RV & Motorhome Registration in Michigan
Michigan has an expansive park system that is well-represented in state, national, local, and private campgrounds. The majority of them already offer amenities for recreational vehicles, and many are upgrading their facilities to provide better water, electrical, and sanitary hookups.
In Michigan, all RVs must be titled and registered and carry Michigan no-fault insurance. In fact, registering a motor home is just like registering your car or truck.
A new registration for your motor home will require a trip to a Secretary of State branch office. Bring your proof of Michigan no-fault insurance, proof of ownership (the title or bill of sale), and either cash, a check, or a money order. Branch offices do not accept credit or debit cards.
Fees for registering motor homes built in 1984 and newer are based on the value of your motor home when you purchased it; those built prior to 1984 are computed by the vehicle's weight. You can get help determining your fee by calling (888) 767-6424.Other Topics in This SectionBe a Hero
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