RV & Motorhome Registration in North Dakota
The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) defines a motor home or "house car" as any vehicle that is primarily used as a temporary residence and that contains at least 4 of the following:
- Cooking facilities.
- Potable water with plumbing connected to a sink.
- Heating or air conditioning separate from the vehicle's engine.
- A 110-115 volt alternating current electrical system that is separate from the vehicle's engine electrical system.
If your vehicle falls under this category, you are required to register it as a motor home.
How to Register Your North Dakota Motor Home
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- First and foremost, complete an Application for Certificate of Title and Registration of a Vehicle (Form SFN 2872). You can also find this form at any North Dakota Motor Vehicle office.
- You must also include a registration fee that is based on the number of years registered and 40% of the actual weight of your house car according to NDDOT's Passenger Fee Schedule. If you're confused about trying to determine this fee, call NDDOT at (701) 328-2725.
- You may also be required to complete a State Board of Equalization Statement of Mobile Home Full Consideration (Form SFN3004) with your registration/title application.
- Pay the $5 title fee.