THIS POLL IS NOW CLOSED. NEW POLL COMING SHORTLY.
Motorhome seat belt law is a hot topic at the minute and one that can be somewhat confusing as your recent comments suggest.
September’s seat belt article prompted us to question why some new motorhomes can have a different number of berths to allocated travel seats with belts.
It seems a little strange that a motorhome which is classified as six berth for example, has only enough seats to safely (or in some cases legally) carry up to four passengers.
We are eager to get your thoughts on the topic – do you think motorhomes should have the same number of belted travel seats as berths?
Elddis has already made its belts = berths pledge so there’s a belted travel seat to match the number of sleeping berths in all its motorhomes. Should other manufacturers follow suit?
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