(1)For purposes of this rule, a recreational vehicle includes both of the following subsections:
(a)A vehicle (a means for carrying or transporting something) if:
(A)The vehicle is used primarily for amusement and not for day-to-day transportation; and
(B)The vehicle cannot be licensed as a motor vehicle for use on a public highway (even if the vehicle is registered or licensed as a non-motor vehicle).
(b)An ATV, boat, camper, dune buggy, plane, snowmobile, and trailer, unless one of the following applies:
(A)The item qualifies as a capital asset (see OAR 461-001-0000 (Definitions for Chapter 461)).
(B)The item qualifies as work-related equipment (see OAR 461-145-0600 (Work-Related Capital Assets, Equipment, and Inventory)).
(2)Except as provided in section (4) and (5) of this rule, for all programs except ERDC, the equity value (see OAR 461-001-0000 (Definitions for Chapter 461)) of a recreational vehicle is counted as a resource.
(3)In the ERDC program, the value of a recreational vehicle is excluded.
(4)In the SNAP program only, the equity value of a recreational vehicle is excluded if selling the vehicle would produce a net gain to the financial group of less than $1,500.
(5)In the OSIP and OSIPM programs, items used as a means of day-to-day transportation or used for OSIP-EPD and OSIPM-EPD are treated in accordance with OAR 461-145-0360 (Motor Vehicle).
Rule 461-145-0433 — Recreational Vehicles,