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  • November 20, 2023 2 min read

    Living in a van provides a sense of freedom and flexibility that traditional homeownership cannot match. However, one of the downsides of living in a van is that there isn't a permanent address to have your mail delivered to. And with the advancement in technology, handling paper mail is becoming less frequent, but still necessary. The good news is that you can still receive mail while living the van life, and in this blog post, we'll show you how.


    Use a Mail Forwarding Service
    One of the easiest ways to receive mail while living in a van is to use a mail forwarding service. These services give you a physical mailing address where your mail can be delivered. The company collects and sorts your mail and then forwards it to a location of your choosing. This solution works best for frequent travelers or for people who are hesitant to give out their van's address.


    Leverage General Delivery
    Another way to get your mail is by leveraging general delivery from the United States Postal Service (USPS). With general delivery, you'll give your name and general delivery address to the post office. Then, when your mail arrives at the post office, they will hold it for you to pick it up. This option is best for people who have a more permanent location that they stay at for lengths of time, or those who are actually on the move.


    Use Virtual Mailbox Services
    If you receive a lot of mail or have specific requirements for sorting and handling your mail, virtual mailbox services are a great option. With these services, your mail is received at a physical address, scanned and uploaded to an online platform where you can read and manage it. You can also choose where you want your mail forwarded or whether to have it shredded. This option works best for people who move frequently and have online access to manage their mail.


    Use Your Network
    Finally, you can always leverage your network to help you receive your mail. If you have family or friends who live in your hometown or the city you frequent, you could have your mail sent to them. This solution works best for people who have trusted individuals in their network who are willing to receive their mail. Just be sure to thank them for the favor and to make it easy for them to return your mail to you.


    Receiving mail while living in a van doesn't have to be a hassle. You have several options, including mail forwarding services, leveraging general delivery from USPS, virtual mailbox services, or using your network. Choose the solution that works best for you based on your specific needs and lifestyle. And remember, with the right mindset, you can live your best life in a van, without sacrificing the necessities.

     

    Written for Defiance Tools by Katie C'etta

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