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Published on Dec 6, 2017
Welcome to our How-To Series. In this video series, we will explain the many how-tos of Airstream Living. From full-time RVing, to travel, to living in a tiny space we will share what we have learned from living this lifestyle. We encourage you to comment below with your own advice on this topic, as well as any other How-Tos you would like to see.
This week's topic is How To Get Mail & Packages While Traveling in an RV. If you are taking a long trip in your RV but still have a primary residence you can have your mail forwarded to a campground and have packages delivered there. If you are a full-time RVer you have two options. One is to depend on family or friends to receive your mail and deal with it for you. We are lucky that this is what we do. Otherwise, you can pay a mail forwarding service. These services range in price from $10 a month - $50 a month. They are located in a variety of states (which is important for domicile purposes) and have different features including viewing your mail online.