Originally Posted by Chinook
I ask because on my Chinook it is an RV and insurance is far cheaper than insuring a passenger vehicle. Im considering buying a 2012 Quigley with 25,000 original miles and building it out.
I hear all kinds of rumors about what is required to have it classified as an RV. For instance some folks say it has to have a toilet, others say it has to have a shower and stove, ect.....
Each state is different on what is required for a vehicle to be titled and registered as an RV...water, toilet, 120AC, cooking, HVA, etc.
My van is still registered as a van even though it is a factory SMB with RVIA sticker.