Or go the Vermont Route and have your conversion done the easy way. Submit some paperwork, pay sales tax, and get your motor home plates. Then take that and register in your state as a motor home, using the registration from VT. Easy peasy.
If you have no need to move the vehicle prior to getting the things your state requires installed, go ahead and wait. Ours was converted to a motor home via VT, cost us a lot less than installing "temp junk" to get a sign off, and we can drive it under motor home regulations. Works for us, it's not for everyone.
We've done so much, for so long, with so little, that we can now do the impossible, overnight, with nothing.
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