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Old 06-26-2016, 07:18 AM   #1
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If a person becomes a full time RVer, how do you handle a permanent address for your drivers license, insurance, etc. I'm selling my home and have no plans on buying another for a while.

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Old 06-26-2016, 07:36 AM   #2
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If a person becomes a full time RVer, how do you handle a permanent address for your drivers license, insurance, etc. I'm selling my home and have no plans on buying another for a while.
Not to start something but look at the state that "Works For YOU" - many full timers are using South Dakota, taxes and easy to use.

Florida and Texas are also popular.

It will depend on your personal likes and dislikes for the TAX MAN.

Once you narrow it down start a new thread with the choices and you should get a good response.


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If you search Google you can get more reading info than you can stand! HERE is one such search. There are RV clubs or groups that can assist with what you want to do. I am looking at the same thing (sold my house too) and am going to use a daughter's address temporarily.
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I thank all of you. I am a Texan and will figure out how to keep my residence without a tombstone. Lol

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