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Old 03-06-2017, 05:26 PM   #1
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Full Timers... State of Residence

Hello all,

This is the year we finish our build and begin full timing. Hoping to have everything finalized and on the road by October.

We've been researching full time RV life for several years now and know the basic requirement for having a "permanent" residence/address to satisfy the red-tapers. Popular states for this are Texas, South Dakota, Florida, etc.

Our issue stems from the fact that, for the business I work for, it makes sense for us to maintain our "permanent residence" in Colorado. However, I'm currently unsure how easy this is for Co vs. other states and if there are snail mail scanning services like there are in South Dakota.

Push come to shove we can make a change, but would be much better off if we can keep Colorado as our perm. address.

So, Skoolie community, I ask you this: Are there any full-timers out there with their perm address in Colorado?

Many thanks in advance.

Edit: Hopefully in the right forum, apologies if not.
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Old 03-06-2017, 07:32 PM   #2
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My wife keeps telling me my state of residence is the state of Insanity..... *Insert random thought process here*
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Old 03-07-2017, 03:06 PM   #3
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Ha! I don't think the government recognizes that as a state...
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Ha! I don't think the government recognizes that as a state...
If they acknowledged it existed they would have to start funding it...
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If they acknowledged it existed they would have to start funding it...
Trust me, that state is well funded here in DC.
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This article give some good info in an easy read: https://axleaddict.com/rvs/Full-Time...tate-Residency
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