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Old 02-26-2016, 09:57 AM   #1
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Mo State Statutes: 12CSR-10-23.370

About 3rd page or section and 2nd paragraph.

The vehicle must contain
permanently installed independent life
support systems which meet the American
National Standards Institute/National Fire
Protection Association (ANSI/NFPA) 501C
Standard and provide at least four (4) of the
following facilities: cooking, refrigeration or
ice box, self-contained toilet, heating or air
conditioning, or both, a portable water supply
system including a faucet and sink, separate
one hundred ten to one hundred twentyfive
(110ó125)-volt electrical power supply
or a liquefied petroleum (LP) gas supply or
both. The basic types are specified as follows:
(A) Type A. A raw chassis upon which is:
built a driverís compartment and an entire
body which provides temporary living quarters
as previously defined;
(B) Type B. A completed van-type vehicle
which has been altered to provide temporary
living quarters as defined previously; and
(C) Type C. An incomplete vehicle upon
which is permanently attached a body
designed to provide temporary living quarter
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Old 08-25-2020, 12:25 PM   #2
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Year: 1998
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Chassis: Genesis
Engine: Navistar DT466E/ AT545
Rated Cap: 78
Ansi/nfpa 501 c

Sooo, does anyone know what is needed to meet the 501 C requirements?
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Thought is was evident in post #1

501C Standard and provide at least four (4) of the
following facilities: cooking, refrigeration or
ice box, self-contained toilet, heating or air
conditioning, or both, a portable water supply
system including a faucet and sink, separate
one hundred ten to one hundred twentyfive
(110ó125)-volt electrical power supply.
It's the same standards in 99% of the states.
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Old 08-25-2020, 01:07 PM   #4
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You do not have to meet any safety standards with regard to installing these systems? They just have to be permanently installed?
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