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For the purpose of this chapter the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
BOAT or SNOWMOBILE TRAILER. Any vehicular unit built or modified to accommodate a boat or snowmobile, and designed to be towed by a motor vehicle for transportation, storage, launching or retrieval. Such a vehicle shall be considered a boat or snowmobile trailer whether or not a boat or snowmobile is in place upon it.
MOTORHOME. A self-propelled vehicular unit designed to provide complete housekeeping facilities. The following are the four basic types of motor homes: unconverted van models, van conversion motorhomes, mini-motorhomes and conventional motorhomes.
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE. Any towed or self-propelled vehicle designed or modified to provide temporary mobile sleeping or housekeeping facilities for recreational travel, including all types of vehicles which can be licensed in the state by a recreational vehicle license. The following specific types are defined.
TRAVEL TRAILER. A towed vehicle ranging from 10 to 35 feet in length, and up to 8 feet in width. The following are the four basic types of travel trailers: rigid, telescoping, fifth wheel and camping trailer.
TRUCK CAMPER. A pickup truck fitted with a recreational living quarters module. The following are the three types of truck campers: slide in, chassis mount and pickup covers.
(`95 Code, § 97.01) (Ord. 75-6, passed - - )