rear seats in demountable?

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  1. waynesworld

    waynesworld Read Only Funster

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    Hi all, now if a demonutable camper had a access from cabin to rear camper, and the seats had seat belts fitted, would it be leagle to travel with passengers in the camper?
     
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    i would say yes.....no different to a regular motor home or PVC
     
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    does it matter if it as no connection to the front .buses dont .
    never known anyone ever stopped . even the prison vans dont have connection . they are classed as mini buses. they are only demountables .
     
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    Just a bit of peace of mind for me to make sure, i didnt think they did, but you know:Wink:, and keeps SWMBO happy for others to agree with me, she never has much faith in me for some reason, but i am always correct:BigGrin:
     
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    I guess you would also have to check carefully what the seatbelt regulations are - would they have to relate to the age of the vehicle the demountable was primarily mounted on?

    Steve.
     
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