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I do not have a friend or relative in the state I want to use as such a contact. I am uncertain if it would be legal to claim as a legal 'residence' if it is merely a mail forward.
I could get a mail forwarding service, but I doubt the department of public safety is going to accept what is openly a forwarding address (e.g. PO boxes are unlikely to be accepted).
What I'm looking for is whether there is any state or federal route for not having a permanent declared address yet maintain a driver's license. If it's legal and accepted to use any standard mail forwarding system, then references demonstrating that will suffice.