advice on seat belts

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  1. littlehouse

    littlehouse Funster

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    we have just bought a autosleeper talisman with inward facing seats. how can we fit seat belts to allow our grandchildren to travel with us. we could with a push turn the seats into forward facing for travelling were desperate for some practical advice thanks in anticipation.
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    Basically you cannot retrofit seat belts as there are no aproved anchorage points and no workshop will undertake that due to legal implications should there be an accident.

    Sorry

    Peter
     
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    sideways facing seatbelts are no safer than no seatbelts.:Eeek:
    dont bother attempting to retro fit.:Sad:
     
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    seat belts

    thanks for your replies.refering to my earlier question, what is the safest way to travel in the back of our 1986 autosleeper. has anyone ever been prosecuted for having unbelted passengers in back.:Smile:
     
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    There is no safe way but if no seat belts you break no law having passengers in the seats. You evaluate the risk.
     
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