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How does a full time rv'er receive their mail?

What is the best way to receive your mail while on the road traveling from rv park to rv park?

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Feb 13, 2014
Full Timer Mail - UPS
by: Dreamer

We use The UPS Store. They have mail boxes that give you an true physical address e.g.
123 Main St suite 116
Any Town, USA

They will forward your mail to any physical address you say. You of course pay the UPS envelope shipping.

Jan 19, 2014
where i go
by: larryd

I go to Starbucks, a coffee shop, McDonalds, sit in the parking lot of Safeway, at Anytime Fitness, and so on....

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Voting When Using a Mail Forwarding Service

by Sharleen
(Florida)

We lived in Michigan all our life and now that we are full time rv'ers we chose a Michigan mail forwarding company in Grandville. However, when we changed our drivers license to Grandville, they automatically change our voting registration. The City of Grandville says we cannot register to vote using this mail forwarding address, so now we cannot vote in upcoming elections. How do other full timers handle this? I realize I could use one of my relatives address, but that would mean they would have to handle our mail also, and I don't want to inconvenience them.

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Quality Mail Forwarding Service

Need recommendations for a quality, inexpensive mail order service.

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Apr 10, 2014
Mail Service
by: rvman63

Escapees Travel Club has a great mail service.
Look them up on their web: www.escapees.com.

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What happens to our mail?

by Richard
(Coeur d'Alene, ID)

We are becoming full-timers. I went to change the address to the RV park and space and the USPS said it was a business and so when we moved in a couple months we will have to have them forward the mail. Does anyone have a solution for this?

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May 29, 2013
mail address service
by: Fred Nunes

http://www.sbimailservice.com/index.html

Try this service ---it has many options, and they actually provide you with your own address.

People who work on board ships use this service.

Apr 11, 2013
Mail Choices
by: Anonymous

There are many services for this. Most are in the states of South Dakota, Florida, or Texas. All great for setting up a new residency, (taxes, and licensing fees are less). We use Americas Mailbox. They will give you an address and forward your mail whenever you want, and wherever you want it! It is great, just research what type of service you want before you sign up. I have read that some services will email your mail too.

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