Cheap anti-theft measure??

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by savantuk, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. savantuk

    savantuk Read Only Funster

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    You may have seen this before, but it's worth posting in case you haven't.

    A friend recently gave me this tip - he is a caravanner, but it would work easily as well with a motorhome.

    Remove all the soft furnishings.

    With the cost of replacing a set of seat and bed cushions around £1000, a thief would think twice about taking a van without them. Replacing them may also lead to some suspicion.

    It will also keep them nice and dry in the winter.
     
  2. bill2b

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    seats would be a bit hard though
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    take the windows out lol:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    And when the MH gets nicked, you can stick the furnishings on eBay........because there is at least one person out there who would buy them :Rofl1:
     
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    Would a thief not nick some cussions out of another motorhome of the same make?:Doh:
     
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