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Old 08-15-2009, 10:27 PM   #11
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No you don't need a CDL to drive a RV no matter how long, heavy... it is. However for those of us who have CDLs watching some of those people driving LARGE Rvs without a CDL is very hard to take, cause they don't know what they are doing and can be very dangerous. I would venture to guess most everbody here knows how to drive these magines though. Anyway, you can have a regular drivers license and get you air brake endorsement, it's worth it, believe me. There is nothing like having your air brakes go out while driving, having the endorsement and knowing what to do in every situation is valuable!
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Old 08-20-2009, 07:40 PM   #12
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well for one thing i have see here in wash it depends on your county that your
trying to do it in and who you are dealing with to. so in you smaller county's
it might by easyer.

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Old 08-22-2009, 11:09 PM   #13
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Looks like they're doing it by the letter of the law to you. When I titled my bus in '06 as a motorhome it was just go to the county auditor and say it's a motorhome--done deal.

If you got to go by the code--you're f*cked, just my humble opinion.
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Old 08-23-2009, 01:42 PM   #14
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Looks like they're doing it by the letter of the law to you. When I titled my bus in '06 as a motorhome it was just go to the county auditor and say it's a motorhome--done deal.

If you got to go by the code--you're f*cked, just my humble opinion.
well in walla walla thats all i had to do to. tell that it had all of the rv stuff and i got the plates and it was a rv and it helped that it was from montana.

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Old 05-02-2010, 12:20 PM   #15
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this all sounds stressful.lol.Dose this all work the same for an old semi truck thats converted .Im in bellingham WA and i did some asking around ,and everyone tells me i need an inspection.hmmmmmm.
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well it is more in likely cause of were you are at. i did not have any problems in walla walla.
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I might have to come over there then.lol
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I might have to come over there then.lol
the west side can kiss it! to many people and laws and all the crap that go's with them!
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Ya it sucks over here
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Ya it sucks over here

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