- Aug 20, 2007
- Funster No
- None, now sold
- 2006 to 2022
I doubt whether most recent motorhomes would fare much better.I'm glad there were no serious injuries but it shows how badly some MHs (most?) behave in a crash in the sense of bits inside coming loose. The industry is becoming aware of this slowly but in an older vehicle you have every chance of being hit in the back of the head by a 'fridge or sink unit in the event of a head-on impact.
I agree, but they should, although crash testing would be prohibitively expensive and the wattle and daub construction of some vehicles suggests they might never comply with any sort of standard which could be introduced.I doubt whether most recent motorhomes would fare much better.
With your kids/ grandkids in the back.Just keep that picture in your mind next time your doing 70mph down the motorway.
That stretch of road is straight, with good visibility and an incline but not a severe one so it's strange that any vehicle should have problems.One has to wonder what made it overturn in the first place but it is good to hear the driver wasn't injured.