Become an NRVIA Certified RV Inspector
So you can do "Home Inspections" on RVs
The National Recreational Vehicle Inspectors Association (NRVIA) is a membership organization providing certification and credentials for professional recreational vehicle inspectors across North America.
NRVIA’s mission is to provide credibility through the testing and awarding of credentials to qualified inspectors. NRVIA Inspector members are required to follow specific Standards of Practice and a Code of Ethics that will ensure the consumer will receive an inspection of the highest quality and caliber.
When the consumer hires an NRVIA Certified Inspector they can be assured they will be receiving a professional, standardized, and thorough inspection of their RV equipment.
Your connection with the National RV Inspectors Association will go far in helping you develop your RV Inspection career and business.
When you become a certified RV Inspector you will have the skill-set needed to develop a business and contract yourself out to individuals or RV related organizations who can utilize your services for RV inspections. This will multiply your opportunities and expand your possibilities for success with your RV Inspection career.
There are 2 Levels of NRVIA Certified RV Inspectors
You will have the skill and ability to perform low level inspections that are many times called Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) verification inspections for banks, credit unions, and extended service agreement companies. These basic inspections typically pay you approximately $100 to $200 for 1 to 2 hours of inspection work.
You will be qualified to perform Level One and Level Two Rv Inspections which are the more in depth pre-purchase RV inspections that are similar to a “home inspection” except they are on an RV! Level Two RV Inspections pay approximately $300 to $1,200, depending on the the type of RV that is being evaluated.