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Old 03-23-2016, 10:49 PM   #1
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Bus is legal in ontario

Well I finally got my mini bus all legal in Ontario

I register as a passenger vehicle and insurance company offer to insure as a rv as I will be converting it and glad they did 460 a year for liability coverage
Got the safety and emissions done this week wasn't much to do to it
Brakes brake line and fix a turbo issue

Was almost to easy
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Old 03-24-2016, 12:02 PM   #2
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Congratulations on your legality. Yeah, that was to easy. Now the hard part begins.
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welcome fellow Ontario , glad it went well for you, its really hit and miss with insurance, i'm reg as a RV and insured that way.
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Ive been having a hell of a time trying to find insurance. Who did you go with?
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Well I finally got my mini bus all legal in Ontario

I register as a passenger vehicle and insurance company offer to insure as a rv as I will be converting it and glad they did 460 a year for liability coverage
Got the safety and emissions done this week wasn't much to do to it
Brakes brake line and fix a turbo issue

Was almost to easy
Who did you in case mine falls through? Please and Thanks.

I didn't have a problem converting from bus to motor home, "FIT" "UN PLATED", Insurance Company wants an appraisal to prove it's a motor home and what it's worth.
So I have to finish it, 'cause it just looks like a single seat 40' green van right now.
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please share your insurance if you don't mind, always like to have a options, I'm with Allstate, and they will no longer insure skoolies, I'm grandfathered in, for now.
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Old 04-11-2016, 12:24 PM   #7
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So I just called the cooperators and they said they would have no problem insuring the bus as a motorhome. In fact, the description the agent had for motorhome actually included "converted bus or van". The only catch is that they require you to have your primary vehicle insured with them (which I dont). Looks like the leading option at this point.
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I have pain of ass to find an insurance company to insure my school bus which all seats are taken off and the RV conversion project charter is done.
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