville:


Here's some important information for turning on your lights, getting your water, license, and vehicle registration officer.

Name and registration of vehicles
When moving to Nashville, visit the Davidson County Clerk's Office to have your vehicle name and registration transferred to the state of Tennessee. The head office is located at 700 South 2nd 700, Suite 101, Nashville, TN 37210, but there are a few places that are scattered all over Nashville.

Visit the Nashville Driver Service to get your driver's license. The office is located at 624 Hart Lane Nashville, TN 37216 or 5216 Hickory Hollow Parkway Antioch, TN 37013. According to their website, there are some essential documents you will need before you go. All documents are subject to verification with the issuing agency or source. Documents subject to verification may delay the issuance of your license, driver's license or identification only license.
– No copy will be accepted.
– Proof of US Citizenship, Legal Permanent Residence Status, or Resident Authorization in the United States
– primary proof of identity;
– Secondary proof of identity
– Name proof of name is changed if the Name differs from Primary Identification
– Two proofs of Tennessee residency with your name and resident – NO – – – – COUNTRIES (Documents must be available. Must be dated within the last 4 months).
– Social Security number or loyalty oath, if Social Security number is not given.

It will cost you about $ 30.


Nashville Electric Service
(Monday-Friday, 8 am to 6 pm)
To register for the service you will need two current forms of identification.
· Must be the US government (or its political subdivision).
· Must include a photo

Acceptable identification includes a driver's license, a social security card, a passport and a birth certificate. For more information, visit the Nashville Electric Service website at


To request water maintenance for your new home, call (615) 862-4600. We just removed it from For more information, visit

Resident start-up customers must pay an unpaid service start-up fee of $ 35.00 for the same day's service or $ 25.00 for each day thereafter. Commercial clients must make a cash deposit, issue a bond, secure a deposit certificate, or submit a letter of credence before launching services. The deposit amount is mainly based on the estimated use of two months.