Chances are you have good manners. You don’t burp at the dinner table. You help the elderly across the street. You say “please” and “thank you.”
But just because you have good manners overall doesn't mean you won’t accidentally break some rules of moving etiquette. It’s not like people move too often. And let’s be honest, you have so many things on your mind that pacifying your new neighbors is probably the last thing you’re thinking about.
So while this will likely all seem straightforward and obvious, keep these things closer to the front of your brain while you embark on your move to a new home.