It would have to be licensed as an RV.
As a recreational vehicle.
Any type of motor home or recreational vehicle is covered by a typical RV policy. Even travel trailers are covered by an RV insurance policy. Before you purchase your policy, though, talk to a qualified insurance agent to make sure you are adequately covered.
They are only covered if they themselves are insured under their own policy.
No, Homeowners Insurance does not provide coverage for motor vehicles.
You can with motorhomes but not with trailers.
Always avoid excessive walking on the RV roof. It may be springy but depending on the condition of it you may be in any danger of falling through or damaging it by walking. Do be careful up there, though. RV roofs are often very slippery, especially when wet or covered with forest debris (leaves, twigs, nuts, berries, etc.).
Sure can. Look at those big RV's on the road ... most are pulling a car using a tow bar.
no unless its a RV trailer or u will get in big trouble about 100 dollar ticketAnswerno unless its a RV trailer or covered roof or u get in truoble about a 2000000000 dollar ticket and prison