What does an NRVIA RV Inspector inspect during an RV inspection?

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Points of Inspection for a typical towable RV inspection from a Certified Inspector

Towable Points Of Inspection

Due to insurance restrictions, the Travel Trailer or Fifth Wheel can NOT be towed by the Inspector. Also, due to safety issues and the lack of clearance under the Towable unit the Inspector will conduct the following visual inspections from the outer perimeter of the Towable unit.

If the RV is not set up according to the Pre Inspection Checklist provided, some points of inspection may not be performed.

Weight Labels and Data Plates

Hot Skin Test

Hitch System/Hook Up

Leveling System and Components

Slideout Rooms

Awnings and Slideout Toppers

Roof

Windshield

Sidewall and End Caps

Entrance doors

Exterior Chassis and Undercarriage

Running Gear

Steering

Wheel Assembly

Chassis Turn Signal and Running Lights (12-volt DC Automotive Type Battery)

Coach Battery System (12-volt DC Deep Cycle Battery)

120 Volt AC Electrical System (House “Shore” Type Power)

Generator- Engine – (if equipped)

Inverter – (if equipped)

Fresh Water System

Waste Water Systems - (Gray and Black Water)

Propane Tank, Lines and Connections (9)

LP Gas System

DOT tanks – (if equipped)

Life Safety Items

Refrigerator

Water Heater – (if equipped)

Furnace – (if equipped)

Air Conditioner(s)

Cooktop/Stove

Cooktop Exhaust Fan

Microwave/Convection Oven

Washer/ Dryer - (if equipped)

In House Vacuum System – (if equipped)

Electric Fireplace – (if equipped)

Ceiling Mounted Fans and Ceiling Exhaust Vents

Interior Conditions and Appearance

Cabinets / Pantries and Closets / Dressers Condition

Furniture

Shower/Tub Enclosure

Entertainment Systems

Points of Inspection for a typical motorhome RV inspection from a Certified Inspector

Motorhome Points Of Inspection

Please note: Due to insurance restrictions the Motor Home can NOT be driven by the Inspector. Also, due to safety issues and the lack of clearance under the motorhome the Inspector will conduct the following visual inspections from the outer perimeter of the motor home.

If the RV is not setup according to the Pre Inspection Checklist provided, some points of inspection may not be performed.

Weight Labels and Data Plates

Hot Skin Test

Leveling System and Components

Slideout Rooms

Awnings and Slideout Toppers

Roof

Windshield

Sidewall and End Caps

Entrance doors

Exterior Chassis and Undercarriage

Running Gear

Steering

Hitch System/Hook Up

Wheel Assembly

Engine

Radiator

Transmission

Chassis Turn Signal and Running Lights (12-volt DC Automotive Type Battery)

Driver / Cab Area

Coach Battery System (12-volt DC Deep Cycle Battery)

120 Volt AC Electrical System (House “Shore” Type Power)

Generator- Engine – (if equipped)

Inverter – (if equipped)

Fresh Water System

Waste Water Systems - (Gray and Black Water)

Propane Tank, Lines and Connections (9)

LP Gas System

ASME tank – (if equipped)

Life Safety Items

Refrigerator

Water Heater – (if equipped)

Furnace – (if equipped)

Hydronic Heater – (if equipped)

Air Conditioner(s)

Cooktop/Stove

Cooktop Exhaust Fan

Microwave/Convection Oven

Washer/ Dryer - (if equipped)

In House Vacuum System – (if equipped)

Electric Fireplace – (if equipped)

Ceiling Mounted Fans and Ceiling Exhaust Vents

Interior Conditions and Appearance

Cabinets / Pantries and Closets / Dressers Condition

Furniture

Shower/Tub Enclosure

Entertainment Systems

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