Mike Jay wrote:How many years from now will you be doing this?
If the environmental choice is between buying a Tesla pickup to move your home every other year or renting a truck to move it, I think the answer is clear. It's kind of like if you could buy a $100,000 electric airplane to take two trips a year instead of renting a seat on a Delta flight. The electric plane would be more efficient during those flights, but the environmental cost to build it for those two trips would be staggering. (I'm assuming the cost to build a Tesla pickup is greater than the cost for the model 3)
As long as we're thinking crazy thoughts... How much does the model 3 you'd buy cost? And how much does a used Prius or Leaf cost by comparison? I'm guessing $10-20K less? How much environmental benefit could you sponsor with that money instead of sinking it into a new car?
Peter VanDerWal wrote:The rules are likely to vary from one state to another, sometimes from one county to another.
Your best bet is to ask the people that will be issuing the license what they require.
stephen lowe wrote:A rented mailbox will work, also I have a po box on my cali drivers license because I just insisted to the DMV that I do not have postal service or an address where I live.