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GrandpaKip

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Posted: 08/10/19 09:17am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

CharlesinGA wrote:



A campground requiring an RVIA sticker is simply trying to eliminate school bus, and cargo trailer conversions (which look like **** anyhow), and is a simple foolproof way of doing this.



Charles

My cargo trailer conversion did not look like ****. It was very well done and received quite a few compliments.


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opnspaces wrote:

PNW_Steve wrote:

One word of warning. I have stayed in at least three RV parks that you have an RVIA placard on your rigs to stay there.


I wonder if that type of rule was adopted to discourage home built and school bus conversions. Have you had somebody come out to your commercially manufactured rig and actually look for the stickers?


I’ve seen the same requirement at campgrounds/RV Parks.

I’ve never had anyone look for the stickers, but I clearly have a commercially built rig.


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GrandpaKip wrote:

CharlesinGA wrote:



A campground requiring an RVIA sticker is simply trying to eliminate school bus, and cargo trailer conversions (which look like **** anyhow), and is a simple foolproof way of doing this.



Charles

My cargo trailer conversion did not look like ****. It was very well done and received quite a few compliments.


Guess my friends setup wouldn't be welcome either...no stickers on it!

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The Secret of the Seal Revealed!

Manufacturers self certify their product. Well, that explains a lot, though I saw no reference to quality of what they build.

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The Secret of the Seal Revealed!

Manufacturers self certify their product. Well, that explains a lot, though I saw no reference to quality of what they build.


That certainly does explain a lot. It also tells me that those RVIA stickers are only for show and they don't mean squat.


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