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  1. Sort of, Our dogs need their rabies shots. Got an appointment for Thursday. You stay in the car a vet tech takes the dogs inside and vet calls you on your cell during the exam.
  2. Not yet, but very possible. I got offered a voluntary early retirement before this all started, comes with a nice check that will pay for a new TV and 5th wheel. Ordered the 5th wheel with small down payment, expected it to be delivered in early June. Check comes end of April when I was going to buy the new F350. We were planning to get rid of the house in April-May and move into a park model we own. that park is typically open late April to Oct. As a result of Covid-19 will there be any F350s in stock to buy and if I have to order will I have it before Oct? Will we get the trailer in July or Oct? Will the park open for us to move into the park model? So bottom line we need to have truck and trailer and be on the road mid Oct or we will have no place to stay. If fortune smiles on us, the park will open in May, I'll find a truck to buy in early May and we will get our 5ver in July or August.
  3. on 3/17 we placed an order for Riverstone 37 MRE 5th wheel. When ordered wait time was 12 to 14 weeks. Now who knows, hoping to get it in August.
  4. Use a mail forwarder as physical address with financial institutions if you want. Will you have problems, maybe now, maybe in the future, maybe never. Do some research, decide on the risk you want to take. All of my accounts will have a next of kin on file as well as my mailing address.
  5. It is not a real physical address. You signed and had notarized a form that gives the post office permission to delivery your mail to a third party mail forwarder. That data is in their database that anybody can search, if they have paid for the service, to see that it is a mail forwarder address and not one that USPS directly delivers too. Your address with a forwarder is not a USPS delivery point. This why you cannot file a change of address with the post office for your mail forwarder address, they don't track and sort down to your mail box number. The sorting is done by the forwarder and they must forward your mail if you change addresses, that is why many have deposit to cover forwarding mail after you quit.
  6. The fact that you are an existing customer using the same address for 10 years means they have not reviewed your account under the new guidelines. It does not mean they will not enforce the rules in the future if they are forced to do an audit. Anybody opening a new account will have problems unless they are prepared with an physical address. People changing address to a mail service are also having problems and I've read many reports of locked or threats to lock accounts until a physical address is provided. the below is from: https://www.fdic.gov/regulations/examinations/bsa/ffiec_cip.pdf For an individual: a residential or business street address, or if the individual does not have such an address, an Army Post Office (APO) or Fleet Post Office (FPO) box number, the residential or business street address of next of kin or of another contact individual, or a description of the customer’s physical location. For a “person” other than an individual (such as a corporation, partnership, or trust): a principal place of business, local office, or other physical location.
  7. That is a little confusing for new people to the topic. The federal "know you customer" rules, that they must follow, will not allow for only a mail service address being used as mailing and physical addresses. Yes, you can use a mail service address for your mailing address but must also provide a 2nd real physical address, typically a next of kin address.
  8. No mail service address is good for banking. You need to use a next of kin address for physical address at banks.
  9. I got the 8000 today, with the shelter in place order it will be while until I can truly test it. In an aluminum sided house northwest of Chicago it is getting 12Mbps.
  10. While looking at in stock trucks I found a "Limited" trim level, Ford's highest level, they do approach 90k.You can spec dual high output alternators separately. The order guide says do not order unless you plan to put something very heavy on the front like a snowplow. My point being somebody who is going to buy a Limited dually with a 5th wheel package is not going to mount a snowplow on front. But If they buy this truck they will get a stiffer ride than needed.
  11. All the higher level trim, in stock, units I see have off-road and all terrain tires. I would prefer the quieter and better rain performing all season tires. Why does a 90k truck have snow plow package when it has a 5th wheel prep?
  12. Thanks for sharing your experience. I'm going to give it a try.
  13. I just signed up for this is anybody else using it? https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/calyx-institute-introducing-quarterly-pricing-on-unlimited-sprint-hotspot-offering/
  14. copy and paste it into your browser. https://www.truckinginfo.com/353519/yokohama-announces-recall-due-to-manufacturing-anomaly
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