motorhome ladder guard

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  1. Goshawk

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    hello folks anyone think that a fiamma external ladder guard is useful? :) and are they substantial enough to deter any invader? thanks(y)
     
  2. Wildman

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    I do wonder if they are actually a deterrent as its usually kids who go on the roof to drop down through an open Heike roof light or similar and its simple enough for adults to lift a child onto the roof without a ladder.
     
  3. cbrookson

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    Or people using your top box to hide in when crossing borders .... never sure if the ladder guards really work if you are determined ....

    Cheers
     
  4. Goshawk

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    mmmm thanks , i also have a thought that if someone wants to get any where , there is always a way so thanks for info
     
  5. Tramperinatruck

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    Probably better off spending the money on diesel??
     
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  6. daisy mae

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    I have the Fiamma ladder guard, just hopes it acts a deterrent, not as easy to get on roof with one than it is without one.
     
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  7. Ralph-n-Bev

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    Wouldn't a quick tug of one of the big windows , on most motorhomes, give access.
    Without having to even climb up on the roof ?
    That's why we never bothered getting one.
     
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    I used to have one (when I had a ladder) as it makes it more difficult for kids to climb up it for fun, possibly then falling off and suing for compo.
     
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