One thing most RVers have in common when hitting the road is how to handle our good ol’ fashioned snail mail.
You know snail mail – mail sent via U.S. Postal Service takes a bit longer to arrive than email, hence the reference to a slow-moving snail.
Our friend, Valerie, offers a great tip for dealing with it.
“I heard Jennifer say something about those darn hold mail cards,” she says. “I wanted to make sure you all know about USPS.com – as in United States Postal Service.”
Valerie suggests visiting the website and looking in the corner for a link that says “Quick Tools.”
“Almost at the bottom of this list you can select ‘Hold Mail,’” she says.
From there, all you have to do is enter your address and hit the road.
You can even update your ‘hold mail’ status online, making it easy to manage while travelling.
“I think this is a wonderful service, I’ve used it three times so far, I hope you can use it, too,” Valerie notes.
We usually old our mail when we're gone. Like Valerie says, I would fillout a yellow card and drop it off at the post office before going. But being able to do so online is a much more convenient way.
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