A camper permanently mounted on a trailer is registered as a travel trailer.
A travel trailer is designed to provide facilities for human habitation (permanent sleeping and cooking facilities). Travel trailers are not used for commercial or business purposes. A travel trailer is any of the following that is 8.5 feet wide or less:
- Recreational vehicle
- Prefabricated structure
The width of 8.5 feet is measured when any expansion sides or “tipouts” are in the usual travel position. The length is measured from the foremost point of the trailer hitch to the rear extremity of the trailer body, not including the spare tire. A travel trailer may not exceed 45 feet in length. If the trailer exceeds 45 feet in length, it cannot be registered.
The Camper and Travel Trailer Schedule of Registration Fees
(Form 735-464) will help you to determine the correct fee. Campers and travel trailers are registered for a two-year period.