We explain how we receive mail on the road, mail forwarding services, and choosing state of residency as full time RVers!
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A common question from prospective full time RVers is “how do you receive mail on the road?” Our situation is a bit unique since David’s parents have volunteered to receive our mail. However, I’ve done research to fill you fellow RVers in on how to receive mail on the road, choose a state of residency, as well as how to select a mail forwarding service.
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