Your votes reveal if motorhomes seatbelts should equal berths

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  1. Philip Butterworth says:

    We never take passengers and we have a 5 berth van, so why would we want more seat belts? There are sufficient for 4, but the extra 2 are hidden away. If you take passengers and feel strongly about it, have them fitted, but don’t legislate for all of us.

  2. EEB says:

    We find it very frustrating that in our motorhome there are only three belted seats. It’s only a 2-berth van, which suits us, but we’d love to be able to take 2 “guests” on day trips. It really does seem odd that a van is so much larger than a car, but can’t carry 4 people.

  3. Mark Lawn says:

    Quite simply each berth should have at LEAST one seat, but not necessarily equal numbers of each by law. There are many smaller campers used as everyday transport for many passengers but only camping for two.

  4. Bob Levermore says:

    I cannot see the problem, I have about 30 plus of grand children and great grand children, some of these enjoy coming away with us.
    It only cost a few pounds to put 4 forward facing seat belts on the rear seat, all suitably braced.


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