Funster No : 172
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: scarborough, nth yorks
About Me: Waiting for Tommorrow
Interests: beer,tv and motorhoming
MH Type: A class
MH Model: Rexhall Rexair 6.8ltr V10 ford triton
Years Motorhoming: 8 years
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No, the certificate will be filled in by the person or dealer who did the check...not an independant body.
the hab check should include a Gas safety check, an electrical safety check and a damp check as a priority and many other checks as well.
many dealers and independant traders will perform a habitation check....some will even come to your home or work place for a fee.
many do hab checks 'on the spot' at the various motorhome shows
it isnt a legal requirement (though, for gas in particular, it should be) but is advisable on safety grounds, as well as catching any unseen problems early....damp is a motorhome killer.
Originally Posted by Demelza
What exactly is a habitation certificate and who does the habitation check to provide such a certificate. If a dealer says they will do a habitation check, does that mean we can expect to be given a certificate from someone independent which shows that everything is in working order? Thanks
I'm trying to see it from your point of view
but i cant get my head that far up my ass