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Old 08-03-2009, 07:30 PM   #1
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So, here's the question. How do you get your mail? Or do you? Where do you put on your drivers license as home address? Relatives house? Wondering because for a time we'll need to get mail... another year and we won't need it.
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Re: Question for full timers

I haven't taken the step you're taking yet, but when I do, I plan to use that service in south dakota, and become a resident of south dakota.

The link is... http://mydakotaaddress.com/.

I believe that the escapees group also provides a similar service in TX. I'm sure there are others that I can't remember.

hope this helps,
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Old 08-03-2009, 10:14 PM   #3
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Thanks so much I knew it woudn't be hard to find out on here.
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Re: Question for full timers

Go to RV.net and look around inside the "Full Timers" section, there is all kinds of info on this. While the info posted above is all good, there are more options too...
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Old 08-05-2009, 12:15 AM   #5
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Well, we are full-timing on a temporary basis (I think anything over half a year should qualify). Still have a "back home", so that's the address we use. You can have your mail temporarily forwarded up to a year I think, and they seem to let you keep changing it as much as you want. It's free if you fill out the forms in the post office, but costs $1 to do online (some need to verify your id and billing address, though they could just do a temp charge that drops). It'll let you put in the next day, but it takes at least a week to get to the post office and properly forward. So, if you have a regular mailing address you can use, that'd be a cheap/free option. If you don't, or need a little more convenience, then I'd go with the options mentioned above (special mail forwarding service). RV.net definitely has a lot of good info on this and other general RV stuff.
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