815 KAR 25:020. Recreational vehicles.

 

      RELATES TO: KRS 227.550, 227.660

      STATUTORY AUTHORITY: KRS 227.570, 227.590, 227.610

      NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 227.590 requires the Recreational Vehicle Certification and Licensure Board to establish rules and administrative regulation governing the standards for manufacture, sale, and alteration of recreational vehicles; and the office of the State Fire Marshal is required to license dealers pursuant to KRS 227.610 and to issue certificates of acceptability pursuant to KRS 227.580. These administrative regulations are intended to assure safety for owners and occupiers of recreational vehicles by regulating dealers, setting standards for construction and inspection. This amendment is necessary to clarify the law and improve the enforcement of safety standards for all recreational vehicles, including a new entity known as park trailers. This amendment was approved by the Recreational Vehicle Board on May 2, 1991.

 

      Section 1. Definitions. For purposes of this administrative regulation the following definitions shall apply:

      (1) "Act" means the Mobile Home and Recreational Vehicle Act, KRS 227.550 to 227.660.

      (2) "Agency, testing" means an outside organization which is:

      (a) Primarily interested in testing and evaluating equipment and installations;

      (b) Qualified and equipped for, or to observe experimental testing to approved standards;

      (c) Not under the jurisdiction or control of any manufacturer or supplier of any industry;

      (d) Makes available a published report in which the specific information is included stating that the equipment and installations listed or labeled have been tested and found safe for use in a specific manner; and

      (e) Approved by the board.

      (3) "Alteration or conversion" means the replacement, addition, modification, or removal of any equipment or installations which may affect the plumbing, heat-producing or electrical systems, and fire and life safety systems or their function, unless excluded by this administrative regulation.

      (4) "ANSI" means the American National Standards Institute.

      (5) "Board" means the Recreational Vehicle Certification and Licensure Board defined in KRS 227.550(1).

      (6) "Certificate of acceptability" means the certificate provided to the manufacturer signifying the manufacturer's ability to manufacture, import or sell recreational vehicles within the state to licensed Kentucky dealers.

      (7) "Certified Kentucky dealer" means a dealer who is approved by the State Fire Marshal to inspect used recreational vehicles which are brought into Kentucky, and repair them, if necessary, under ANSI A119.2/NFPA 501C or ANSI A119.5 before placing a "B" seal upon them.

      (8) "Class 'A' seal" as defined by KRS 227.550(2).

      (9) "Class 'B' seal" as defined by KRS 227.550(3).

      (10) "Dealer" as defined by KRS 227.550(4).

      (11) "Established place of business" as defined by KRS 227.550(5).

      (12) "Hard surfaced lot" means an area open to the public during business hours with a surface of concrete, asphalt/macadam, compacted gravel or stone, or other material of similar characteristics.

      (13) "HUD Act" or "federal act" as defined by KRS 227.550(6).

      (14) "Manufacturer" as defined by KRS 227.550(8).

      (15) "Manufactured housing" as defined by KRS 227.550(7).

      (16) "NFPA 501(C)" as defined by KRS 227.550(12).

      (17) "Office" as defined by KRS 227.550(13).

      (18) "Offer for sale" means to display, exhibit or otherwise advertise a recreational vehicle before the general public. It also means negotiating the purchase and sale or exchange of recreational vehicles for a fee, commission, compensation, or other valuable consideration.

      (19) "Park trailer" means a recreational vehicle that meets the following criteria:

      (a) Built on a single chassis mounted on wheels.

      (b) Primarily designed as temporary living quarters for seasonal or destination camping which may be connected to utilities necessary for operation of installed fixtures and appliances.

      (c) Having a gross trailer area not exceeding forty (40) square feet in the set-up mode.

      (d) Having a gross trailer area not less than 240 square feet and certified by the manufacturer as complying with ANSI A119.5.

      (20) "Person" means a person, partnership, corporation or other legal entity.

      (21) "Recreational vehicle" as defined by KRS 227.550(14), the HUD Act in 24 CFR, Parts 3280, 3282 and 3283, and defined herein as "park trailers."

      (22) "Red tag" means a written notice which is applied to a recreational vehicle by a representative of the State Fire Marshal's office in accordance with Section 4 of this administrative regulation signifying that the recreational vehicle is not in compliance with applicable laws.

      (23) "Registration" means the transfer of title or any other official recording of change of ownership.

      (24) "Salvage unit" means any used recreational vehicle which is identified by the State Fire Marshal and the dealer, or by title, to not be subject to "B" seal requirements because it is not to be sold or used for habitable purposes.

      (25) "Suitable sign" means a sign with the dealership name and type of dealership in letters of a minimum height of six (6) inches and a minimum width of one and one-half (1 1/2) inches.

 

      Section 2. Authorization. (1) This administrative regulation is authorized to carry out the provisions of law in KRS Chapter 227. If these administrative regulations conflict with the applicable provisions of ANSI A119.2/NFPA 501C, or ANSI A119.5 the codes shall govern in all cases.

      (2) Subject to the provisions of applicable law, when it becomes necessary during an inspection to determine compliance, the office may require the dealer or manufacturer to remove or expose a portion of the recreational vehicle in order to make the inspection.

 

      Section 3. Scope and Purpose. These administrative regulations establish licensing requirements for all dealers and govern the design, manufacture, storage, and sale of recreational vehicles which are manufactured, sold, leased, or transported for use within or outside of the Commonwealth. These administrative regulations apply to recreational vehicles manufactured in manufacturing facilities located within or outside the Commonwealth. Recreational vehicles brought into this state for exhibition use only and which shall not be sold in this state, shall be exempt from the coverage of this administrative regulation if inspections reveal no condition hazardous to health or safety.

 

      Section 4. Standards for Vehicles in Manufacturers' or Dealers' Possession. (1) The office shall enforce the standards and requirements for the installation of plumbing, heating, electrical, and fire and life safety systems in recreational vehicles as it determines are reasonably necessary to protect the health and safety of the occupants and the public.

      (2) All recreational vehicles manufactured for sale within the Commonwealth of Kentucky shall comply with the applicable standards set forth in ANSI A119.2/NFPA 501C, Recreational Vehicles, 1990 Edition, or ANSI A119.5, Park Trailers, 1988 Edition, hereby incorporated by reference. Copies of ANSI A119.2/NFPA 501C are available from the National Fire Protection Association, 1 Batterymarch Park, P.O. Box 9101, Quincy, MA 02269-9101. Copies of ANSI A119.5 are available from the American National Standards Institute, 1430 Broadway, New York, New York 10018. This material is available for public inspection at the Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction, 101 Sea Hero Road, Suite 100, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601-5405, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

      (3) Prior to the offering for sale of any used recreational vehicle, the dealer shall first certify that the electric, heating, plumbing, and fire and life safety systems have been checked, and repaired if necessary, and found to be in safe working condition and then affix a "B" seal to the unit.

      (4) All recreational vehicles taken in trade by a dealer shall be reinspected and certified that they are in compliance with requirements of this subsection and subsection (7) of this section. The existing class "A" or class "B" seal shall be removed and a new seal or label affixed to the unit; or a new seal shall be affixed to the unit over the existing seal or label.

      (5) A seal shall be required if the dealer submits to the office an affidavit that the unit is a salvage unit. A salvage unit shall not be sold until it has been authorized, in writing, by the office to be labeled "salvage only" and the label has been affixed to the unit by the dealer. No seal shall be required if one (1) licensed dealer sells any unit to another licensed dealer; however, prior notice of the shall be given to the office.

      (6) All new recreational vehicles purchased outside the Commonwealth of Kentucky not bearing a class "A" seal of approval and all used recreational vehicles purchased outside the Commonwealth of Kentucky, not bearing any Kentucky seal of approval, shall be inspected by a certified Kentucky dealer or the office and a class "B" seal of approval issued according to the following criteria:

      (a) Inspection of the plumbing and waste systems;

      (b) Inspection of the heating unit to determine adequacy of the system;

      (c) Inspection of the electrical systems including the main circuit box and all outlets/switches to detect any damaged coverings, lost screws, or improper installations;

      (d) Inspection of fire and life safety (fire extinguishers and second means of egress).

      (7) Any Kentucky licensed recreational vehicle dealer that maintains the capability to perform minor maintenance of plumbing, heating, and electrical systems of recreational vehicles shall be permitted to inspect and certify those recreational vehicles purchased in another state for use within the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Any dealer desiring to perform this service shall make application to the Department of Housing, Buildings and Construction, State Fire Marshal's Office for appropriate certification. Upon application approval, the dealer shall be a "certified Kentucky dealer".

      (8) Any unit found to be in noncompliance with the requirements of this administrative regulation shall be corrected prior to the dealer certifying the unit or offering the unit for sale unless the unit has been issued a salvage label in accordance with this administrative regulation. All units requiring repairs or corrections prior to unit certification shall be reported to the office specifying the repairs required to correct the deficiencies. Appropriate reporting forms shall be made available to qualified dealers performing inspection.

      (9) The fee for the inspection of recreational vehicles shall be twenty (20) dollars per hour plus twenty-two (22) cents per mile and a twenty-five (25) dollar seal fee when performed by a certified Kentucky dealer. Inspections performed by the office shall be thirty-five (35) dollar inspection fee and twenty-five (25) dollar seal fee.

 

      Section 5. Applicability and Interpretation of Code and Regulation Provisions. (1) Any request for interpretations of any provisions of this administrative regulation or the Act may be submitted, in writing, by any interested person to the office. It is the policy of the office that questions regarding ANSI A119.2/NFPA 501C or ANSI A119.5 shall, whenever feasible, be submitted to the NFPA or ANSI for their recommendation. The opinion or decision of the office shall be in writing for written requests.

 

      Section 6. Certificate of Acceptability. (1) A manufacturer shall not manufacture, import, or sell any recreational vehicle in this state unless he has procured a certificate of acceptability from the board. Compliance shall be enforced through KRS 227.992. Recreational vehicles manufactured in this state and designed for delivery to and for sale in a state that has a code that is inconsistent with applicable provisions of ANSI A119.2/NFPA 501C or ANSI A119.5 as required by Section 4(2) of this administrative regulation shall not comply with this provision. A certificate of acceptability shall not be required for manufacturers attending a recreational vehicle trade show within the Commonwealth of Kentucky if they do not sell recreational vehicles to Kentucky dealers.

      (2) Requirements for issuance.

      (a) The manufacturer shall submit and the office shall approve in-plant quality control systems;

      (b) An affidavit certifying compliance with the applicable standards shall be attached to the application;

      (c) A $500 fee shall accompany the application. The fee shall be paid by check or money order and shall be made payable to: Kentucky State Treasurer;

      (d) The manufacturer shall furnish and maintain with the office a certificate of insurance to certify proof of general liability insurance to include lot and completed operations insurance in the minimum amount of $300,000 bodily injury or death for each person, $400,000 bodily injury or death for each accident, and $100,000 property damage.

      (3) To obtain in-plant quality control approval, a manufacturer shall submit a system for in-plant control pursuant to paragraph (b) of this subsection and submit to inspection by the office for field certification of satisfactory quality control. Applications for approval of in-plant quality control systems shall contain the following:

      (a) A certified copy of the plans and specifications of a model or model-group for electrical, heating, and plumbing systems. All plans shall be submitted on sheets, the minimum possible size of which is eight and one-half (8 1/2) inches by eleven (11) inches, and the maximum possible size of which is twenty-four (24) inches by thirty (30) inches. The manufacturer shall certify that the systems comply with ANSI A119.2/NFPA 501C, Recreational Vehicles or ANSI A119.5, Park Trailers, whichever is applicable.

      (b) Also a copy of the procedure which will direct the manufacturer to construct recreational vehicles in accordance with the plans, specifying:

      1. Scope and purpose.

      2. Receiving and inspection procedure for basic materials.

      3. Material storage and stock rotation procedure.

      4. Types and frequency of product inspection.

      5. Sample of inspection control form used.

      6. Responsibility for quality control programs, indicating personnel, their assignments, experience and qualifications.

      7. Test equipment.

      8. Control of drawings and material specifications.

      9. Test procedures.

      (4) A unit certification format certifying compliance with the Act and administrative regulations shall be submitted to the office no later than the end of the first week of each month. The unit certification format shall contain the information in the format in Section 12 of this administrative regulation.

      (5) A manufacturer to which a certificate of acceptability has been issued shall not modify in any way its manufacturing specifications without prior written approval of the office.

      (6) If the manufacturer is also a dealer, he shall also comply with dealer licensing provisions.

      (7) If the applicant does not conform with these administrative regulations, the applicant shall be so notified in writing by the office within ten (10) working days of the date received. If the applicant fails to submit a corrected application in accordance with the information supplied on the application correction notice, the application shall be deemed abandoned and twenty (20) percent of fees due shall be forfeited to the office. Any additional submission shall be processed as new application.

      (8) Manufacturers shall notify the office in writing within thirty (30) days of any of the following occurrences:

      (a) The corporate name is changed;

      (b) The main address of the company is changed;

      (c) There is a change in twenty-five (25) percent or more of the ownership interest of the company within a twelve (12) month period;

      (d) The location of any manufacturing facility is changed;

      (e) A new manufacturing facility is established; or

      (f) There are changes in the principal officers of the firm.

      (9) Any information relating to building systems or in-plant quality control systems which the manufacturer considers proprietary shall be so designated at the time of plans submission, and shall be so held by the office, and by the inspection, evaluation, and local enforcement agencies unless the board determines in each case that disclosure is necessary to carry out the purposes of the Act.

      (10) The office may determine that the standards for recreational vehicles established by a state or a recognized body or agency of the federal government or other independent third party are at least equal to applicable provisions of ANSI A119.2/NFPA 501C, Recreational Vehicles or ANSI A119.5, Park Trailers, as adopted by this administrative regulation. If the office finds that these standards are actually enforced then it may issue a certificate of acceptability for those recreational vehicles.

 

      Section 7. Serial Numbers, Model Numbers, Date Manufactured. A clearly designated serial number, model number, and date manufactured shall be stamped into the tongue, or front cross member of the frame at the lower left hand side (while facing the unit), and if there is no tongue or cross member, then a data plate with this information shall be affixed on the outside in a conspicuous place.

 

      Section 8. Licensed Kentucky Dealers. (1) A dealer of recreational vehicles shall not engage in business in this state without a license issued by the office upon application.

      (2) Application shall contain the following information:

      (a) Name and address of the chief managing officer;

      (b) Location of each and every established place of business;

      (c) Social Security number and date of birth of chief managing officer;

      (d) Affidavit certifying compliance with the Act and administrative regulations;

      (e) Names of officers if dealership in corporate form;

      (f) Names of partners if dealership in partnership form;

      (g) A copy of a valid Kentucky sales tax certificate; and

      (h) Any other information the office deems commensurate with safeguarding of the public interest in the locality of the proposed business.

      (3) All licenses shall be granted or refused within thirty (30) days after application, and shall expire, unless revoked or suspended, on December 31 of the calendar year for which they are granted.

      (4) The license fee shall be $200. The fee shall be paid by check or money order and shall be made payable to Kentucky State Treasurer.

      (5) The license shall be conspicuously displayed at the established place of business. If the business location is changed, the office shall endorse the change of location on the license without charge if it is located within the same municipality. A change of location to another municipality shall require a new license.

      (6) The dealer shall furnish and maintain with the office a certificate of insurance to certify proof of liability insurance in the minimum amount of $200,000 bodily injury or death for each person, $300,000 bodily injury or death for each accident, and $100,000 property damage.

      (7) Periodic reports.

      (a) Dealers shall maintain a record of all units sold, new and used, to include serial numbers, Kentucky seal numbers ("A" or "B"), date manufactured, make, and the name and address of the purchaser. This report shall be in the format depicted in Section 13 of this administrative regulation. The report shall be made available to the field inspector on a monthly basis.

      (b) Notification of a change in the application information shall be made within thirty (30) days of any of the following occurrences:

      1. Dealership name is changed;

      2. Established place of business is changed;

      3. There is a change in twenty-five (25) percent or more of the ownership interest of the dealership within a twelve (12) month period; or

      4. There are changes in the principal officers of the firm.

      (8) Out-of-state dealers with valid Kentucky license. Exception: an applicant whose place of business is in another state and who possesses a valid dealer's license in another state, shall be licensed upon application and approval by the office in accordance with this administrative regulation. These out-of-state dealers shall certify and provide Kentucky seals only for units actually sold for delivery into Kentucky.

      (9) Any dealer duly licensed under subsections (1) through (8) of this section may offer for sale or sell recreational vehicles on a temporary basis at a location outside the municipality for which the dealer is currently licensed under the following conditions:

      (a) Written notification to the State Fire Marshal's office thirty (30) days in advance of any event at which the dealer plans to exhibit recreational vehicles, giving name, location and duration of the proposed event and that the dealer shall comply with applicable fire code requirements for the event.

      (b) No event exceeds fifteen (15) days in duration.

      (c) The dealer complies with applicable temporary licensing requirements of Section 9 of this administrative regulation for authorized events in excess of two (2).

 

      Section 9. Temporary Licenses. (1) A dealer, except one (1) possessing a valid Kentucky license issued pursuant to Section 8 of this administrative regulation shall not offer for sale or sell recreational vehicles within the Commonwealth of Kentucky unless the dealer shall purchase from the Office of the State Fire Marshal a temporary license.

      (2) An out-of-state applicant for temporary license shall meet the following requirements before a temporary license shall be granted:

      (a) Be a duly licensed dealer in a state other than Kentucky;

      (b) Furnish to the office a certificate of insurance as proof of liability insurance in the minimum amount of $200,000 bodily injury or death for each person, $300,000 bodily injury or death for each accident, and $100,000 property damage;

      (c) Provide satisfactory assurance to the office by way of a physical inspection by an authorized representative of the office, that each new unit the dealer proposes to display, show or offer for sale, bears a Kentucky class "A" seal of approval. Used units shall not be displayed, shown or offered for sale within the Commonwealth of Kentucky by any dealer who does not possess a valid Kentucky license issued pursuant to Section 8 of this administrative regulation;

      (d) Possess a valid Kentucky sales tax certificate;

      (e) The state in which the applicant is licensed shall have reciprocal provisions for temporary licensing of Kentucky dealers;

      (3) Any temporary license shall not exceed fifteen (15) days duration and the license fee shall be $100 for each authorized event.

      (4) Applications for a temporary license shall be made at least thirty (30) days in advance of any event at which recreational vehicles shall be offered for sale or sold and the application shall state the name, location and time of the proposed event and all dealers shall comply with applicable fire code requirements for the proposed event.

      (5) Temporary licenses shall be prominently displayed at the location where the applicant is transacting business. The license shall be valid only for the location stated on the application.

      (6) A dealer shall not be issued more than two (2) temporary licenses per calendar year.

 

      Section 10. Seals. (1) A manufacturer who has received a certificate of acceptability from the office shall not sell or offer for sale to Kentucky dealers in this state recreational vehicles unless they bear a class "A" seal of approval issued by and purchased from the office. The provision shall not apply to vehicles sold or offered for sale for shipment out of state.

      (2) A dealer who has received a license from the office shall not sell or offer for sale a recreational vehicle except as permitted between licensed dealers pursuant to Section 4(6) of this administrative regulation unless it has an "A", a "B" seal or a "salvage label" affixed to the unit. Any dealer who has acquired a used recreational vehicle without a seal shall apply to the office for a class "B" seal by submitting an affidavit certifying either that all electrical, heating, plumbing, and fire and life safety equipment has been checked, and if necessary, repaired, and is now in safe working condition, or that the unit meets the applicable code. Any licensed dealer who has acquired a new recreational vehicle without an "A" seal, shall notify the office and the manufacturer upon discovery. Units without seals affixed shall not be displayed or offered for sale prior to certification by the office or manufacturer.

      (a) Acquisition of seals.

      1. Any manufacturer, except one altering a new recreational vehicle bearing a seal, shall qualify for acquisition of a class "A" seal by obtaining a certificate of acceptability pursuant to KRS 227.580 and Section 6 of this administrative regulation.

      2. Any dealer, except one altering a recreational vehicle bearing a seal, shall qualify for acquisition for a class "B" seal by giving an affidavit certifying either that all electrical, heating, plumbing, and fire and life safety equipment has been checked, if necessary, repaired, and is now in safe working condition, or that the unit meets the applicable code.

      (b) Application for seals.

      1. Any person who has met the applicable requirements of Section 6 or 8 of this administrative regulation shall apply for seals in the form prescribed by the office. The application shall be accompanied by the seal fee of twenty-five (25) dollars for each class "A" seal or twenty-five (25) dollars for each class "B" seal.

      2. If the applicant has qualified to apply for seals pursuant to the in-plant quality control approval method, the seal application shall include the certificate of acceptability number.

      (c) Alteration or conversion of a unit bearing a seal.

      1. Any alteration of the plumbing, heat-producing equipment, electrical equipment installations or fire and life safety in a recreational vehicle which bears a seal, shall void the approval and the seal shall be returned to the office.

      2. The following shall not constitute an alteration or conversion:

      a. Repairs with approved component parts;

      b. Conversion of listed fuel-burning appliances in accordance with the terms of their listing;

      c. Adjustment and maintenance of equipment;

      d. Replacement of equipment in kind;

      e. Any change that shall not affect those areas regulated by ANSI A119.2/NFPA 501C, Recreational Vehicles or ANSI A119.5, Park Trailers.

      3. Any dealer proposing an alteration to a recreational vehicle bearing a seal shall make application to the office. The application shall include:

      a. Make and model of recreational vehicle;

      b. Serial number;

      c. State seal number;

      d. A complete description of the work to be performed together with plans and specifications when required; and

      e. Location of the recreational vehicle where work is to be performed.

      4. Upon completion of the alteration, the applicant shall request the office to make an inspection.

      5. The applicant shall purchase a replacement seal, based on inspection of the alteration for a fee of two (2) dollars.

      (d) Denial and repossession of seals. If inspection reveals that a manufacturer is not constructing recreational vehicles according to the applicable provisions of ANSI A119.2/NFPA 501C or ANSI A119.5; or, if inspection reveals that any dealer failed to repair a used recreational vehicle under the standards and procedures set forth in this administrative regulation and KRS 227.550 to 227.660 or failed to comply with any other provision for placement of seals and labels; and the dealer or manufacturer, after having been served with a notice setting forth in what respect the provisions of this administrative regulation and the code have been violated, continues to manufacture, sell or offer for sale recreational vehicles in violation of these rules and the code, applications for new seals shall be denied and the seals previously issued and unused shall be confiscated and credit given. Upon satisfactory proof of compliance, the manufacturer or dealer shall resubmit an application for seals.

      (e) Seal removal. If any recreational vehicle bearing the seal is found to be in violation of this administrative regulation or the Act, the office shall attach to the vehicle a notice of noncompliance or a "red tag" and furnish the manufacturer or dealer a copy of same. The office, dealer or manufacturer shall not remove the noncompliance tag or "red tag" until corrections have been made, and the owner or his agent has requested an inspection in writing to the office or given an affidavit certifying compliance. Removal of any "red tag" shall result in repossession of all seals held by the dealer or manufacturer until the facility is once again in full compliance with the Act and this administrative regulation.

      (f) Placement of seals.

      1. Each seal shall be assigned and affixed to a specific recreational vehicle. Assigned seals shall not be transferable unless upon prior approval of the office and shall be void when not affixed as assigned, and all seals shall be returned to or shall be confiscated by the office. The seal shall remain the property of the office and shall be seized by the office in the event of violation of the Act or administrative regulation.

      2. The seal shall be securely affixed by the door on the handle side at approximately handle height.

      3. No other seal, stamp, cover, or other marking shall be placed within two (2) inches of the seal or label.

      (g) Lost or damaged seals.

      1. When a seal becomes lost or damaged, the office shall be notified immediately in writing by the owner. The owner shall specify the manufacturer, the recreational vehicle serial number, and when possible, the seal number.

      2. All damaged seals shall be promptly returned. Damaged and lost seals shall be replaced by the office with a replacement seal upon payment of the replacement seal fee of two (2) dollars.

      3. A dealer shall not display, sell or offer for sale a recreational vehicle unless an "A" seal, a "B" seal or salvage label is affixed to the unit.

 

      Section 11. Effective Date. The effective date of this administrative regulation shall be September 1, 1991.

 

      Section 12. Recreational Vehicle Unit Certification Format.

 

RECREATIONAL VEHICLE

UNIT CERTIFICATION FORMAT

 

Name of Manufacturer:

Mailing Address:

County:

City:

State:

Zip Code

      I hereby certify that the recreational vehicles as described hereon have been constructed in compliance with ANSI A119.2/NFPA 501(C) or ANSI A119.5.

NO.

SERIAL #

KY SEAL #

DATE MFG.

MODEL

SIZE

DEALER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This form shall be used in reporting units to the Office of the State Fire Marshal. The form shall be completed in duplicate with the original to be sent to the Office of the State Fire Marshal, and the copy retained by the manufacturer. This form shall be mailed to the Office of the State Fire Marshal when the last entry has been filled or not later than the first week of each month.

Date: ______ By _______ (Person Authorized to Certify These Units)

 

      Section 13. Dealer Certification Format.

 

DEALER CERTIFICATION FORMAT

 

Name of Dealer:

Mailing Address:

County:

City:

State:

Zip Code:

      I hereby certify that the used units described hereon have been inspected, A NEW "B" seals is affixed, and are in compliance with the standards as required by KRS 227.550 through KRS 227.660 and administrative regulations thereto and that the new recreational vehicles described hereon have the Kentucky Class "A" seal affixed.

NO.

SERIAL #

KY SEAL #

DATE MFG.

MAKE

PURCHASER & ADDRESS

 

 

 

 

 

 

This form shall be used in reporting units to the Field Inspector.

Date:

Signature:

      (Recodified from 806 KAR 50:205, 7-5-78; Am. 7 Ky.R. 684; 8 Ky.R. 287; eff. 10-7-81; 9 Ky.R. 1318; eff. 9-7-83; 12 Ky.R. 599; eff. 12-10-85; 15 Ky.R. 2292; 16 Ky.R. 22; eff. 7-7-89; 17 Ky.R. 3530; 18 Ky.R. 290; eff. 7-30-91.)