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Why is it important to know your zip code in your location?
Zip code is your numeric postal code for your mailing address for postal and delivery services like USPS or FedEx for example. Thanks to the zip code, your mail and parcels not only arrive at the right address, but also arrive as quickly as possible.
Most countries have a five-digit basic zip code, such as the United States. Each country's system for assigning postal codes to a particular address has its logic and has some exceptions to the rules. For example, some government services, companies, or universities in the United States have their zip code that is unrelated to the general postal code assignment system in a specific state.
Is it required to fill out a zip code in the destination address?
This requirement may vary from country to country. For example, in the U.S., the USPS does not require a zip code in the address, but delivery services such as FedEx, United Parcel Service, and DHL do require a zip code in the address.
What happens if I don't fill out the zip code in the postal recipient's address?
As we mentioned earlier, some delivery services will not accept such mail. But, if you don't include a zip code in a mailing that is added, for example, via USPS, it will be sent to the address of the recipient. In this case, there is a risk that the mail will take much longer to arrive and may be incorrectly delivered to another city or even state. It is known that in the US, even in neighboring counties, there are many cities with the same name, so without a zip code, it will take longer for the postal service to find the correct recipient's address.