|Motorhome gets constitutional protection of 4th amendment's right to privacy|
In People v. Pallis, motorhome gets 4th amendment privacy rights.
A recent September 2018 New York State case of People v. Pallis affords privacy rights in a motorhome.
Motorhomes may be more like residences than automobiles where they provide increase privacy and residential necessities (see e.g. United States v. Williams, 630 F2d 1322, 1326 [9th Cir 1980]).
Vans, motorhomes, and campers maybe considered homes for 4th amendment privacy issues. NYS finds a motorhome in Brooklyn was more like a home and didn't permit the warrantless search by police.
The court will have to weigh the factors for or against: stationary vs. mobile
Including: hookups, intent, location, type of van, timing, and use