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Cheap RV Living: What does a nomad use for a physical residence address

From the bloggers at Cheap RV Living.

This is the 4th in a series of 5 post about the practical details of 1) how to chose a state of residence, 2) how to get mail on the road 3) the legality and morality of vandwelling.

In today’s post we’re going to talk about how to get your drivers license and specifically what you will use for a residence address when you apply for it and for insurance on your car, van or RV.

The first thing to understand is that you can have two kinds of addresses:

  1. Physical residence address: That’s the physical place you reside at–that’s the place where your car is parked and you sleep there–it’s your home.
  2. Mailing address: That’s where your mail goes. Your mailing address can be a Post Office branch, a friends house or a Mail Forwarder, but you don’t live, sleep or park your car there regularly–it’s not your home.

To read the full story by Cheap RV Living, click here.

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