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    So we are planning to RV it across the US (and maybe up to Canada into Alaska) for a year. We know we can just file the PSA in our state as usual. But do you just not get mail?
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    Hmmm, I think people in your type of situation have their mail forwarded to a relative or someone they trust to contact them in case of urgent matter.

    Have fun on your trip! Keep us posted from time to time about how its going and what adventures youre having, please!
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    I would probably have a mail box at a UPS store or something along those lines. They can hold and forward mail and packages. (You can't use a USPS P.O. Box, because they don't forward mail, unless you have someone you know pick it up for you.)
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    You can do general delivery at the next place you plan to be. But you can't change that every move with something official. You can get a PO Box and place all the mail on hold. You can have a relative get it for you.

    But. If i were going on the road. I'd say I lived in one of the states that didn't require anything.. IN.. TX.. etc.
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