Establishing a state of residence as a full timer really isn't difficult in most cases and doing it properly will save you a lot of time and frustration. Your best choice is to go all in. License vehicles, drivers license, mailing address and voting should all be in the same state. If you have an estate or wills, those should be reviewed to conform to your new state of residence. If not, you will find instances where the system just won't accommodate you. When you deal with insurance, ordering or shipping materials, credit card companies and banks, etc., the rest of the world doesn't understand, can't comprehend, a person who doesn't live in a fixed house. You are the exception to every rule they know.
We have managed to get by with our cell phones having our original area code since numbers have become transportable from one phone to the next. There was a period of time about ten years ago and before when this caused some problems but the state of technology has caused everyone to adjust to the fact that a phone number is ten digits and those ten digits no longer tell you where someone is or where they live.
You have plenty of good references above so I won't add to them. We loved our full time experience and still spend as much time as we can in our motor home. Enjoy the experience!
Tom and Louise Butler
2004 Monaco Windsor, Cummins 400 ISL
Roadmaster Sterling Tow Bar, Brakemaster, GMC Acadia, BikeE Recumbent Bicycles
After 9 1/2 years full time in our motor home and being Winter Texans we are now living at Sandpipers Resort in Edinburg, Texas. Now we are Summer Chickens!
"The tipi is much better to live in; always clean and warm in winter, cool in summer, easy to move... If the Great Spirit wanted men to live in one place he would have made the world stand still." -- Flying Hawk, South Dakota Oglala Sioux