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Old 09-14-2015, 01:45 PM   #15
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Many full time RV owners are on the road--like nomads. They will use Florida, Texas or South Dakota drop box mail addresses, have car/rv insurance in those states, have drivers' licenses in those states and even vote in those states. They're really citizens of the world--not a specific state.
Full-timers are considered legal residents of the 'state' that they register their vehicles, have a legal address in that state by using a mail service, get their driver's license and register to vote.
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I lost my last post. If it shows up again, it's just a duplicate.

So, my final entry here is that it is perfectly legal to own and occupy properties in as many states as you wish and can afford.

If you have a Florida residency, you can register your vehicles there. If you have a regular job in NC they may try to come after you. If not, it's the same as a summer home, and is no problem.

I am not advocating tax evasion, but reasonable prudence in planning is fine and recommended.

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