My bus is not yet converted, but since I needed to drive it I had to register it. Here in Alaska, even though it's a private vehicle, it falls under the Commercial vechile rates because of it's weight. That means it's on the order of $250+ for 2 years, at least it was for my bus.
GMAC was not too difficult to get insurance through, I told them it was a retired school bus that was being converted. The only thing they told me was unless it was a "professional" conversion, they could only provide liability insurance. That was fine with me since everything is paid for anyway.
Hope this helps some.
PS - I agree, good job the the "Black Plague". If I had the time, I would also consinder converting my bus to veggie.... Just don't have the time, yet.
'91 Thomas/Ford B700 7.8L Diesel 5-speed (seats removed)
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