I was required to keep a current license on mine while it was on a seasonal site here in MN. Other States may be different. I just carried comprehensive insurance,(fire, wind, theft) through my car insurance carrier. The liability portion which is required here is covered by the tow vehicle coverage..If you have a lender, check and see what they require.
2011 Big Country 3250TS...2010 Ram CC Laramie 4wd Cummins
15k Super Glide, Firestone Ride Rite, TrailAir Tri-Glide
Michelin XPS Ribs. Just say no to Chinese tires.
Twin Cities Mn.
OR, when you gpo the RMV, you should be able to get a temporary plate, which will make you legal to get it up here to Maine.
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'05 Winnebago Voyage 35A, Workhorse W22
'03 Cavalier Toad w/Sterling Aluminum Tow Bar & Brake Buddy
After initial registration, file "non op" at a greatly reduced fee for all subsequent years.
you can't non op an RV in CA according to my last registration renewal... not that the OP is in CA but some how our state has entered into the discussion on this thread.
if you own your RV (no loan) you dont *need* insurance... but if it catches on fire or a tree falls on it... some ond does a hit and run while its parked etc etc... you will wish you had it.
We will end up owning it outright and I want the insurance but wife is fighting me. It just makes me feel that much better.
It has been raining like crazy in MA and will continue till thursday but in my case it is good because I do one final inspection before making it 100 percent final. The owner took awning off and has the dealer reinstalling it which is what held the final sale. This rain gives me a real world test of leaks.