How do I get my mail while I'm on the road. Most folks use online banking, email, Facebook to stay in touch but occasionally we have to receive something through snail mail. There are several options to choose from.
First option is to have a family member or friend receive your mail and forward it to you. This is asking a lot of someone to take the time to forward your mail and I believe they would get tired of this job. I would only do this for a short term setup until I was situated with a permanent solution.
Second option is to rent a box at the local USP store and this is easy to setup but can be expensive. A box might not be viewed as a legal address.
Third option is to use a professional mail forwarding service. This is usually considered a permanent address and the price is reasonable. A permanent address is needed for obtaining driver's license, vehicle registration, etc. A mail service will even renew your vehicle registration, for a price of course. Whatever route you take, be sure the mail forwarding service is registered with USPS. This is not a complete list but just a few:
NOTE: The pricing is probably not up-to-date.
Alternative Resources - South Dakota:
Americas Mailbox - South Dakota:
Escapees Mail Service - Texas:
Good Sam Club - Florida:
My RV Mail - Florida:
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