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Old 01-29-2023, 10:40 PM   #15
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Hey all. I thought I'd put some closure on this thread since I finished my move. I did not go through Livingston, but I do have a membership for the future if I hit the road again and domicile there.

I domiciled at the RV park for a month before deciding on an apartment. So, I had to do another address change on my new DL and notify the Texas registration place of the change of county (required to send a letter of my move).

I got my class B license done! PIA but glad I can legallly drive now.

Didn't have to do anything with the boat.

Bonus: I was able to get a refund on both my Truck and RV tabs that I paid in advance in MN. Had to mail the tabs back and they sent refunds via mail. The truck tabs were used, and I had to peel them off but they accepted it!

Hope to be back on the road eventually. RV is in storage and might do some remodeling in the meantime.
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