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  1. Jarod

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    Just a very quick intro, Looking for my first used MH,myself and the Mrs will be using it for music festivals and it will be made
    available for our various siblings should they desire. Ideally around four births with equal travel seats. Any advice gratefully received as I really don't have a clue.
     
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    What a friendly bunch,thanks for that.
     
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    Whole can of worms there. When they say 4 berths this often means two go to bed and the other two re-arrage all the seating to make a sort of bed. This means you all go to bed at the same time, sort of thing.

    Sometimes the seat belts do no match the berths.

    You see 6 berths but there is not a hope in hell of transporting 6 adults or the tyres would explode.

    It is not easy.
     
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    Start off by visiting a big dealership or a show if there's one near enough. Sit in as many vans as you can to get an idea of the layout that suits you. There's a huge variety with fixed beds, drop down beds some with bunk beds and so on.

    At least looking at a lot in one place you might decide what you don't want.
     
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    Food for thought indeed, I only noticed the difference between births and travel seats on a visit to a show room last weekend. There will usually be only two adults,and never more than two adults and two small children in total. Thanks for your insight.
     
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    We have travelled 4 adults or 3 adults and 2 children in an escape 686. Recently have used both double beds in the Mizar for adults. Escape gave more lounging, separation than the mizar does, but you couldn't carry a motorbike. early escapes had lightweight chassis, not able to fit a tow bar, but had a good payload. other makes available with same layout. rear lounge, double dinette and overcab bed,
     
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