No, every state would ask for at least contact info for **any** transaction, if nothing else to track you down in the event your property is involved in a mishap or illegal activity.
But a mailing address does not need to be a residential address, which in turn may not be your legal
domicile location, completely separate categories, only the last must be singular.
And tax issues are often completely separate from the registration
fee, can also be local or county level.
Some of the relevant questions here are:
Must you provide an in-state address in order to register?
Does the state check that address is an authentic residential location, or will a P.O. Box or cheap
Does that state care whether you are legally domiciled there or not?