It's still possible to register them as RV's isn't it? I was under the impression that either the 2.5 or 5 ton registered as an RV only requires a class C, as you are able to drive any housecar under 40 feet, has no specific restrictions on weight or axles. Also, is it the same or easier to get a Class B Non-Commercial as with a Class B Commercial?
Nope, that was terminated! the HV plates are the only easy way now!, also, theres no weight fee on the HV plates, a class B is ok but still has smog issues then and weight fee's, this state sucks, I might move to MA, you can five a 5 ton there with a class C all day every day! lol
Can you give me a reference as to where they changed the laws preventing me from registering a 5 ton as a housecar? I'm having trouble finding anything that prevents me from doing so and can still find the forms and requirements on DMV's website for declaring a vehicle to be used for habitation.
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