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camilllit

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Posted: 06/03/19 07:19pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a 12 month old 2018 5vr and its again due for it's annual inspection. I can't find the 2018 inspection sticker anywhere.
Tomorrow, where should the inspection station locate the new 2019 Pennsylvania inspection sticker?

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Posted: 06/04/19 03:00am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Possibly it was not previously inspected or the sticker was lost/stolen?

The inspection station will know where to place the sticker.

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Posted: 06/04/19 03:22am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We bought two trailers in PA and they came with state inspections from the dealer. One sticker was on the back window and one on the drivers front. No consistency except they were on windows.

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Most of ours when we lived in Pa were always on the first window on the drivers side except in a 5th wheel were they are up high in the front.


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I found this regarding PA Inspection sticker location. It appears it goes on the side of the trailer, 6' up toward the front but not on the nose.

On trailers, the certificate of inspection shall be affixed, in an upright position, to the left front—traffic side—of the trailer, approximately 6 feet high, if possible. The certificate may not be placed on the nose or front side of the trailer. A holder is permitted if it is in the proper location and the certificate of inspection is affixed to prevent theft or transfer to another vehicle. The new certificate of inspection may not be placed over the old certificate of inspection.

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In Virginia, a lot of them used to be placed on a driver's side window. A couple years back they changed it to the pinbox or tongue of the trailer here. It would be good if all states used the same location but that probably will not happen.

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pinesman wrote:

In Virginia, a lot of them used to be placed on a driver's side window. A couple years back they changed it to the pinbox or tongue of the trailer here. It would be good if all states used the same location but that probably will not happen.


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Posted: 06/04/19 10:45am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

PA here. First window on the drivers side. Which puts mine about half way back the 5th wheel.


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I've since read ...........first front window on driver side of rv. We found it, it was on driver side of the pin box!!!!!!! You can hardly see it, an inspection sticker on a black surface.

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laknox wrote:

pinesman wrote:

In Virginia, a lot of them used to be placed on a driver's side window. A couple years back they changed it to the pinbox or tongue of the trailer here. It would be good if all states used the same location but that probably will not happen.


Inspesions? We don' need no steenkin' inspesions in Norte Mexico, I mean Arizona! [emoticon]

Lyle

Texas started this absurdity several years back. Here it's gvwr over 7700 or so because the boating industry had a great lobbiest so ithats why it's not lower. It's a pain as only certain stations can inspect & the rv must be inside the shop other than the brake check. The only good part is no sticker any longer, just a paper to carry with you but it's on the computer.

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