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Leaving the Lone Star State?

Texas is more than just wide-open spaces and oil. It's a state where opportunity abounds — whether it’s for a job, fun and excitement, or experiences that aren't available anywhere else in the country. But even with endless possibilities, it may be time to find a new place to call home.

No matter where you're moving from in Texas, there are things to see and do along the way. Enjoy the drive in your own car and let U-Pack® handle the move. 

U-Pack services all 50 states, Canada and Puerto Rico, so it doesn’t matter where you’re moving. We can help! Learn more about the U-Pack coverage area here. Prices compare to truck rental and include things that are often extra with them, like liability coverage and fuel. Compare a U-Pack quote to other Texas moving companies and see how rates match up.

See the Texas Sights

On your way out of Texas, take some time to enjoy these popular highlights:

  • The varied landscape. Covering more than 268,500 square miles, Texas features several different land formations and geographic regions. You’ll see terrain from barren, tumbleweed-strewn deserts to tree-filled forests and rivers.
  • Ghost towns. In every corner of Texas, you’ll find abandoned cities. Some are just remembered with a monument while others have historic buildings left behind. Hunt down some of the remains and see these forgotten parts of the state’s history.
  • Bustling metro areas. If you’re passing through a big city like Dallas, Houston, San Antonio or Austin, enjoy the shopping and dining that these large areas can offer.
  • Giant food. It’s true: Everything is bigger in Texas. Many big bites will be advertised along your drive. Stop for a memorable meal and eat something like a 5-pound cinnamon roll at Lulu’s in San Antonio, a 72-ounce steak at the Big Texan in Amarillo, or the 12-pound pizza at Brooklyn Heights Pizzeria in Austin.