• Inspect and rate overall condition?

  • Rate the condition of the roof vents, air conditioners, antenna, and other components mounted on the roof?

  • Identify areas of concern and potential water intrusions?

Slideout Rooms, Awnings, and Slideout Toppers

  • Inspect and Evaluate the extending and retracting of each Slideout Rooms

  • Inspect and evaluate roof condition of slideout?

  • Inspect and evaluate the condition of the seals, sweeps, and gaskets for possible damage

  • Evaluate the attached wiring and utility harness that feed underneath the slideout room

  • Inspect and identify the operational type (manual vs. electric) of the awnings, slideout toppers and window awnings?

  • Operate and rate the condition of the awning frames and latching mechanisms?

  • Evaluate and rate the condition of the fabric material of the awnings?


  • Inspect front and rear caps? (Motor homes)

  • Evaluate the aging and overall condition of the front and rear caps

  • Inspect and evaluate the appearance and functional condition of the end caps, sidewalls, entrance doors and handles, windows and cargo access doors

  • Inspect and evaluate any damage, discoloration, and delamination of the side wall and end cap components

120 Volt AC Electrical System (house type power)

  • Identify and rate the condition of the power cord and its connection ends?

  • Identify any damage or repair of the power cord

  • Remove the cover panel of the 120-volt circuit breaker box to visually inspect the condition of the wiring, circuit breakers, and grounding connections?

  • List any heat discoloration to the wiring and connections?

  • Verify the separation of all the wiring types

Coach Battery System (12-volt DC deep cycle Battery Electrical System)

  • Locate and note the location of the battery stack

  • Evaluate the condition, age, and matched sizing of the battery stack?

  • Evaluate and determine if positive and negative cables are correctly matched for balanced load?

  • Access and visually inspect the wiring, fuse panel, and fuses of the 12-volt electrical systems??

  • Evaluate the operation of the fresh water /waste water monitor panel for incorrect readings

Generator-Engine (If installed)

  • Identify and note the model, serial number, and run hours of the generator?

  • Check Oil Level

  • Start and operate the onboard generator?

Generator-Radiator (If installed on this generator)

  • Location of the radiator and cooling fans?

  • Visually inspect the wiring and electrical connections and fuses/circuit breakers?

  • Visually inspect the coolant reservoir, radiator, and hoses

Inverter (If installed)

  • Identify and note the model and serial number of the inverter

  • Visually inspect the wiring, electrical connections and fuses/circuit breakers?

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

Chassis and Undercarriage

  • Visually inspect for rust, damage, and excessive oil on the underside of the motor home


  • Visually inspect for bent or damaged components and hydraulic leaks

Leveling Systems

  • Verify the system operates properly by extended and retracting leveling system

  • Note visual indications of hydraulic leaks or mechanical issues

Running Gear

  • Inspect the frame, axles, and springs, rims, and other components for rust, oil stains and visible damage

  • Document the information on the tires as to their age and weight capactity

  • Check the tire pressure

  • Inspect and rate tire tread condition

  • Note any valve extensions and pressure monitors

Hitch System/Hook Up

  • Inspect and identify the type of system used to tow vehicles

  • Evaluate and list modifications to hitch system

Engine - *strongly recommend performing oil analysis to determine internal combustion engine component condition

  • Verify oil level on the dipstick

  • Indications of engine issues or any noise while running

  • Are there noticeable oil or exhaust leaks?

  • Note the oil pressure reading on the dash gauges

Radiator - *strongly recommend performing coolant analysis to determine the condition of the coolant fluid and internal cooling system

  • Location of the radiator and cooling fans

  • Visually inspect the coolant reservoir , radiator, and hoses

Transmissions - *strongly recommend performing transmission fluid analysis to determine the condition of the fluid and the internal components of the transmission.

  • Fluid level on the dipstick

  • Indications of contaminated transmission fluid

Chassis, Turn Signal, Running Lights, and Backup Cameras

  • Inspect the condition of the 7 pin connector cord?

  • Activate and evaluate the operation of the windshield wipers

  • Operate and Evaluate the emergency break away switch?

  • Activate and evaluate the operation of the DOT lights mounted on the RV?

  • Visually inspect the chassis battery compartment, the electrical connections, and batteries

  • Inspect the Backup Cameras

Fresh Water System`

  • Visually inspect for leaks around the faucets

  • Verify the fresh water connections for the city water hookup are operational

  • Verify the onboard fresh water tank and pressure pump system will operate and maintain pressure

  • Visually inspect the water filtration system (if installed) for leaks and filter placement

Waste Water Systems (Grey and Black Water)

  • Operationally test and inspect both waste (grey and black) plumbing systems for leaks under the sinks, shower, around toilet and discharge lines

  • Operate both drain valves and test for ease of operation

  • Verify the drain cap is in place

LP Gas System

  • Visually inspect all hoses and pressure regulators for damage and age

  • On a split tank system, verify the red colored single stage regulator is installed

  • Verify the plastic cover has been installed over the regulator

ASME Tank (if equipped)

  • Conduct a visual inspection of the tank for rust or physical damage if the tank is accessible

  • List the locations of the tank

  • Document the manufacturer date of the ASME tank if accessible

  • List the gallon capacity of the tank

DOT Cylinders (If equipped)

  • Document the manufactor date of DOT cylinders

  • List the locations(s) of the DOT cylinders

  • List the tank sizes that have been installed

  • Conduct visual inspection of exterior of the cylinder for rust and other damage

Water Heater

  • Identify the brand, model and type of the water heater

  • Visually inspect the burner assembly and gas exhaust systems for blockages and insect infestation

  • Fill the tank with water (if necessary) and verify operation on all heat sources - LP gas and 120 volt AC (if equipped with a heating element)

  • Determine if proper drain plug has been installed in the water heater

  • If installed, inspect and evaluate if the correct type of dauber screen is being used

Weight Labels and Data Plates

  • Indentify and document the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

  • Document the license plate info

  • List the inspection sticker information (if applicable)

  • List the RVIA inspection seal number

  • List the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating

  • List the date of manufacture

Life Safety Items

  • Perform and document LP gas timed leak test at cooktop burner spud for 5 minutes at 8 inches of water column gas pressure

  • Test the Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GCFI) circuits in the 6 foot range of the water areas of the bathroom, kitchen, and exterior receptacles

  • Test all wall receptacles for correct polarity and ground fault

  • Test the exterior skin for hot skin that would cause electrical shock

  • Emergency Exit Windows - verify all safety windows are operational

  • Fire Extinguisher - verify unit is secure in bracket and dial indicates extinguisher is fully charged

  • Smoke/Fire Detector - test and verify operation of unit and document expiration date of detector

  • Carbon Monoxide Detector (if applicable) - test and verify operation of unit and document expiration date of detector

  • LP Gas Detector - verify gas detection and audio alarm, and document expiration date of detector

  • Verify the rubber grommet is properly sealed around LP gas line of water heater


  • Identify the brand, model and type of refrigerator

  • Note the location of the vent panels used by the refrigerator

  • Operate on all heat sources- 120 volt AC, LP gas and for 3 way refrigerators, 12 volt DC

  • Visually verify if baffle system on back of refrigerator area is correct and directing heat away from gas coils

  • Test for interior temperature of upper and lower refrigerator compartments and ice maker (if installed) *if refrigerator has been operating for minimum of 12 hours

  • Check condition of door frame, shelving, crisper drawers, door shelves and interior light

  • Evaluate and rate the door gasket seals of freezer and refrigerator box areas

Furnace - if equipped

  • If accessible, identify the brand, model and type of furnance(s) that have been installed

  • Identify the type of thermostat controls being used to operate furnace(s)

  • Visually inspect air intake and exhaust assemblies for blockages and insect infestation

  • Operate and verify warm air discharge out of vents and proper return air flow to unit

  • Monitor for unusual noise or vibration of blower motor

  • If installed, inspect and evaluate if the correct type of dauber screen is being used


  • Evaluate and rate the condition of the cooktop or stove

  • List presence and condition of stop top covers

  • Inspect and rate the condition of the metal grill top and rubber grommets of the top burner area

  • Verify the ignition and operation of all top burners and the oven flame (if equipped)

  • Evaluate the presence of the control knobs, door handles, and oven racks of the unit

Cooktop Exhaust Fan

  • Operate and verify condition of the exhaust function and fan speeds

  • Visually inspect the filter and lighting

  • Evaluate and rate the exterior condition of the exhaust vent

Air Conditioner(s)

  • Perform cooling efficiency test (Delta T) on each unit

  • Visually Inspect the plenum box and ductwork sealing

  • Inspect the air filter, cooling and the heat exhaust coils for debris and cleanliness

Washer/Dryer (if equipped)

  • Visually inspect and verify a wash and rinse cycle of the washer and dryer

  • Visually inspect for leaks or damaged hoses

  • Evaluate and rate the exterior condition of the dryer exhaust vent

Microwave/Convection Oven

  • Verify the rack and turn tables are installed

  • Operate the unit for 60 seconds utilizing cup of water and then list the water temperature

Dishwasher (if installed)

  • Verify operation of the unit and inspect for leaks and non-functioning rotating racks and wash bars

  • Identify and the brand and model of the unit

In House Vacuum System (if installed)

  • Identify and list the brand and model of the unit

  • Verify the operation and visually inspect the various components of the hose assembly, access doors, and dirt bag

Electric Fireplace (if installed)

  • Identify and list the brand and model of unit

  • Operate and verify the various heat settings, fan speed levels, and the back lighting

Ceiling Mounted Fans and Ceiling Exhaust Vents

  • Visually inspect the condition of the blades and motor

  • Operate and verify condition of the blade direction and fan speeds

  • Verify lighting (if equipped)

Interior Conditions and Appearance

  • Visually inspect all ceilings, walls, interior doors, and flooring for signs of water intrusion, surface damage and/or staining

  • Operate all windows and doors noting any deficiencies or missing components.

  • Evaluate the window coverings

  • Operate all interior, exterior, and decor lighting - 12 volt and 120 volt

Cabinets and Closet Condition

  • Inspect and evaluate all cabinet doors, drawers and pull out operation

  • Visually inspect all counter tops and flat surface areas of the kitchen, living room, bathroom, bedroom, and storage areas for scratches and damages

  • Identify and list all broken and loose cabinet and closet hardware

  • Note if appearance of previous damage repairs have been performed


  • Visually inspect the condition of the dinette table/booth, chairs, recliners and sofa

  • Inspect and note furniture fabric tears, discoloration and sign of excessive wear

  • Visually inspect and note signs of mattress damage or staining

Entertainment System

  • Visually and inspect all TV and stereo equipment

  • Verify DVD/disc players and radios are operational

  • Verify if satellite and/or antennas are installed

  • Raise and lower roof mounted antenna (if installed)

  • Verify remotes are operational

Shower/Tub Enclosure

  • Visually inspect the glass panels, curtains, and soap dish areas

  • Evaluate and rate the seals around the frame work and doors for water leaks

  • Operate the door and latch system to verify its operation

  • Inspect and evaluate the stains and chemical/mineral build up

  • Inspect and evaluate outside shower

  • Please use your finger or stylus to add your signature and verify the audit

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