Originally Posted by juicyjay
In addition, you must meet four out of six requirements before it can be classified as an RV.
Can you please tell me what the requirements are please
The folowing is exactly as stated on the sheet I received from the DMV:
RV: The vehicle must contain at least 4 of the 6 equipment items listed below, and not be used commercially nor owned by a commercial business.
1. Cooking facility with an on-board fuel source
2. Gas or electric refrigerator
3. Toilet with exterior evacuation
4. Heating or Air Conditioning system with an on-board power or fuel source seperate from the vehicle engine
5. Potable (drinkable) water supply system that includes at least a sink, faucet, and water tank with an exterior service supply connection
6. 110-125 volt electric power supply
B-Truck: If vehicle is designed and used for carrying or hauling freight or cargo and the area behind the driver's and front passenger's seat is entirely open (no additional seats) [this means that if you remove all the seats, you can use a class B CDL to drive your bus around]
Refer to the fee chart exhibit for correct registration fee and expiration date according to the type of plate registered.
4. To audit a conversion van transaction that is submitted after the initial title has already been issued:
One title will be issued when the two certificates of origin are surrendered. Thus, the vehicle will carry only one title from that time. However, the title may show two years, makes and vehicle identification numbers. If two years, makes and vehicle identification numbers are shown on the surrender title, the auditor is required to see that any new application reflects this.
5/1-169 Recreational Vehicle
[that double "S" thing] 1-169 Recreational vehicle. Every camping trailer, motor home, mini motor home, travel trailer, truck camper or van camper used primarily for recreational purposes and not used commercially nor owned by a commercial business. P.A. 76-1586, [double s] 1-169, eff. July 1, 1970. Amended by P.A. 78-343, [double s] 1, eff. Jan. 1, 1974; P.A. 81-969, [double s] 1, eff. Jan. 4, 1980; P.A. 84-986, [double s] 1, eff. Sept. 25, 1985.
Ill.Rev.Stat.1991, ch. 95 1/2, [paragraph symbol] 1-169.
Then there's a note that says "From IL Code Policy"
The above is what I received when I asked what I needed to do to make my school bus into an RV in Illinois. This information is about 5 months old, but should still be 100% complete and applicable