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Old 06-27-2011, 06:38 PM
 
Location: Newcastle Australia
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I am curious on where to start in the states
Any info would be great. How easy is it to rent
Somewhere and get a car once I am there. Going with
A mate April 2012. Cheers
Open to any suggestions.
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Old 06-27-2011, 06:40 PM
 
Location: Las Flores, Orange County, CA
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How easy is it to rent
Somewhere and get a car once I am there.
How easy? Probably about 14.
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Old 06-27-2011, 08:14 PM
 
Location: CA
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Where in OZ are you from? I was in Sydney at Christmas/NYE. I wasn't impressed but that's another story.

Easy to rent? As in how affordable is it? Depends on where you want to live. The San Fernando Valley is a lot cheaper than LA city like Hollywood, Santa Monica etc. It's definitely cheaper than Australia, well I can only speak for Sydney.

The weather is a lot better, not as humid and roaches are not a common problem!! But I hear that roaches is only a problem in Sydney? Anyway if those roaches bothered you back at home, then it wont be a problem here

There's quite a few Aussies out here, American's seem to love them. It's not like in UK where we can't stand you guys hahaha. I'm just kidding

What do you mean on "where to start" in the states? Will you be moving around? or do you want to settle in just 1 place? You need to get into more detail and then we can help you. Don't be lazy with your posting. What job will you be doing? LA is better for certain fields like art/entertainment. San Diego is better for more corporate stuff, admin jobs, call centers, customer service etc

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