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What constitutes an RV?


An RV is defined as any vehicle larger either in length, width or height than a normal fifteen (15)-passenger van. The length limit for a non-RV is 16 feet. Any vehicle, or vehicle + towed trailer of any kind, that is over 16 feet in length needs an RV Pass.
All oversized vehicles, trailers, campers that are towed and busses are considered RVs.
Cars, Pick Up Trucks, SUVs and up to a 12 passenger vans do not need RV pass.
15 passenger vans, sprinter vans, and RVs longer than 16’ will require an RV pass. Cars, Pickups, SUVs and Vans that are towing a trailer will also need an RV pass.
There is no maximum size limit for RV’s.


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