Dec 20, 2006

Getting your mail while on the road

RVers who spend long stretches of time on the road can use technology to stay in touch. E-mail and cell phones are easy ways to talk to family and friends. You can even pay your bills online.

But sometimes you need regular mail service for certain tasks. How do you use the mail when you are always on the move?

The Full Time RVer website features a story on how to receive mail while traveling from city to city.

Services are available that can forward your mail to where you might be traveling. Other RVers just use relatives in different cities to handle their mail.

Do you have to deal with getting mail while traveling? Any suggestions or tips on how to handle it? Leave a comment below and share you story.
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